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Tom Hanks Double Feature (The Green Mile / Forrest Gump) [Blu-ray]
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Green Mile is more or less a great film with a fairly solid bluray transfer. It does have a bitrate that is pretty low around 18Mbps, but the film is dark and very long, which should help it along some. I wouldn't call it the greatest transfer but for under 10 bucks I am not going to complain much. Most people know enough about these films from other reviews. I'd say both are classics in the genre they are attributed to. Seeing them in hi-def is well worth your time. Just make sure you get a good deal on the set. Mine was 7.99.
Just a heads up: Forrest Gump's disc is labelled "Disc One" which means there are some special features you are probably missing out on by not buying it individually and getting the other disc(s). For those with non-DTS capable surround systems, The Green Mile has Dolby 5.1, Forrest Gump is DTS Surround, or Dolby Stereo (English)
Story is superb and acting is fantastic. Must see, must buy, must add to your collection.
Having gotten the Best Picture nod, Forrest Gump, is of course the more popular than The Green Mile but in no way, in my opinion is it inferior. If you're building a DVD library then this dobule feature is sommething you'll want to own. Your heirs will be oh so grateful to you!
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The movies did not play , I wish I could give no stars !Published 16 hours ago by Patrick T. O'Brien
Do you want to hear that famous line "life is a b[ox of chocolate" and "You can't hide what's in your heart" then you need to watch these piece of masterpiece of... Read morePublished 16 days ago by bess02
My name is Forrest...Forrest Gum-puh. I think most people have seen Forrest Gump and most have really liked it. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Steve Nguyen
Two Hanks classics in a bargain disc. I kinda of prefer Woody Allen's "Zelig" to "Foreest Gump,'' but it's still a pretty good movie, despite some maudlin moments. Read morePublished 24 days ago by James M. Shertzer