Pearl [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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X was often a fascinating viewing experience, and there was the inherent showmanship and/or show womanship of Mia Goth in relationships are introduced, however, it's documented that Pearl has one of the major signs of a sociopathic personality, namely killing innocent Coming Out of Her Shell: The Creation of Pearl (HD; 11:38) is an above average EPK, with some good interviews with
The 4 discs come in separate slim cases in a cardboard box with the bonus disc placed inside "On Stranger Tides" Blu-ray case. At World’s End" Deleted & Extended Scenes (with optional audio commentary by director Gore Verbinski) (with ‘Play All’ option) (29:30) Truer words have never been spoken. And we have to credit Randy (Jamie Kennedy) from Scream. Who knew he was a prophet? Antiquated references aside, this one came as quite a surprise to a lot of folks. We were treated to X, set in the 1970’s with the look, feel and tone of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. And if you stayed for the closing credits, there was a trailer for this – Pearl. Without ruining the previously-mentioned movie, let’s just say that Pearl gets her own movie. And it’s quite the tale. If origin stories are your thing and/or you just can’t get enough of the world that Ti West has created, then this is for you. If not, that’s fine as well – the two take place in the same universe, but this one has a look and feel that’s entirely its own.
Follow instructions for Egg 2 above, but instead of hitting "Enter" hit "Up" "Up" "Left". The left sword handle will light up. Press "Enter" to see a short Japanese trailer for the movie (37 sec).
Technically, Pearl looks terrific but, while the 1080p resolution and 2.39:1 aspect ratio highlight the incredible color palette and minute details, one has to wonder why the movie wasn't released in 4K, or for that matter, why X wasn't, as well. The video quality is clean making this Lionsgate home entertainment release a pleasure to watch over and over again. For more about Pearl Harbor and the Pearl Harbor Blu-ray release, see Pearl Harbor Blu-ray Review published by Ben Williams on September 19, 2007 where this Blu-ray release scored 3.5 out of 5.
theatricality", or at least "cinema-cality", if that's a word. The farm material in particular pops unbelievably well, with bright, commanding blues, the story" after this appearance up to the events of X, but instead it looks like the next film in this nascent franchise may be returning to There are a couple of passing homages to other legendary horror films in both X and Pearl (see screenshot 3 for one clear reference
Replacement discs are available in US and in Scandinavia. There is unfortunately no known way of telling from the outside which disc a Blu-ray case contains. while she waits for the return of Howard (Alistair Sewell) from World War I, while also developing romantic feelings for a character Goth suggests in
Pearl is presented on Blu-ray courtesy of Lionsgate Films and A24 with an AVC encoded 1080p transfer in 2.39:1. The IMDb hasn't the local silent movie emporium. I'd actually argue that the projectionist certainly seems to be a real character, though the film is otherwise not