New Blu-ray Review: Including “Fast & Furious 9 – The Fast & Furious Saga” and “Der Fliegende Ferdinand – The Complete Series”
As always Wednesday of a week, we look forward to bringing you a summary of our latest Blu-ray reviews back from last week. This time it starts with a review Jörn Bomblitz at the address”Fast & Furious 9 – Die Fast & Furious Saga. Fast and Furious 9 – The Fast and Furious Epic DeathmatchAs a result of his detailed review he wrote here: “…With the ninth part of the film series, one continues to follow the previously known formula, in which the amazing work is at the fore. Here there is crack and noise around every corner, even if of course this is completely exaggerated and projected beyond physical limits. But that’s exactly what fans want to see, which is why this branch is doing everything right again. You shouldn’t necessarily expect surprises, but you’ll be very well entertained and entertained in about two and a half hours. Technically, the film can also be seen or heard very well, presenting – apart from some past events in the past, which are endowed with some strong stylistic hardware – but a clear, sharp and detailed picture, which is of a high standard and accompanies a rich, impactful tone. One can only blame this on the fact that unfortunately it doesn’t include much ceiling speakers, but it doesn’t render the effects just because of the 3D sound. The bonus material offers so many insights into filming, especially in the nine-part composition, that even after the final credits – which also incidentally contains a mid-credit scene – it doesn’t have to end. In short: chips, chocolate, and cold drinks, buckle up on the couch and take another road trip — that’s what a blockbuster cinema should look like.”
Andre Westphal Meanwhile, he took over the Blu-ray implementation of the children’s series in the early 1980s”The bird FerdinandIn conclusion, he said in his review: “…Flying Ferdinand delivers a very good 1080p picture, which, considering the series’s nearly 40-year lifespan, makes the figure above average. The sound is fairly functional and it’s particularly unfortunate that the original sound is missing. In terms of additional material, the lovingly designed brochure is above all providing some additional entertainment. Der Fliegende Ferdinand is a children’s series that has a lot of sympathy for the younger generations and does not condemn imagination, but does demand it. The moral message is shaped to some extent by the politics of the home country, thus clearly placing the common good above the individual. However, in the current culture of self-presentation, such a commitment would certainly look good to many people at any cost. So the series is still full of fun and can be warmly recommended to families with children and nostalgia.”As always, we hope you enjoy reading our current and detailed reviews on bluray-disc.de and hope we can give you a little bit of support in our tests when making a purchase or loan decision. (s)
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