Jennifer's Body [Blu-ray]
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"Jennifer's Body" which cost around $22 million to make, earned around $33 million worldwide and has received mix ratings from a variety of critics but earning praise from Roger Ebert and Peter Travers of "Rolling Stone Magazine".
Now "Jennifer's Body: Unrated" is released on Blu-ray with a special unrated version which includes both the original theatrical version of the film and also an unrated version. The Blu-ray release also includes a digital copy of the film.
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"Jennifer's Body" is presented in 1080p High Definition (Widescreen 1:85:1) with AVC @ 26MBPS. Picture quality is pretty solid as you can see the detail in various surfaces around town. A lot of scenes featuring blood, dirt and grime on the characters which is quite detailed onscreen. There is a fine layer of grain, skin tones are natural and blacks are nice and deep.
The lossless audio is presented in English 5.1 DTS-HD MA and Spanish, French and Portuguese in Dolby Digital 5.1. The audio is dialogue and music driven, so most of the audio is coming from the front and center channels. There are some scenes that utilize the surround channels, from the slight sounds of a police siren, crowd ambiance and some of the action sequences. Some of the bass you hear from the film comes from the music but for the most part, the film is front and center channel driven.Read more ›
I think the horror in this film is a lot stronger than the comedy. The demon!Jennifer scenes have good visuals, and Megan Fox acts the creepy thing well. The acting is convincing in general, with Amanda Seyfried probably standing out.
As a girl, I found every guy in the movie to be fairly adorable, so that's a nice thing. Well, the evil band members aren't really that cute, but the lead singer's ironic/deadpan delivery provides most of the actually funny moments of the film.
I enjoyed Jennifer's Body as much as the average horror/comedy thing, and far more than most straight up formula horror films. The story is better if you think of Jennifer's succubi tendencies as a punishment by proxy for the males who murdered her, but whether that's the intent or not the plot is solid and easy to follow. I like Roger Ebert's quote: as a movie about a flesh-eating cheerleader, it's better than it has to be. Megan Fox as a semi-lesbian cheerleader who eats people has SOME appeal no matter what, but Jennifer's Body delivers enough substance that you don't feel vaguely guilty about watching it for that premise.
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Sharp, hilarious script. Not very scary, but that's the point. Just watch it!Published 6 days ago by Aaron McAdams
A great movie not for the whole family cause it's s little gruesomePublished 28 days ago by Samantha Dloniak
This was better than I expected and the ending was super awesome.Published 1 month ago by HeyJennifer
I love the vibe and message the movie sends out. The music is great, both the songs and score.Published 1 month ago by QD
It skipped quite a bit, and getting pixelated. It's still watchable, but it's annoying that it kept pausing/skipping at climactic points. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daniella
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