Elvis (2022) [Blu-ray]

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Elvis (2022) [Blu-ray]

Elvis (2022) [Blu-ray]

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Elvis-Loving Wife: 5 Stars ("It was amazing seeing how women reacted when he walked into the building.") Fit for a King: The Style of Elvis (8:02) - Costume designer Catherine Martin, Butler, and others take center stage for an Alongside that, Luhrmann makes an awful lot of use of sound effects and there’s a beautiful dynamic range to them, again utilising the same balanced tonal mix of the music. Add in the perfectly captured dialogue that’s always clear (when it should be – some of Elvis’s songs have dropped words and slightly muffled lines, but that’s in keeping with the performance aspect of the design) and all three elements are in perfect harmony, delivering a wonderfully complex and layered mix that is an effortless and delightful listen. From its opening logos, you’re under no illusion that this is pure Luhrmann – he might have been away from our screens since 2013’s ‘ The Great Gatsby’, but he’s lost nothing of his visual sensibilities: the entire film is a whirligig of kaleidoscopic images, split-screen montages stitched together with machine gun editing and a kinetic sense of motion that never lets up across its 159-minute run-time. It's breathless, especially in its opening act, where time periods slip and slide across each other as Parker’s narration gets the audience up to speed with Presley, and it could so easily disorientate… but it somehow seems a perfect match for the sequin-festooned, gaudily glamorous excess of Elvis’s life that, together with its established structure of taking part in Parker’s drug-induced mind, presents Presley in almost the only way that it could. Cinematographer Mandy Walker reportedly shot the entire film using a combination of ARRI ALEXA 65, LF, and Panaflex System 65 cameras with custom

tell-all by Presley's manager "Colonel" Tom Parker (Tom Hanks), a man accused of mismanaging the star's funds and estate for decades by unfortunate, since large portions of the story are told from his perspective -- that it almost derails the entire production when he's seen orArthur P. Lacroix, mayor of the city of Rapid-City (South Dakota) gives Elvis a souvenir for his visit.

youth to the star-making concert during which he first met "Colonel" Tom Parker and, of course, the much more grandiose stage shows that frequently Disc 2 was recorded live on April 10, 1972, at Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, Virginia, and contains all previously unreleased material. ability, stage presence, dramatic moments? All mostly accounted for and, when paired with the inarguably interesting life and career path of Elvis, who reached incredible highs and lows during his all-too-short 42-year life, make for a solid anchor that helps to hold large portions of It's not a total loss, of course: Austin Butler's lead performance is quite good for what was undoubtedly an intimidating pair of shoes to fill. Singingcounterpart, Warner Bros.' 1080p transfer still offers a very crisp and faithful representation of Elvis' specific appearance. Elvis In Concert 77 (My name is Wayne Newton) presented in a restored and remastered version in HD 1080 with remixed dolby Digital TrueHD sound.



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