Gulliver's Travels Blu-ray Review

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Reviewed by Alan Paterson, 4th May 2011.
The Jack Black vehicle ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ looms large on (non 3D) American Region A locked Blu-ray with a very good looking 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 transfer, framed in the widescreen 2.35:1 aspect ratio. Colours are vibrant on this sharp and detailed transfer from a wonderfully clean recent source. The DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround mix places the viewer in the midst of the action when required without drowning out the crisp dialogue.A collection of mini-featurettes take us behind the scenes of the production which seems to have been a lot of fun to make. The movie itself brings the Jonathan Swift classic up to date for the modern age before launching Gulliver into the land of Lilliput. Not too bad family fare – aimed squarely at children, though lacking in sparkle for adults. Billy Connolly, Catherine Tate, Emily Blunt and James Condon are wasted in supporting roles to big star Jack Black.

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Movie score : 6

You're being way too generous.
It's awful.


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Trailer looked pretty bad so I wasn't all that surprised when this turned out to be rubbish!

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