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La Femme Nikita

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From director Luc Besson (The Fifth Element) comes this “wild and irresistible” (New York Post) thriller about a vicious street punk turned sexy, sophisticated and lethally dangerous assassin. Starring Anne Parillaud, Jeanne Moreau and Jean Reno, La Femme Nikita is “slick, stylish and tremendously entertaining” (The New York Times)! Rescued from death row by a top-secret agency, Nikita (Anne Parillaud) is slowly transformed from a cop-killing junkie into a cold-blooded bom… More >>

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I’m not going to say anything about the film itself because we all know how good it is. It’s Besson’s best ever.

What I will say is that watching it in High Definition on Blu-Ray is a real treat. Picture and sund are truly amazing and blow away the prior DVD’s, all of which had lackluster picture quality at best.

And yes, this release has the properly translated subtitle track. Some DVD releases had a word for word transcription of the terrible English dubbed track. Not so here, so no worries.

However, extras are nowhere to be found. Is it too much to ask that this film finally receives a special edition?
Rating: 5 / 5

Super Bluray. The film, of course, is excellent, although it never has been clear to me why the authorities would want a criminal to become their agent. However, once you swallow that incongruity, it is an engrossing film. The Bluray transfer is excellent, rich colors, sharp definition, action remains crisp, but that is probably because my HDTV’s have the requisite fpm’s. If you like action films, and if you’ve liked the previous recordings of this, you will love the Bluray version. Definitely worth updating from DVD.
Rating: 5 / 5

I was worried this Blu-Ray would be “so-so” in the sharpness department…..but not worry: it looks just fine! It will be in my collection shortly.

This 1989 French film was justifiably so popular that an American re-make followed later and then a cable television series followed after that.

In this – the original – you see “Nikita” at its beginning and, most people agree, at her best. Anne Parillaud, an actress I’ve always found fascinating, is riveting as the lead character. Jean-Huges Anglade, Tcheky Karyo and Jean Reno provide a very strong supporting cast.

The characters were believable and it was refreshing to see a no-nonsense approach to a murder story, meaning if someone had to be killed, they were shot quickly with no questions asked. Some of the action scenes are brutal.

Parillaud’s character is memorable. She can change appearances, from a hard- nosed hysterical animal to a real lady. It’s also interesting to see Reno in a familiar role as a “cleaner,” a role he made famous four years later in “Leon: The Professional.”

The DVD provides either easy-to-read subtitles or a well-done dubbed version. As mentioned, the Blu-Ray version is a definite step up from the last DVD.
Rating: 5 / 5

This is an incredibly well done movie, much more intense than the US remake, “Point of no Return”.

The real star here is Jean Reno, but his interaction with Anne Parrilaud and the other players in this movie brings them up to a higher level. I am fluent in Fench but my wife is not, so we have the subtitles turned on when we watch it. The english subtitles, although not always strictly accurate, are more accurate than the english dubbing, and it is well worth reading the subtitles and leaving the french sound track on. We have probably watched this movie 4 times in the past 5 years, and it is still fresh each time.
Rating: 5 / 5

I am in love with blu-ray movies that have been given great transfers to really show off what the movie can do. This is the prettiest this movie has ever looked. More details come to life. The lush scenes pop, the sound is magnificent, just awesome. I had always thought of this as an action movie, but after watching it several times on blu, I love it just as much for its beautiful foreign film feel. BUY IT.
Rating: 5 / 5

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