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What may be the crowning glory of Branagh's adaptation comes when the dazed, shaky leader wanders through battlefields, not even sure who has won. As King Hal carries a dead boy (Empire of the Sun's Christian Bale) over the hacked-up bodies of both the English and French, you realize it is the first time Branagh has opened up the scenes: a panorama of blood and mud and death. It is as strong a statement against warmongering as could ever be made. --Rochelle O'Gorman
Just a great, great adaption, not only in terms of scenery and the imaginative use of Derek Jacobi, but how can you not love the language?Published 6 days ago by Michael Boruch
I thought it was great when I first saw it at it's release. I have watched this movie over many times and never seem to tire of it. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Wayne Sieloff
Excellent film, maybe one of the best Shakespeare films ever, certainly mine. Highly recommended.Published 18 days ago by Richard A. McDougall
My Shakespeare class enjoyed this introduction to Henry V and it added to the reading of the play.Published 19 days ago by S. Cox
Powerhouse performance. Brutal, historically accurate fighting with HEAVY swords. Quite violent.Published 24 days ago by deadboy
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I was wondering that, too. It's annoying, to say the least, to see that there are so few DVDs of this movie available.
Jun 11, 2014 by Alex Diaz-Granados | See all 3 posts
Probably not for a while. The DVD is out of print, too.
Jun 11, 2014 by Alex Diaz-Granados | See all 2 posts
Yes, sorta. They're the kind encoded in the video stream for the TV to decode. Problem: I can't figure out how to get Power DVD to show these subtitles. Windows Media Player will, but the video and sound are out of sync by ~2s (I'm only slightly deaf).
Sep 11, 2008 by Stephen Prather | See all 3 posts