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Frantic / Presumed Innocent [Blu-ray]


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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: May 31, 2011
  • Run Time: 247 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0051SFSBM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,812 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Presumed Innocent / Frantic (Double Feature) (BD)

Customer Reviews

Very very boring, beautiful but boring.
Ferris Bueller
GREAT job on this film's transfer via excellent Blu Ray remastering.
Allen Jackson
A fine thriller that even Hitch would approve!
Glenn M. Schoditsch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By James Luckard on June 24, 2011
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Unfortunately Amazon has just combined the reviews for the old and new Blu-Rays of FRANTIC, confusing things even more.

The one for sale here as "Frantic & Presumed Innocent", with a released date of May 31, 2011, released a year after the original, is a corrected version. The first disc accidentally replaced the English audio track with the French audio track. For more details on the differences, see my review on the page for the original disc.

After I was unsuccessful in getting Warner Home Video to fix the mistake, I contacted Roman Polanski's office in Paris. They got involved, and within two months a new Blu-Ray was issued.

Note that if you see this new version in stores, it will have the same packaging. The difference is a sticker placed over the barcode.

THIS IS WHAT TO LOOK FOR to distinguish it from the old defective one:

The old number under the barcode is:

8 83929 10637 0

The NEW number under the NEW barcode is:

8 83929 20395 6
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Allen Jackson on September 7, 2013
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This review is for the blu-ray transfer--the picture quality, sound quality, etc.--not for how good the story or acting is, or not. "Presumed Innocent" has a beautiful picture, with very accurate colors (as with the flesh tones, for example), vivid colors, and it's very sharp. And this is a 1990 film. The audio is excellent as well. I'm very pleased with this purchase, which is an upgrade to the DVD I already owned.

(By the way, in contrast, the "Presumed Innocent" DVD really stinks on my HD TV, it's of the worst DVDs I've seen on my 55" HD TV (it's VERY soft-focus there); most other DVDs look better on an HD TV than does this DVD. But, THIS BLU-RAY looks fantastic-- a MAJOR upgrade to the DVD.)

There are no extras with this blu-ray, but, yes, it does have a menu!

By the way, another reviewer wrote that he had bought this blu-ray double-feature, and that the "Frantic" film had French audio on this American version, which was corrected to English on a later edition. He also furnished the bar code numbers of the old and new products. Neither matched mine, and mine has the correct American (English) audio. The bar code on mine is 8 83929 10637 0. The ISBN # on mine is 1-4198-9295-9.

GREAT job on this film's transfer via excellent Blu Ray remastering. One of the best blu-rays, technically, for a 1990 film.

"Frantic," while appearing slightly less sharp than "Presumed Innocent," is really an excellent blu-ray transfer, too. Its colors are accurate and vivid, too. It's just that the picture looks a hair soft; still excellent, but with a soft layer of grain and thus not as crystal-clear as "Presumed Innocent." Possibly this is in the film's master . . . Still quite enjoyable to view, and the best picture we've seen for this film. Also recommended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Glenn M. Schoditsch on June 28, 2013
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While Roman Polanski was avoiding authorities in America in 1988, he managed to put together a superb suspense thriller. It stars Harrison Ford in a rather unique role; that of a doctor, an every man type such as Jimmy Stewart in "The Man Who Knew Too Much" without the Indiana Jones hype. Although filmed 25 years ago, it seems more contemporary that ever. A fine thriller that even Hitch would approve!

What is NOT contemporary is the fact that we consumers here in Region 1 - North America get nothing but JUNK & GARBAGE from the releasing studios. Lousy, grainy transfers in the edited Pan & Scan format; not fit for viewing.

Alas, Blu-ray brings us "Frantic" in its OAR along with "Presumed Innocent", an equally suspense thriller. A fine duo to sit along side your Hitchcock collection!
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These are 2 excellent movies. Great story lines, impressive acting, drama and excitement to thrill you and second guess what you thought you knew. Gave as a gift to my brother who loves the blu-ray picture. Can't go wrong with Harrison Ford.
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This double-feature is a nice showcase of two Harrison Ford mystery thrillers made within a couple years of each other. The first, "Presumed Innocent," is a story about a prosecutor accused of murdering a former lover. It's decently well paced and while one may suspect the ending, it should still hold substantial doubts and remain ambiguous until the very end. The second, a surprisingly lesser-known Roman Polanski film, is quite reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers. With Neo-noir characteristics in a Hitchcock structure, it plays great homage to his thrillers with its own storyline (not a remake). It's not a "Chinatown" with as big a name as Nicholson, but Harrison was already an A-list well recognized from his Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Blade Runner roles. After viewing it I'm surprised it's not a better known film, it's that good. Don't expect "extras," just the two films.

The Blu-ray transfers must be discussed individually. Some cleanup was done, but not extensive restoration work. The prints from both were clean and in good condition (or at least any obvious flaws were fixed). The Presumed Innocent is quite excellent with good, sharp detail and nice audio, given the era of the filming and cinema audio recording technology (including what theaters generally had installed). Frantic won't seem as good a transfer, in picture or audio.It's not the transfer, but the source, which is softer with coarser grain compared to the film stock used for Presumed Innocent. Thus, Frantic doesn't have the "sharpness" or contrast level, but does reflect what you were likely to see if screened in a cinema theater. Audio quality is very much driven by the original audio track.
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