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A 16-year-old girl (Academy Award winner Jennifer Connelly, Best Supporting Actress, A Beautiful Mind, 2001) is given 13 hours to solve a dangerous and wonderful labyrinth and rescue her baby brother when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King (David Bowie). Celebrate the 30th anniversary of this beloved fantasy classic from visionary filmmaker Jim Henson, now fully remastered in 4K.

Special Features:

  • Reordering Time: Looking Back at Labyrinth
  • The Henson Legacy
  • Remembering The Goblin King
  • Labyrinth Anniversary Q&A
  • And more!
studio:
Sony Pictures
Run Time:
101 mins approx.
Director:
Jim Henson
Dubbing Languages:

Hungarian, Czech, Italian, German, Portuguese, Japanese, French, Spanish

Certificate:
PG
Actor:
David Bowie

Jennifer Connelly

Toby Froud

Shelley Thompson

Christopher Malcolm
Subtitle Languages:

Dutch, Norwegian, Hungarian, Czech, Slovene, Mandarin Chinese, Finnish, Arabic, Korean, Danish, German, Italian, Swedish, Icelandic, English, Portuguese, Japanese, Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish, French, Turkish, Hindi, Spanish, Greek, Hebrew, Slovak.

Theatrical Release Year:
2019
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B

Labyrinth - 4K Ultra HD (Includes Blu-ray)

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A 16-year-old girl (Academy Award winner Jennifer Connelly, Best Supporting Actress, A Beautiful Mind, 2001) is given 13 hours to solve a dangerous and wonderful labyrinth and rescue her baby brother when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King (David Bowie). Celebrate the 30th anniversary of this beloved fantasy classic from visionary filmmaker Jim Henson, now fully remastered in 4K.

Special Features:

  • Reordering Time: Looking Back at Labyrinth
  • The Henson Legacy
  • Remembering The Goblin King
  • Labyrinth Anniversary Q&A
  • And more!
studio:
Sony Pictures
Run Time:
101 mins approx.
Director:
Jim Henson
Dubbing Languages:

Hungarian, Czech, Italian, German, Portuguese, Japanese, French, Spanish

Certificate:
PG
Actor:
David Bowie

Jennifer Connelly

Toby Froud

Shelley Thompson

Christopher Malcolm
Subtitle Languages:

Dutch, Norwegian, Hungarian, Czech, Slovene, Mandarin Chinese, Finnish, Arabic, Korean, Danish, German, Italian, Swedish, Icelandic, English, Portuguese, Japanese, Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish, French, Turkish, Hindi, Spanish, Greek, Hebrew, Slovak.

Theatrical Release Year:
2019
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 4.5 / 5 (4 Reviews)
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A more modern take on The Wizard of Oz.

Jennifer Connelly plays a teenage girl named Sarah who lives in a fantasy world within her books. After being left to babysit her little brother Tobey on short notice she wishes the goblins within her books take little Tobey away and relieve her of his responsibility. She must now travel through a labyrinth to retriever her brother within 13-hours to save him from being turned into a goblin. Along the way the Goblin King, played by David Bowie, sings, dances and tempts Sarah with various distractions. Through her good nature, Sarah befriends several unlikely characters along the way and together they travel through the labyrinth to save her bother. Watching this movie again through adult eyes I was pleasantly surprised at how brilliant this film is and how it draws from many other fantasy films like Cinderella, The Wizard of Oz, and Snow White. Labyrinth is full of allegories and deeper meaning truths about life that we are all too quick to forget. The puppetry is beautifully done and it truly feel saddened that we may never see such a whimsical film ever again. I never thought I would say this about a movie full of puppets, but it really is one of the best movies I have ever seen. In the 4K transfer the biggest upgrade are the colors - skin tones look more realistic, and the color of puppets is more varied and vibrant. There is also an increase in detail and with it there is a fair amount more of film grain that is worth mentioning. I'm personally not bothered at all by film grain though I understand there is a whole generation of people who are use to watching everything in a digital format. Sound is consistent, without getting too loud during the musical parts and with voices remaining understandable throughout. I found this to be a benefit with Dolby Atmos remasters even though I do not have an Atmos setup. In summation, I would say the standard blu-ray release is perfectly fine if that's what you already have but the 4K transfer is still the one to have. The 4K transfer does have a fair bit of film grain, so maybe go for the blu-ray if that bothers you.

Labyrinth

One of my first 4K DVD’s and it’s absolutely stunning, the case the disc is in is so good looking with all the characters present on it. The disc it’s self is amazing the quality of the movie is beautiful and the sound is incredible, will definitely be ordering more 4K movies soon 😀

not the best

Bought this for the wife as it is one of her favourite films she says she didn't notice much difference between this and the original bluray

Never looked better

Considering the age of the film I was a little sceptical at how much of an improvement the 4K transfer would be over the standard blu ray, but I have to say it has never looked better. Some heavy grain, which is to be expected, but on the whole the picture is pin sharp, with great contrast and the colours are so vivid. This is the way I want to present one of my favourite movies to my baby son for the first time.