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Leon Blu Ray £7.99 delivered @ Amazon
Leon Blu Ray £7.99 delivered @ Amazon

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French director Luc Besson tackles his first American movie in this unusual tale of Leon (Jean Reno), a stoic assassin who develops a reluctant relationship with an orphaned 12-year-old girl (Natalie Portman, in an excellent debut performance). When a corrupt DEA official (Gary Oldman) murders the girl's parents in a botched drug deal, the diminutive New Yorker has no one to turn to but Leon, the hit man down the hall. A combination of thrilling action and heartfelt emotion, LEON is a remarkably unique and engaging film.
- diGriz

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awsome movie

Same price at play if you want some cash back.

One of my favourite films.;)

Blu ray is overlong. I am sticking to my dvd.

matedodgy

Blu ray is overlong. I am sticking to my dvd.



?? it has both versions of the film.. if you dont liek the long version .. dont watch it

TALON1973

?? it has both versions of the film.. if you dont liek the long version … ?? it has both versions of the film.. if you dont liek the long version .. dont watch it


Yeah like just fast forward it a little bit..like durrr!!!

Heat added.

Directors Cut is a COMPLETELY different film..........................................

Youll know what I mean if youve seen it :-)

quality film, hot

Best film ever. A must own even if you don't have a blueray player.

What's the transfer like?

PFC Hudson

Very, very good.Leon Blu-Ray review (Click here)



Another purchase imminent.

Thanks for the heads-up on the transfer, and to the OP.

belovedmonster

Best film ever. A must own even if you don't have a blueray player.


but then a bluray isn't the best choice in that case

No women, no kids

Personally, I wasnt that impressed with the blu ray version. I guess the picture is meant to have a slight grainy look , so I couldnt see much benefit over the DVD version.

Oh, and dont bother watching the directors cut, it ruins what is one of the best movies ever!

skdotcom

Personally, I wasnt that impressed with the blu ray version. I guess the … Personally, I wasnt that impressed with the blu ray version. I guess the picture is meant to have a slight grainy look , so I couldnt see much benefit over the DVD version.Oh, and dont bother watching the directors cut, it ruins what is one of the best movies ever!



You're just weird. You may also need a new/better TV and/or a trip to Specsavers

PFC Hudson

You're just weird. You may also need a new/better TV and/or a trip to … You're just weird. You may also need a new/better TV and/or a trip to Specsavers



Yes, I am weird but I have a top spec Panasonic 46" TV, so thats no excuse.
There is a grainyness to the picture which was clearly intended to be there when the movie was originally shot. Personally, the picture wasnt much of an upgrade from the DVD - however I'm not grumbling as I now have the benefit of the theatrical release, as I only had the R1 uncut DVD version after selling my original VHS cassette version.

I can has better sound? DTS-HD 5.1 > DD 5.1 (and on my steelbook version its 7.1 sound yaay)

yeah was slightly shocked by the grainy picture, but the direcor`s cut is the complete film. simples.
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