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Labyrinth 4K Ultra HD
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An imaginative 16-year old girl is given 13 hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her baby brother when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King. The generation-defining Jim Henson fantasy classic celebrates its 30th anniversary with fully restored picture & sound and all-new special features. Starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly.
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Review was done on a 2016 LG OLED 4K TV using an Oppo UDP-203 Ultra HD player
I won't go much into the movie details but will say that the movie itself was very enjoyable. With limited Ultra HD titles available, I've found myself buying some great looking movies.. even if the movie isn't that good. This movie was a great mix of quality content and video/audio.
The movie comes in a 2-disc set: Disc 1 is the 4K version of the movie (requires an Ultra HD Blu-Ray player), disc 2 is the 1080p Blu-Ray version of the movie with the extras.
The movie is in 2.35:1 ratio (black bars on the top/bottom) and has Dolby Atmos audio for those with an Atmos receiver.
The movie itself looked great. I was kind of surprised considering this is now over 30 years old. Some older titles look very bad if not restored correctly.
Grain/noise was pretty high throughout but never became too distracting. HDR really made the movie pop with great colors but also great black-levels. Definitely a great disc to show off the 4K quality while also being a very enjoyable movie.
Highly recommended for anyone with a 4KTV and 4K UHD Blu Ray Player! The fact that this is a somewhat budget title only makes it an even better buy.