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[Blu-Ray]Goodfellas Slipcase Limited Edition (2disc: 4K UHD + 2D)

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This item will be released on 2024-07-25


Special Feature

[4K UHD]
- Main audio: DTS-HD Master Audio English 5.1, Dolby Digital Spanish 2.0, Czech 2.0, German 2.0, Hungarian 2.0, Italian 2.0, Spanish-Latin America 2.0, French 2.0, Polish (Voiceover) 2.0, Russian 5.1, Thai 2.0 , Turkish 1M, Portuguese-Brazil 1M
- Main subtitles: Korean, English SDH, Arabic, Portuguese-Brazilian, Chinese, Cantonese, Spanish-Castilian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, German SDH, Hebrew, Italian SDH, Spanish-Latin American, Norwegian, French, Polish, Russian, Swedish, Turkish

[2D BD]
- Main audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1: English, Dolby Digital 5.1: Russian, Dolby Digital 2.0: Spanish, Czech, German, Hungarian, Italian, French, Polish (Voiceover), Thai, Dolby Digital 1.0: Portuguese, Turkish
- Main subtitles: Korean, English SDH, Portuguese, Chinese, Cantonese, Spanish, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, French, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Thai, Turkish

- Commentary by Martin Scorsese, Robert DeNiro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco, Nicholas Pileggi, Michael Ballhaus, Thelma SChoonmaker: Commentary (no English subtitles)
- Commentary by Henry Hill and Ed McDonald: Commentary (no Korean subtitles)

* Special Feature Audio: English
* Special feature subtitles: Korean, English SDH, Chinese, Spanish-Castilian, Dutch, Italian, Japanese, French, Thai (*All special features are only available on regular Blu-ray discs.)

Additional information

Martin Scorsese's 1990 masterpiece GoodFellas immortalizes the hilarious,horrifying life of actual gangster Henry Hill (Ray Liotta), from his teen years on the streets of New York to his anonymous exile under the Witness Protection Program. The director's kinetic style is perfect for recounting Hill's ruthless rise to power in the 1950s as well as his drugged-out fall in the late 1970s; in fact, no one has ever rendered the mental dislocation of cocaine better than Scorsese. Scorsese uses period music perfectly, not just to summon a particular time but to set a precise mood. GoodFellas is at least as good as The Godfather without being in the least derivative of it. Joe Pesci's psycho improvisation of Mobster Tommy DeVito ignited Pesci as a star, Lorraine Bracco scores the performance of her life as the love of Hill's life, and every supporting role, from Paul Sorvino to Robert De Niro, is a miracle