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The Artist Blu-ray £2.99 @ zavvi.com

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Hollywood 1927. George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) is a silent movie superstar. The advent of the talkies will sound the death knell for his career and see him fall into oblivion. For young extra Peppy M… Read More
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Hollywood 1927. George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) is a silent movie superstar. The advent of the talkies will sound the death knell for his career and see him fall into oblivion. For young extra Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo), it seems the sky’s the limit major movie stardom awaits. The Artist tells the story of their interlinked destinies.

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#1
Brilliant movie.
1 Like #2
5.1 sound ?
#3
Amazing film and absolute bargain at this price
#4
ladmag
5.1 sound ?


Yes. On the Blu-ray, the music is stunning.
#5
Great. Thanks.
#6
ladmag
5.1 sound ?
Yes, and a great selection of own goals too
#7
Cracking deal, heat pal.
#8
Bought! Cheers OP, cracking movie - looking forward to this on Blu-ray 8)
#9
I always wondered who on earth would watch such a movie ;)
6 Likes #10
ristac
I always wondered who on earth would watch such a movie ;)

Me for one and up till 1927-30 several million people around the world watched silent films ;-) Not everything is CG dinosaurs/ Orks/ superheroes.
#11
For £2.99, surely worth anyone trying it out - you may broaden your horizons! Heat added.
#12
vanquished100
ristac
I always wondered who on earth would watch such a movie ;)

[color=#000000]Me[/color] for one and up till 1927-30 several million people around the world watched silent films ;-) Not everything is CG dinosaurs/ Orks/ superheroes.
You could always look on ebay for a black and white TV and turn the sound off ;)
#13
Excellent film.
#14
great post..top end movie
#15
vanquished100
ristac
I always wondered who on earth would watch such a movie ;)

Me for one and up till 1927-30 several million people around the world watched silent films ;-) Not everything is CG dinosaurs/ Orks/ superheroes.

They didn't really have a lot of choice though did they :P
#16
For anyone who is debating whether to fork out the £2.99!

http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/6553/the_artist.html

Good stocking filler for someone I would think at less that £3!
2 Likes #17
its no mrs browns boys - which is a good thing.
#18
Gonna crank the volume up to 11 to hell with the neighbours
#19
Steal for a great film. Ordered. Thanks OP
#20
fishmaster
vanquished100
ristac
I always wondered who on earth would watch such a movie ;)

Me for one and up till 1927-30 several million people around the world watched silent films ;-) Not everything is CG dinosaurs/ Orks/ superheroes.

They didn't really have a lot of choice though did they :P

..............Yes they could stay in and LISTEN to the radio ;-)
#21
ristac
vanquished100
ristac
I always wondered who on earth would watch such a movie ;)

[color=#000000]Me[/color] for one and up till 1927-30 several million people around the world watched silent films ;-) Not everything is CG dinosaurs/ Orks/ superheroes.
You could always look on ebay for a black and white TV and turn the sound off ;)

Have you ever actually watched a restored B&W movie? Try a Criterion released blu-ray. I love film - old, new, whatever. I just don't think we should disregard an earlier art form just because they've been superseded by newer tech. You might as well burn the Mona Lisa as that's a bit 'old fashioned' too.....
#22
vanquished100
ristac
vanquished100
ristac
I always wondered who on earth would watch such a movie ;)
[color=#000000]Me[/color] for one and up till 1927-30 several million people around the world watched silent films ;-) Not everything is CG dinosaurs/ Orks/ superheroes.
You could always look on ebay for a black and white TV and turn the sound off ;)
Have you ever actually watched a restored B&W movie? Try a Criterion released blu-ray. I love film - old, new, whatever. I just don't think we should disregard an earlier art form just because they've been superseded by newer tech. You might as well burn the Mona Lisa as that's a bit 'old fashioned' too.....
Only having a smile with you, in answer to your question I can't say I have. The only two things I still watch from time to time in B&W are Steptoe and Son and Carry On

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