Lethal Weapon [Blu-ray][Region Free]
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Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover) is a family man cop who is about to turn fifty. Cautious by nature, he is less than happy to be paired with Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) when he is assigned to investigate Californian drug baron 'The General' (Mitchell Ryan). Following the death of his wife, Riggs has become a manic loner who no longer cares whether he lives or dies; an approach which causes more than a few problems as he and Murtaugh attempt to bring the General to justice.
Mel Gibson set aside his art-house credentials to star as a crazy cop paired with a stable one (Danny Glover) in this full-blown 1987 Richard Donner action picture. The most violent film in the series (which includes three sequels), Lethal Weapon is also the edgiest and most interesting. After Gibson's character jumps off a building handcuffed to a man, and Gary Busey (as a cold, efficient enforcer) lets his hand get burned without flinching, there is a sense that anything can happen, and it usually does. Donner's strangely messy visual and audio style doesn't make a lot of aesthetic sense, but it stuck with all four movies. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to the DVD edition.See all Product Description
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The blu-ray transfer is very good, for a film from the 80,s,sharp and clear,BUT,my criticism of this blu-ray version has nothing to do with the transfer,it has to do with the version itself.
WHY is the Director,s Cut available on standard dvd,but not on blu-ray????
I think we all recognise the blu-ray format as the BEST for Home Cinema,so why release the theatrical version on blu-ray when the Director,s Cut is available??????
I realise I,m probably nitpicking here,but I,m thinking,Lethal Weapon Director,s Cut coming soon to blu-ray,more of our "bucks" to be had????
If not having the extended version doesn,t bother you too much,then this blu-ray is a very good quality transfer,imo.
The two cops have to learn to work with eack other,like each other amd then respect each other all the while fighting evil and trying to uncover a murder plot,the film is witty and intense and violent and thats what we love.
The picture quality's first rate, 1.85:1 & fills all the screen
on a modern T.V. Loads of laughs, blistering action and
violence topped off with two fantastic actors. Everything
gels together perfectly...finally got to see the 'sniper in the
school' scene. The extra footage amounts to seven minutes,
begin the saxophone music. Extras: cast & crew. Run time:1hr 52min 12sec.
Top film... YES!!
I've just replaced my empty box! Which one of the kids has it buried under a pile in a bedroom? God only knows...
What I know is that its a TOP movie! Buy it and watch the extra scenes add to the dimension of the movie.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When I first got out of college and started watching some of the movies that I’d heard about but never seen, I added the Lethal Weapon franchise to that list. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers
At last I have the original 18 version and not the rubbish 15 box set you know the first two were 18 why change them.Published 1 month ago by mel grant