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Monday, April 4, 2011

Hereafter Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital Copy Combo Review

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Hereafter Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital Copy Combo Review


Available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, On Demand and for Download 3/15! http://bit.ly/HereafterFB

Synopsis: George (Matt Damon) is a blue-collar American with a special connection to the afterlife dating from his childhood. French journalist Marie (C├ęcile de France) has a near-death experience that shakes her reality. And when London schoolboy Marcus (Frankie and George McLaren) loses the person closest to him, he desperately needs answers. Each seeking the truth, their lives will intersect, forever changed by what they believe might – or must – exist in the hereafter.

Review: This is another great thought provoking movie from the master of off-color film Clint Eastwood.  This time he tackles the issues of life after death and the plight of those that are seeking the answers.  This film is careful not to take any certain side on the subject, but rather preaches to us the tolerance we should have for those that claim they do.   Its a well-made film, as we've come to expect from Eastwood.  It does fall flat at times, but overall its a great conversation piece.

The special features on this set include: Clint Eastwood and Matt Damon lead a journey into Hereafter to explore the world of skeptics, psychics and mediums, and the possibility of life after death. Featuring 9 Focus Points:

 - Tsunami! Recreating a Disaster
 - Is There Life After Death?
 - Clint on Casting
 - Delving into the Hereafter
 - Twin Bonding
 - French Speaking French
 - Why The White Light?
 - Hereafter's Locations - "Casting" the Silent Characters
 - The Eastwood Experience

The Eastwood Factor: 90 minute documentary in HD

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Interest Range: Drama, Sci-Fi
 

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