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The performance by Natalie Portman was AMAZING, and Mila Kunis was good as well.
The film has a visual style that almost completely mirrors the grainy, muted look of The Wrestler, but Black Swan is a much more beautiful film.
Personally, this movie was way TOO hyped up and just doesn't come close to expectations.
dark and a bit disturbed. This was a movie that we really wanted to see and the ballet scenes are as good as we were shown from the awards shows, but it was just not quite what we... Read morePublished 1 day ago by happy shopper
Ballet is not really like this. But, mothers can make anything painful.Published 4 days ago by Annie in Houston
I loved the movie. The acting was great. The music of course was great and the costumes were beautiful.Published 17 days ago by Katherine Cocozza
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Does anyone know if the Amazon Blu-Ray comes with a digital copy? It says so in the product description, but usually Digital Copy is mentioned in the title.
Mar 23, 2011 by JMM | See all 8 posts
|natalie portman DIDN'T do most of the dancing in "black swan"?||
"I'm a journalist who interviewed Portman's trainer Mary Helen Bowers (for over a year) at length and reported on the finished film, and Portman did indeed (1) dance MOST of her own work in the film, including en pointe work -- and (2) what few scenes she didn't dance she graciously credited... Read More
Jun 4, 2011 by Diora | See all 13 posts
|Problems with Black Swan Blu-Ray||
I just called FoxConnect and they told me to go into my system settings and delete the Cache.... and then it worked!
Apr 9, 2011 by A. Proto | See all 5 posts
|why did amazon take black swan off it's shelves?||
I haven't seen the film myself but dvdbeaver.com said this about the transfer:
"Unlike just about every other major studio's offerings these days, Black Swan was shot, not on 35 mm film, but mostly with a 16 mm camera with the support of the Canon 5D Mk II full frame digital camera (I have... Read More
Apr 2, 2011 by Sindre | See all 18 posts
March 29th 2011 has been confirmed as the release date on multiple sites for the DVD and Blu-Ray release.
Feb 8, 2011 by ML | See all 9 posts
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