Brooklyn's Finest (BLU-RAY)

Brooklyn's Finest

On Blu-Ray: 
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Running Time: 
140 Minutes

The final scene in the film was shot in one long line without breaks or cuts.

Brooklyn’s Finest is a film that if Scorsese were still making films about the streets of New York this would be one of them. Excellent acting across the board, great story, an amazing sense of realism.

As far as transfers go Brooklyn’s Finest receives a beautiful one. Detail is crisp, colors as natural as they can get in their environment, sharpness and clarity spot on. Mind you the film does suffer a little from scenes under brutal neon lighting that when you do see the picture in its natural state in exterior scenes you realize how good it really looks. Audio (I chose the PCM 5.1 track) is flawless. Its New York so you have a plethora of noises consuming your ears but their balanced and do not drown out dialogue. The surround mix is properly used putting you in the middle of things. If you liked the film in theaters your going to love the Blu-Ray Experience.

Audio Commentary, Chaos & Conflict: The Life of A New York Cop, Boyz N The Real Hood, An Eye For Detail: Director Featurette, From The MTA To The WGA: Writer Featurette, Deleted Scenes, Three Cops and A Dealer: Character Profile, Digital Copy

AJ Garcia
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