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Casablanca 4K 1942

Casablanca 4K 1942

IMDB 8.5
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SIZE 51.83 GB



Film description

Rick Blaine, an American who has left his homeland and who owns a gambling club in Casablanca, meets his beloved Ilsa, who left him several years ago and came to the city with her husband, the anti-fascist resistance fighter Victor Laszlo. The Germans are on their trail, and Ilsa tries to beg Rick to surrender important documents belonging to him that would allow Victor to escape from Casablanca and continue the struggle.

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Before watching this film, of course, I expected that the melodrama, so praised by critics and audiences for several decades since its release (I can’t call it a drama, sorry) would not be a revelation to me. But still I hoped that it is just a good, coherent, atmospheric film. But alas and ah, all my hopes were just shattered. What they were shattered about, further down the line.

The script. It’s just a song. By the way, the songs, sung by a black performer, are almost the only decoration of the whole movie. Now, the script. It is an incomprehensible mystery to me how in the minds of some individuals there comes up, even for a second, the idea that ‘Gone with the Wind’ with its rich (yes, rich) literary basis and the inimitable acting of Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable and ‘Waterloo Bridge’ (with the same Vivien Leigh) can be put on a par with this ‘masterpiece’. The script is not just ridiculous, it’s awful – from the beginning to the fairy-tale ending. Pathological ‘washed-out’ dialogues, unreasonable actions of the main characters, etc., etc. I’m not the least bit surprised that the movie industry bosses refused to make an 80’s movie based on this kind of ‘awesomeness’. Heck, I’m ready to shake their hand! That’s right, a decent movie made out of this kind of scribble and graphomania is simply impossible to imagine. The spectacle is so boring that you want to turn away from the screen literally from the first minutes of viewing.

Acting. Once again, I’m not surprised that Humphrey Bogart never won an Oscar for his acting. This is not the first film with him that I have had the honor of watching. And it’s not the first time I’ve seen a log on the screen. A cigarette wedged between his teeth hasn’t made anyone a terrific actor yet. Too bad. How much it would have helped so many at once. Bergman is only as good as the first performance of As Time Goes By in the club. Really good.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (67.4 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 1.37:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.37:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
English: Dolby Digital Mono
French: Dolby Digital Mono
German: Dolby Digital Mono
Italian: Dolby Digital Mono
Spanish: Dolby Digital Mono
Spanish: Dolby Digital Mono
Mandarin: Dolby Digital 2.0
Czech: Dolby Digital Mono
Hungarian: Dolby Digital Mono
Polish: Dolby Digital Mono

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Dutch, Mandarin (Traditional), Mandarin (Simplified), Korean, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian.



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