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5.0 étoiles sur 5 AVIS DE GeRonImO™ : Les Canons de Navarone en version [Blu-ray]
Je ne vais pas faire un synopsis du film, mais plutôt un ressenti sur le blu-ray et sa restauration.
Ce film a fait l'objet d'une restauration très très soigné.

Côté IMAGE: 8,7/10 sobre , soigné elle tire sont épingle du jeux. quelques grain subsistent encore au niveau du ciel. Les plans large des paysages ont...
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 version HD très moyenne
J'apprécie toujours autant ce film mais la qualité des images n'est pas à la hauteur de ce qu'on attend d'un bluray.
C'est vraiment dommage car la bande son en DTS HD (VO) est vraiment super.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 AVIS DE GeRonImO™ : Les Canons de Navarone en version [Blu-ray], 25 mars 2013
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Je ne vais pas faire un synopsis du film, mais plutôt un ressenti sur le blu-ray et sa restauration.
Ce film a fait l'objet d'une restauration très très soigné.

Côté IMAGE: 8,7/10 sobre , soigné elle tire sont épingle du jeux. quelques grain subsistent encore au niveau du ciel. Les plans large des paysages ont gagné en profondeur. Surtout quand on sait que la bande à souffert du a une mauvaise conservation.

Côté SON: 9/10 une BO bénéficie d’un DTS-HD Master-Audio puissant à couper le souffle très légère est aérienne. La VF celle qui nous intéresse, est disponible avec un 5.1 somme classique mais très proche de l'original qui se marie bien avec l'image.

La grande nouveauté se situe aussi sur les bonus puisque tous sont disponibles avec un sous titrage français.
AVIS: BLU-RAY à avoir absolument dans sa vidéothèque;
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Beau moment de cinéma mais HD à parfaire, 28 janvier 2012
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C'est avec grand plaisir que j'ai revu ce classique qui réunit 3 grands acteurs de l'époque ainsi que des seconds rôles convaincants. Il est vrai que ce film est plus à réserver à ma tranche d'âge : la quarantaine. C'est encore l'époque où le générique était au début du film et non à la fin. Là où je dois émettre quelques réserves c'est sur la qualité de la réédition HD. S'il est vrai que le film bénéficie d'une belle colorimétrie, la finesse de l'image laisse un peu à désirer. Par contre, la VF est bien équilibrée (et sans souffle) et n'oblige pas à mettre le volume à fond.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Un grand classique du cinéma, 11 juillet 2009
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Les canons de Navarone constitue un grand classique du cinéma. Les historiens du 7è art et Anthony Quinn dans l'un des bonus du DVD rappellent que le film avait d'abord été confié à Mackendrick qui avait dû être remplacé au bout de quelques jours compte tenu de sa trop grande méticulosité. Le réalisateur, J. Lee Thompson, est généralement mal noté par les critiques de cinéma, notamment par Tavernier (contrairement au producteur, qui fait partie des victimes du maccarthysme). Leur travail commun fournit en tout état de cause un très bon résultat: une oeuvre prenante, un scénario très crédible et des prouesses techniques remarquables, notamment s'agissant de la reconstitution en studio d'une tempête en pleine mer. Le film aborde de nombreux thèmes: la volonté humaine, la ruse, la vengeance, le conflit entre le sens du devoir et l'amour naissant, entre l'amitié et la sanction de la traîtrise, le pardon, la rédemption dans l'amour. Les acteurs sont remarquables: Gregory Peck, David Niven, Anthony Quinn, Stanley Baker, Anthony Quayle.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 un classique, 18 octobre 2010
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Une aventure réaliste sur l'occupation allemande en Grèce, verrouillant un passage maritime. Saisissant, un commando de Brits,d'Américains et de grecs se lance à l'assaut de d'une 'un bunker aux canons gigantesque. encore faut-il y parvenir.....
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent, 16 novembre 2012
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Un grand classique du cinéma que les DVD nous permettent de voir et de revoir... On ne s'en lasse pas et... c'est à la demande quand l'envie s'en fait sentir. Le produit est d'excellente qualité et arrivé en excellent état. Les acteurs, fort connus au demeurant, sont remarquables.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 THE GUNS OF NAVARONE [1961] [50th Anniversary Edition] [Blu-ray] [UK Release], 20 octobre 2014
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THE GUNS OF NAVARONE [1961] [50th Anniversary Edition] [Blu-ray] [UK Release] A Classic and Quite Thrilling Ride!

Academy Award® winners Gregory Peck [1962, Best Actor: ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’], David Niven [1958, Best Actor: ‘Separate Tables’], and Anthony Quinn [1952, Best Supporting Actor: ‘Viva Zapata!’ and 1956, ‘Lust For Life’] star as a team of Allied military specialists recruited for a dangerous but imperative mission: to infiltrate a Nazi-occupied fortress and disable two long-range field guns so that 2,000 trapped British soldiers may be rescued. Faced with an unforgiving sea voyage, hazardous terrain, and the possibility of a traitor among them, the team must overcome the impossible without losing their own lives. Adapted by screenwriter Carl Foreman from Alistair MacLean’s best-selling novel “The Guns of Navarone.”

FILM FACT: Awards Won: Academy Award® Best Effects, Special Effects (Bill Warrington & Chris Greenham). Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture: Drama. Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score (Dimitri Tiomkin). Nominated: Academy Award® for Best Picture. Academy Award® for Best Director (J. Lee Thompson). Academy Award® for Best Film Editing (Alan Osbiston). Academy Award® for Best Original Score (Dimitri Tiomkin). Academy Award® for Best Sound (John Cox). Academy Award® for Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay) Carl Foreman. DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures (J. Lee Thompson). Grammy Award for Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture (Dimitri Tiomkin).

‘The Guns of Navarone’ had its Royal World Premiere in aid of the Edwina Mountbatten Trust and in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh on April 27th 1961 at the Odeon Leicester Square in London's West End.

Cast: Gregory Peck, James Robertson Justice, David Niven, Anthony Quinn, Stanley Baker, Anthony Quayle, James Darren, Peter Grant, Irene Papas, Gia Scala, Richard Harris, Bryan Forbes, Allan Cuthbertson, Michael Trubshawe, Percy Herbert, George Mikell, Walter Gotell, Tutte Lemkow, Albert Lieven, Norman Wooland, Cleo Scouloudi, Nicholas Papakonstantinou and Christopher Rhodes

Director: J. Lee Thompson

Producer: Carl Foreman

Screenplay: Carl Foreman

Composer: Dimitri Tiomkin

Cinematographer: Oswald Morris, BSC

Video Resolution: 1080p

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 [CinemaScope]

Audio: English [original language] 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, German 5.1 DTS-HD, Italian 5.1 DTS-HD, Japanese 5.1 DTS-HD and Spanish 5.1 DTS-HD

Subtitles: English, English SDH, Danish, English, Finnish, Greek, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish

Running Time: 158 minutes

Region: All Regions

Number of discs: 1

Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Andrew’s Blu-ray Review: "Men-on-a-mission" films are almost always great fun. Watching a disparate group of no-nonsense soldier’s band together for the greater good against a common enemy can be popcorn entertainment at its best. While it may be a pretty tried-and-true formula, it's also one that happens to work more often than not, and sometimes manages to serve as a perfect basis for action-packed cinematic bliss. A classic and highly influential entry into that irresistible genre, 'The Guns of Navarone' sparks with exciting action, memorable performances, and a surprising amount of depth. Far from a brainless exercise in tough guy bravado, the film manages to form a thought provoking and well-rounded examination of wartime ethics and morality. Also, it kicks ass and it's the best of both worlds.

Based on the novel of Alistair MacLean with the same name, the script details a fictional mission set during WWII to blow up two incredibly large, long-range field guns on the Greek island of Navarone (which doesn't actually exist). In classic genre fashion, the team is made up of a group of specialists, each with their own specific skill, personality quirk, fatal character flaw, and irresistible charm. Headlining the gang are Capt. Keith Mallory [Gregory Peck], a steadfast leader and skilled mountain climber, Corporal Miller [David Niven], an explosions expert, and Col. Andrea Stavros [Anthony Quinn], a Greek solider with a personal vendetta against Mallory. Together they must embark on the dangerous and potentially suicidal mission, outsmarting and outgunning German soldiers through equally perilous seas and terrain. Filled with exciting set pieces, powerful emotional conflicts, and ambiguous moral dilemmas, the story runs the full gamut of suspense and drama.

With an ensemble piece like this, the success of the film really lives or dies on the strength of its performers and the chemistry between them. Thankfully, the entire actors do a wonderful job, and the dynamics that develop within the group are fun to watch grow and evolve. Peck is fantastic as the stalwart leader, exuding confidence and compassion all at once. From the moment he appears on screen, he instantly embodies exactly the type of man one would follow into battle. David Niven is also great as the British explosives expert. The conflict that develops between his character and Peck's Mallory helps to form the central moral question of the film and serves to elevate the material. As Stavros, Quinn oozes cool and becomes a genuine on-screen badass. Tension hangs high between the Greek and Mallory, and one gets a sense that their conflict could turn deadly at any moment. The rest of the team is rounded out by several more extremely capable actors, including Anthony Quayle, Stanley Baker, and James Darren. Though their characters are given less focus (particularly Darren and Baker's) each member gets their moment to shine and little details are organically revealed throughout the picture, helping to flesh out back-stories and inform present-day decisions. Two female stars also join the team, and Irene Papas and Gia Scala do an admirable job of holding their own against the men, creating strong female characters that are much more than mere love interests.

Director J. Lee Thompson utilises the majestic of CinemaScope presentation to its fullest, injecting the widescreen frame with big budget action and exotic locales. Shot in part on studio sets and real locations (primarily the Greek island of Rhodes), the film features some strong production value and occasionally lush cinematography. Thompson does a great job of creating tension, and as pointed out in the included commentary with film historian Stephen J. Rubin, the climax plays out more like a Hitchcock thriller than a generic war picture. Most notable of all, however, is a brilliant dialogue free section where the team gets shipwrecked by a massive storm and then has to scale a mountain in the unrelenting downpour and dead of night. With only score and effects, J. Lee Thompson creates a truly visceral experience that manages to remain gripping through visuals alone. Though the director expresses regrets about the sequence's length and the film's pacing as a whole in his own commentary, I actually found the slower, methodical rhythm to be a refreshing contrast to the more quick cutting style of today. With that said, the movie definitely is on the slow side, and at two and a half hours in length, it might test some viewers' patience.

In between all of the blazing guns and explosions, J. Lee Thompson and writer/producer Carl Foreman layer the film with several interesting ethical quandaries that all work together to form a pretty strong anti-war message. Questions about manipulating and risking the lives of fellow soldiers for the greater good, and the potential penalties for betrayal, are all brought up and examined with intelligence, and even after the credits roll, there are no easy answers presented. While some of the philosophical musings might get lost in all the heroics and excitement, to the filmmakers' credit, the script really does pack in some thought provoking material that actually makes the film's quieter moments among its most powerful.

'The Guns of Navarone' is a true classic "men-on-a-mission" flick that offers much more than simple thrills and action. Beneath the exciting and tense battles are some heavy questions about brotherhood, loyalty, and justice in the midst of war. Though the pacing is certainly on the slow side, some characters are a bit marginalised, and there are clichéd elements to the storytelling, the stellar cast, strong script, and confident direction overcome any small flaws. This is an entertaining and intelligent war epic, that's influence can be seen in countless similar efforts since.

Blu-ray Video Quality – The film is provided with an awesome 1080p encoded transfer in the thrilling 2.35:1 CinemaScope aspect ratio. Though mistreated quite badly over the years, restoration attempts have resulted in a strong but still occasionally inconsistent video presentation. The restored print is in good shape and while some scenes look rougher than others, there are no major signs of damage. A light to moderate layer of grain is present throughout that often gives the picture some nice texture. Detail is quite strong, especially in brightly lit scenes which exhibit some pleasing dimension and pop (the scene where the gang first arrives at their doomed vessel is among the most impressive). Colours can be vivid with rich vibrancy, again, especially in brightly lit outdoor scenes which show off the beautiful shooting locations in Greece. Unfortunately, dimly lit and night-time scenes are fairly underwhelming, and like many movies which utilise a day-for-night shooting method, these sequences exhibit a washed out and unnatural quality. With the exception of these instances, black levels and contrast are consistent and offer a solid experience without blooming. Numerous effects shots featuring rear projection, matte paintings, and various optical techniques do stick out, but that is to be expected and is certainly forgivable. The most irksome feature of the transfer involves some pretty thick halos that are periodically visible around characters and objects, but thankfully this doesn't detract too much from the presentation.

Blu-ray Audio Quality – The audio is presented in the English [original language] 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio mix and utilising the film's original four channel design, the track is solid but not as immersive as one might expect. Dialogue is clear with no major signs of crackle or hissing. Directionality and separation across the front sound stage is good, especially during various battle and action sequences. Surround use is disappointingly rare, however, and while there are many opportunities for rear speakers to add immersion to the experience, there are only three real instances where they are active (the end of the shipwreck, an aerial attack, and the film's climax). Bass activity is decent with some instances of nice punch, but some of the gun fights lack the kind of thump that most war films have. Dynamic range is good, with no signs of distortion, and balance between the various elements is handled well. Though surround use is infrequent, the track respects the film's original sound design, and it's hard to fault a mix for remaining authentic. Even if the audio lacks a bit of immersion, I actually have to commend Sony for staying faithful to the movie's roots and resisting the urge to produce a new spruced up and overdone remix. It may not come close to matching contemporary war films, but the audio does a solid job of bolstering the action.

Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:

Audio Commentary: Director J. Lee Thompson provides a decent but not particularly stimulating track. The director speaks slowly and there are some large gaps in the conversation throughout. Still, some interesting bits of trivia are discussed, including insights into the casting process, locations, effects work, Thompson's desire for lots of rehearsal time, and one actor's serious brush with death that almost resulted in the film's cancellation. While the director spends too much time simply describing where certain shots were filmed, there are sporadic pieces of worthy information, and it's always nice to hear the actual filmmaker discuss his work first hand.

Audio Commentary: Film Historian Stephen J. Rubin comes across as very knowledgeable and provides an extremely informative track that covers the film's entire production as well as details on the cast and crew. Among the multitude of trivia shared, the historian discusses writer/producer Carl Foreman's blacklisting, the movie's anti-war message, and plans for a sequel with the original cast (one was made, but with different actors). Though some information is repeated from the director's track, this is the more consistent and engaging of the two commentaries and is definitely worth a listen.

Forging the Guns of Navarone [14:00] Led by Carl Foreman's widow and director Peter Yates (who was AD on the film) this is a short documentary about the movie and features some insights into the production, along with stories about working with the cast and crew and dealing with the sometimes tough and dangerous shooting conditions.

Ironic Epic of Heroism [25:00] Here Sir Christopher Frayling leads an in depth looks at the movie. He provides details on the production, and places an emphasis on the film's themes and moral dilemmas.

Memories of Navarone [30:00] In this documentary we are treated to first-hand accounts of the making of the film from cast and crew, including Gregory Peck and Anthony Quinn. Details are shared on frequent chess games between the cast, and the strategic decision made by Quinn to give his character a red undershirt. It's great to hear from the actual performers and filmmakers, and this is a very worthy doc that fans of the movie should check out.

Epic Restoration [10:00] Here the focus is on the film's elaborate restoration. Seeing what was done to make the movie presentable again, really makes the video transfer seem that much more impressive.

A Heroic Score [9:00] This documentary deals with the film's composer, Dimitri Tiomkin, and offers some details on his style and all of the movie's major themes.

Great Guns [5:00] Presented in 1080p, this is a short, black and white vintage documentary that follows the stars as they arrive to shoot in Greece. Some behind-the-scenes footage is also included. Though pure, promotional fluff, there is something about these old, vintage pieces that I find appealing.

No Visitors [5:00] Similar to the previous documentary, here we get some more footage of the production in Greece, with an emphasis on interactions with the natives of Rhodes and a look at a party held for the Greek Royal Family.

Honey Moon on Rhodes [5:00] Another vintage documentary, this is a brief look at actor James Darren and his wife enjoying time off in Rhodes (the shoot also served as their honeymoon) and seems to serve as a kind of promo piece for the beautiful Greek island.

Two Girls on the Town [5:00] Here Irene Papas and Gia Scala enjoy a break from shooting to shop around the island. Again, like the previous documentary this doesn’t really have anything to do with the movie, but still carries a certain retro charm.

Narration-Free Prologue [6:00] The prologue and main title sequence for the movie is included sans narration, presenting Dimitri Tiomkin's powerful score unhindered.

Message from Carl Foreman [2:00] this is a brief introduction to the film by writer/producer Carl Foreman shot for the film's Australian premiere.

The Resistance Dossier of Navarone [1080p] This is an interactive feature that offers six text and video featurettes titled "Military Fact of Fiction," "Greek Resistance," "The Navarone Effect," "The Old School Wizardry of the Guns of Navarone," "The Real World Guns of Navarone," and "WWII in the Greek Islands" [4:00 each]. The text and video all offer insights into the film's historical accuracy (or lack thereof), effects work, release, and influence.

BD-Live: Standard BD-Live functionality is included, though I ran into a repeated error when trying to access the page so I can't speak to its content.

Finally, 'The Guns of Navarone' is a fun and thematically rich war film that manages to raise important ethical questions while still providing classic popcorn entertainment. Though the film has been poorly treated over the years, the print has gone through some painstaking restoration, resulting in an uneven but mostly strong presentation. Audio is pretty front heavy but authentically represents the original sound design. Supplements are plentiful and informative, rounding out a strong disc for a strong film. Ever since I originally saw this epic film in the cinema, I have loved its total brilliance at keeping you guessing right to the final scene on whether they will succeed in thwarting the German advance in blowing up the massive guns and makes you feel so good when the final end Titles appear on the screen and now I am so proud to add this brilliant classic war film to my Blu-ray Collection, as the makers of this film have made a truly magic presentation that will last forever and is also a good historic film for future viewing. Very Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Miller – Your Ultimate No.1 Film Fan
Le Cinema Paradiso
WARE, United Kingdom
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Navarone, 6 juin 2012
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Un des meilleurs films de guerre des années 60, à savourer en version originale...ou en Français...avec une visite de Rhodes en bonus.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 LES CANONS SONT ENORMES, 2 octobre 2014
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SUR L'ILE DE NAVARONE SE TROUVENT DEUX CANONS TENUS PAR LES ALLEMANDS
POUR EMPECHER AUX BATEAUX ENNEMIS D'ABORDER SUR LA GRECE
UNE EXPEDITION D'UN GROUPE DE SOLDATS EMMENE PAR GREGORY PECK
DOIT FAIRE SAUTER CES CANONS
GRAND FILM DE GUERRE CULTE
AVEC DAVID NIVEN ET ANTHONY QUINN ET IRENE PAPAS
A VOIR ABSOLUMENT
JE CONSEILLE BON VISIONNAGE
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 FORMIDABLE FILM MAIS...MEDIOCRE QUALITE BLU-RAY!, 11 décembre 2011
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CE FILM EST EXCELLENT, SCENARIO, INTERPRETATION ET REALISATION. HELAS! LA REMASTERISATION (??) BLU-RAY SE FAIT REMARQUER PAR SON... ABSENCE! A PEINE VOIT-ON UNE DIFFERENCE AVEC LE DVD! UN SEMBLANT D'EXPLICATION DANS LES BONUS ( ABONDANTS ET INTERESSANTS ) DONNE POUR RAISON UN MASTER ABIME ET DIFFICILEMENT RETOUCHABLE. PEUT-ETRE. MAIS LORSQUE ON VISIONNE LE BLU-RAY DE BEN-HUR PAR EXEMPLE, ( REMASTERISATION A TOMBER DE SON FAUTEUIL, EXTRAORDINAIRE TRAVAIL DE RESTAURATION IMAGE ET SON ), UN FILM TOURNE AVANT LES CANONS, ON A BIEN DU MAL A ACCEPTER CES EXPLICATIONS. DOMMAGE... CE FILM RESTE MALGRE TOUT UN CLASSIQUE DU FILM DE GUERRE SUR LEQUEL LE TEMPS N'A PAS DE PRISE. ET CEUX QUI NE L'ONT PAS ENCORE VU ONT BIEN DE LA CHANCE!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Dans la série commando, 3 janvier 2013
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Bien que romancé, beaucoup de véracité. De la préparation de l'action à son aboutissement, on passe par une série de phases qui retiennent le souffle.
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