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To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the theatrical release and the 40th anniversary of the original Apollo 13 space mission, Apollo 13 launches onto blu-ray.
Apollo 13 stars Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, Bill Paxton, Gary Sinise and Ed Harris in the inspiring and riveting story of the real-life space flight that gripped a nation and changed the world. Nominated for nine Academy Awards®, including Best Picture, Apollo 13 is produced by Academy Award® winner Brian Grazer* and directed by Academy Award® winner Ron Howard.**
*Best Picture, A Beautiful Mind (2001). **Best Picture and Best Director, A Beautiful Mind (2001).
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The Apollo 13 movie is a great telling of a true story which most people will be familar with so I won't bother saying any more about the film itself. The BluRay treatment has done wonders for the movie however. The picture quality is great, or at least is so clear that you can see every detail captured in the original recording. The sound makes this version of the film stand out even more though. During the rocket lauch sequence I'm sure I saw picture frames wobbling around the living room; full, rich, immersive and sure to make you have to apologise to the neighbours for knocking pictures off the wall.
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