Bruce Beresford's biopic of Li Cunxin, the Chinese ballet dancer who defected while on a student visa in Houston in 1981, is sometimes the movie equivalent of Oscar Meyer cold cuts. But the dancing is pure caviar.
The Alaskan Huskies of Eight Below are both better-looking and better performers than their human counterparts, and their vigilant scenes of solo survival on an Antarctic outpost make for the highlight of this otherwise predictable rescue mission.
Unfortunately when the sales associate entered my shipping address, she entered the wrong zip code. I had to call the postal service several times. It eventually arrived, but instead of 7-10 days, it was more like 3-4 weeks. Nevertheless I am very happy with the DVD. I was unable to locate this locally.
I was reluctant to start this show. I am glad I did. I haven't enjoyed a show like this since the DC Animated Universe. The story is great. The art is awesome. I would definitely recommend this show to fans of DC or anyone looking for an action packed show.
The movie was great. I had a little problem ignoring Skylar's ghost. Great story telling. I got to let the movie be your guide, without my spoilers.\nPlus, my first Vudu rental, the player worked better than expected, a few hiccups, but okay. Well worth the price for 24 hours. Really? Spock kissing? Doesn't matter, it's all good fun, rent with confidence.
I've seen fox blu-ray before but nothing like this. The movie and the disc are both built for enjoyment. It has a very good guality I have seen special editions of this film but this is so far the best.