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Der legendäre Walfänger-Kapitän Ahab, verlor einst im Kampf mit einem riesigen weißen Wal - genannt Moby Dick - ein Bein. Glühend vor Hass verfolgt er nun den Wal über alle Weltmeere mit einem Ziel: Er will das Tier zur Strecke bringen und Rache nehmen. Ahab ist bereit dafür alles zu opfern und schwört seine Mannschaft um den erfahrenen Seemann Starbuck und den jungen Matrosen Ishmael darauf ein, ihm in den gefährlichen Kampf zu folgen. Eine tödliche Jagd beginnt...


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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas MAGNIFICENT MASTERPIECE POWERFULLY DONE . . . 23 de febrero de 2014
Por Roy Clark - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
No, not this Moby D version!
To me 'Gregory Peck's' version was #1; every aspect , Incredible. Seems truest to Melville's book too. The Peck version was directed by John Huston, written by Ray Bradbury and envisioned with all the elements of whale hunting in the early 1800's; it's incredibly vivid, powerful and complex beyond words. Except, maybe Masterpiece. Of course no surprise with the talents involved.

(Orson Wells was to be Ahab; here he's cast as a spell-binding pulpit pounder preaching to those whose lives are hard,
precarious and harsh. One of a great cast, BaseHart and Leo Glenn also reflect that age and its sensibilities.

(I read MOBY DICK an eon ago; based on dimming memories I suggest every reader read it. Masterpiece.) Melvilles books are sold used, often 'like new' in Amazon MarketPlace. Too-good-to-be- true prices will surprise you. Look for books with seven of
HM's best stories compiled; they offer a few bucks per title.) :

For this 1956 rendition, here're subjective notes;

I saw the Peck version on laser; softer, far less sharp than today's digital purity. There's a phrase creatives use: "charming artlessness". The film seemed like we are there. The scruffy crew real, angry ocean scary, the White Whale awesome. So I
of course prefer it to today's slickness.

This 'John Hurt' version in this maybe last version is oaky-good, but feels only like fishing
today. Complete with contemporary sound, music and ultra-sharp cinematography effects.

Hurt's rendition of Ahab grates on me - Hurt, always good, but scripted words and actions don't jive with my reading of Moby D.
His Ahab giggles and laughs and sings and seems not at all like a compulsive crazy whaler captain. And he's entirely too into the sub-teen cabin boy. And there's a melodramatic flavor to all scenes and the plot, abridged from Melville's pages seems somehow con temporized. And he smiles and mugs while his eyes sparkle. A confused, confusing Ahab.

The same's true with Hawke's 1st Mate. Too much the devout hawk, he's both too strong and too weak by turns.
While throughout the crew sings hauling line nearly like a broadway chorus. They seemed pretty-well cleaned up, too.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not worth the time if you're looking for a modern version of Moby Dick, move on because it will not be found here! 18 de mayo de 2016
Por Blacksky - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
This could have been a classic with the cast on hand, but falls way short due to the writers, producers and directors lack of interest in creating a realistic fact based story. How can you have a crew of whalers sailing out of Nantucket on a ship that wasn't designed and built for the intended purpose, whaling. No the ship is not a whaler! From there the story dives further into the depths of monotony with a crew and officers locked in a struggle of infighting that would have never have happened or been stood for by the Captain of a sailing vessel that was to be at sea for 2 to 3 years.
Not worth the time if you're looking for a modern version of Moby Dick, move on because it will not be found here!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is a great movie; it is a little difficult to sit ... 9 de febrero de 2015
Por Pat Murdocca - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This is a great movie; it is a little difficult to sit through in one viewing. I give four stars because there are elements throughout that could have been approached in a way to make it more relevant to relate to a modern audience. In comparison for example "old English bible" to "modern English bible", they are both great; but the modern English bible is going to be easier to relate to. It is a daunting task to say the least to try to capture a work such as "Moby Dick" in a relatively short movie. It took Hollywood three, three hour movies to depict the Hobbit. Nonetheless, I highly recommend watching this movie.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas is far better, tighter in story line and more consistent with ... 21 de febrero de 2015
Por Douglas L. Bennett - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I have given this movie a two star rating. The 1956 Peck movie, despite his awkward portrayal of Ahab, is far better, tighter in story line and more consistent with Melville's classic. The acting in this newer version is consistently sub-par and it is difficult to have any compassion for any of the characters. The movie is way to long, containing almost as many boring segments as Melville's classic, if you have read the book, you know what I mean, despite its other significant virtues including great major plot, character development and documentation of whaling life. This newer movie contains a number of sub plots, characters, and relationships which have no connection with the original Melville plots, apparently included to extend the pictures length. One positive aspect of this version is the whale imaging, an improvement over the 1956 production, yet the use of the whale character within the story line is far less dramatic than in the earlier movie. Also the rendition of the Pequod was very authentic, as was that of early Nantucket. I read Moby Dick, or at least most of it, about once a decade and look at the 1956 movie about once a year, I have no plans to watch this current version again. Even for a Moby Dick lover, this movie does not justify either the purchase or the viewing time.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Good Remake of the Original. 10 de abril de 2013
Por De witte leeuw. - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I think that I liked the Patrick Stewart version of this film better. But this film is really good and the actors have done a good job. The plot follows Melville's book almost exactly and the historical details, i.e. period clothing, ships and their appointments, Nantucket inn interiors, etc. are authentic. The special effects done on the whale "Moby Dick" are so real. I also purchased this DVD along with Neverland (2011) the TV Mini-Series. The length of the film is long, but not so much that you would notice because you are caught up in the story from beginning to ending frames. As a former High School English teacher, I would not know if my students had read the book or cheated by seeing this movie at home. It's that good.


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