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Blu-ray Review World Without End Blu-ray Review

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Richard Gallagher, Mar 27, 2017.

  1. Richard Gallagher

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    World Without End Blu-ray Review

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    World Without End, said to be the first 1950s sci-fi film to be presented in CinemaScope, is an above-average example of the genre and has been beautifully brought to Blu-ray by the Warner Archive.

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    Nice review Richard.

    I'm looking forward to watching this on my projector later this week.
     
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    Mine should be here tomorrow...can't wait!
     
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    I just finished watching the movie and I have the following impressions: 1) That was some awful spider and that's not a compliment; 2) The film looks great. All films from the 50's should look so good; 3) The method of time travel actually has a firm scientific basis. However, had they really gone that fast I think they would have shot out of our solar system in no time (pun intended) at all; 4) I appreciate that they didn't use some hokey plot device to return to their own time; 5) It's an enjoyable, above average B movies from the 50's.

    While the time travelers didn't get to return to their time, and even one of the crew experiences a personal tragedy via time travel, the ending is optimistic.
     
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    Watched the blu-ray today and my thoughts concur with Johnny. Definitely need Queen of Outer Space next.
     
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    Thanks for the review, Rich! You sold me, just purchased it on Amazon for $10.23.
     

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