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4.1 out of 5 stars
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Naked Gun 2.5 - The Smell Of Fear  [1991] [DVD]
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on 20 November 2013
Such a great film, let down by the missing special features of the Dvd.

I bought this because I love the film and wanted it in High Def. but I am keeping the Dvds also because they contain the audio commentary, not found on the blu-ray.

The picture was very grainy and only marginally better than the dvd. Basically, stick with the dvd as its better value for money.

The high rating is for the film, rather than this Blu-Ray
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on 2 October 2013
Confirming this is actually region free; it plays fine on my North American Blu-ray player in the USA. The image quality is not that great, however, so I was a little disappointed. It's definitely better than the DVD on my 55" widescreen, but still looks noticeably grainy. This is still the best quality release format to date and the price is right. It was super cheap and easy to buy it here on amazon.co.uk and pay shipping to the USA, for cheaper than many domestic Blu-Rays! I also bought Hot Shots!, Hot Shots! Part Duex, and the Naked Gun 33 1/3, none of which are available in the US yet. Hopefully if more people start buying the UK versions, they will release in the US in better quality/remastered versions... These are classic and hysterical movies. Look at the other crap they put out in Blu-Ray that is now in the discount bins at BestBuy when they could sell these for $10/ea to millions of people. Come on, Paramount!!! Release the USA versions already!!
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VINE VOICEon 4 April 2008
I love this film so much it hurts - but it has to be a guilty-pleasure because so many of the jokes are low-brow, groan-inducing and sometimes incredibly childish. The dead-pan comic genius of Leslie Nielsen makes up for it in spades. My favourite scene, and probably the most expertly constructed in terms of sight-gags in background as well as foreground as well as script and comic timing, is played out in Lt. Drebben's chosen watering hole, The Blue Note nightclub. Ridiculous and often off-the-pier, this is a laugh-riot of a film. And remember your code phrase, 'I love it'.
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on 17 November 2013
Our hapless policeman with the deadpan delivery is back with the gang as he attempts to save the day aided or abetted by his faithful colleagues following the kidnapping of a Presidential Adviser and his replacement with a double to increase the wealth of the members of a cartel.
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on 26 August 2016
Still mildly amusing all these years on, the first was the best.
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on 16 September 2015
Slightly disappointing when compared to the first film but still an absolute classic. Slapstick humour at its best - brilliant at cheering you up when the need is required. A must have for comedy lovers
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on 9 November 2015
happy
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on 4 November 2014
Great movie, if you like silly and I suppose I do. Looks just fine and the sound is absolutely outstanding.
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on 17 October 2016
OK
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on 11 January 2016
very pleased
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