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on 11 September 2017
Excellent.
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on 25 August 2017
Very good
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on 27 April 2017
A great movie.
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on 6 June 2017
yes it is hwat it is
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on 14 May 2017
Great movie. Well written. Can't go wrong.
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on 30 April 2017
Excellent movie Thomas Clarke
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on 9 October 2015
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on 2 September 2017
thoroughly enjoyable and believable
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In the third of the Jack Ryan films, Harrison Ford reprises the role of Ryan, portraying the many facets of the character with consummate ease. He's moved onwards and upwards since the events of `Patriot Games', now a high ranking member of the CIA, giving briefings to the President.

The murder of a friend of the President leads to a link with a Columbian drugs cartel. A chain of events is set in motion to avenge the murder, and Ryan is caught in the middle, in the role of innocent patsy. He must uncover the truth and act to not only save his own career, but to save the lives of some patriots and to expose sickening corruption in the heart of Government.

With a strong central performance from Ford, and Willem Dafoe as the straight dealing Clarke, lots of big action set pieces and a well directed and tense search for the truth, this is an entertaining 2 hours and a highly recommended film.

This edition presents the film in its proper widescreen, with a really good 5.1 surround sound. There is also a DTS soundtrack, which sounds really good. There is a decent set of extras, all in all this is a package well worth getting.
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on 18 October 2012
The film itself is great - the type of film that rarely gets made any more, with a steady pace, a sprinkling of action, and some good characters.

The video transfer is a bit problematic. Generally it's acceptable and fairly good quality. However I was aware before purchasing that there'd be some DNR done on this film. It's true. At some points faces go slightly 'waxy', meaning stubble and other fine facial details disappear. It's not excessive but it's worth bearing in mind. The sound is very strong.

There are some extras, including a 'making of' with some discussion of novel elements to the film for the time - such as the inclusion of computer hacking, which apparently hadn't really be done in film up to this point.

All in all, an acceptable Blu-ray release so long as you go in knowing there's been a bit of fiddling with the image.
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