SLING BLADE (a J!-ENT Blu-ray Disc Review)

July 29, 2009 by  

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  • jaaaaay

    I don’t know who monitors these comments relative to the site itself, or if anyone does.  This is a wonderful review of this film, both the creative content and the quality of the BluRay.  I have read a like review on by “Dennis A. Amith”.  On the Amazon page of this individual there is a link to this site.  It appears from the date of the review that the BluRay disc being reviewed is the one released by Miramax in 2009.  They re-released the film on BlueRay in 2011 decidely after the Amazon Review.  I wondered if the reviewer knows if the quality of the film presentation was even more improved on the 2011 edition, or if I would be losing any new additional improvement in quality if I purchased the 2009 edition in order to once again have a disc with the wonderful special features from the 10th Anniversay Issue.  The only thing I have ever heard better about this film than those special features was the public presentation in Alabama when they there was a Reunion Round Table Discussion live on stage in a local theater by the stars of the film (excluding John Ritter of course, due to his having already passed away, and Dwight Yoakam, who was filming in Texas and couldn’t get away).  That was an amazing event and I felt privileged to attend (and sit on the front row not just for the Reunion, but for Billy Bob’s individual presentation at the University the previous day).  Anyway, sorry, got off track.  If anyone can tell me if there is more improved quality on the 2011 edition, I would appreciate it.  THANK YOU!