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"Anthony Hopkins y Mel Gibson lideran un reparto de estrellas en esta aventura de acción repleta de batallas sensacionales, tormentas furiosas y una intensidad tan grande como la del poderoso mar. Erizante, con maravillosas interpretaciones, ágiles diálogos y magníficas escenas de acción. Hopkins interpreta a William Bligh, un capitán de barco que, en 1787, guió la nave ""El Bounty"" en un viaje de 50000 km lleno de peligros, caos y locura. Después de 31 días batallando contra fuertes tempestades y contra la creciente crueldad de Bligh, la cansada tripulación es, para su alivio, empujada a una isla remota. Pero pronto su tiránico capitán quiere navegar de nuevo, y los desesperados hombres se vuelven hacia el segundo de a bordo, Fletcher Christian (Gibson), para que les ayude a tomar el barco por la fuerza,... o a morir en el intento."

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En 1787, La Bounty, Una Fragata De La Armada Británica Se Hizo A La Mar. El Objetivo De Su Capitán, El Coronel William Bligh (Hopkins), Era Circunnavegar La Tierra Siguiendo La Ruta Del Cabo De Hornos. Después De Un Larguísimo Viaje (3.500 Millas Marinas), Lleno De Penalidades Y Peligros, El Severo Capitán Accedió A Que La Tripulación Descansara En Una Remota Y Paradisíaca Isla, Aunque Quizá Durante Demasiado Tiempo; Porque, Cuando Ordenó Reanudar El Viaje, La Indisciplina De La Marinería Era Ya Incontrolable. En Esas Circunstancias El Segundo De A Bordo (Mel Gibson) Decidió Encabezar Un Motín Contando Con El Apoyo De La Mayor Parte De La Tripulación. Basada En Hechos Históricos


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  • Actores: Mel Gibson, Bernard Hill, Philip Davis, Liam Neeson, Daniel Day-Lewis
  • Directores: Roger Donaldson
  • Formato: PAL, Subtitulado
  • Audio: Italiano (Dolby Stereo (Analog)), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Francés (Mono), Castellano (Mono)
  • Subtítulos: Castellano, Francés, Italiano, Holandés
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 2.35:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): Apta para todos los públicos
  • Estudio: Mgm
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 1 mayo 2007
  • Duración: 125 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • ASIN: B0055KM9VS
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas ... Bounty is well done and captivating in mho is best of the three 31 de mayo de 2016
Por PawPaw - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This remake of the original Mutiny on The Bounty is well done and captivating in mho is best of the three. The movie is adapted from the book, "Captain Bligh and Mr. Christian", by Richard Hough, and is based on a true story. The movie portrays events that brought about the eventual take over or mutiny of the crew of the English vessel, The Bounty. Fletcher Christian, the Master's Mate, and friend of Lt. William Bligh, Captain of the ship led the mutiny. The movie starts with the trial of Captain Bligh before the Admiralty Board. It is then a flashback flash forward as Captain Bligh relates his account of why he lost a ship under his command.

The Bounty was to sail for Tahiti to pick up breadfruit plants and carry them to Jamaica. Captain Bligh chose to sail around the horn of Africa supposedly to save time. I got the impression he had a personal goal to accomplish what others thought impossible because of the unpredictable weather. It was a bad decision.

The tension grows between the crew and the captain mostly provoked by Churchill. Cruel punishment is meted out to the crew is pretty hard to stomach. Reaching Tahiti only adds to the tension as many including Christian who fell in love with a native gail and wanted to stay there. The much reduced crew finally set sail to carry it's cargo to Jamaica the ship is caught in a storm and is lost. Bligh manages to save a few of the crew.

Great movie and character well played. A true classic.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A sumptuous, enjoyable, and highly accurate re-telling of one of the most legendary stories in maritime and naval history. 3 de junio de 2015
Por Kiwiwriter - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This is one of my favorite movies, for many reasons.

First is the historical accuracy...the filmmakers strove to achieve that. Captain Bligh is not the horrendous villain of Charles Laughton or Trevor Howard...Anthony Hopkins plays him as a more commanding figure, and downright heroic when he and his loyalists are cast adrift from the Bounty after the mutiny, navigating by memory from the South Seas to Koupang in Timor, purely by memory, with very little food, and virtually nowhere to stop to load up more.

Mel Gibson and Liam Neeson are excellent in their roles: Gibson first as the friend of Bligh who is dissipated by the easy life in the South Seas, and Neeson (and others) as the crewmen who foment mutiny and make Gibson an unwilling supporter of it. Gibson is truly "in hell" when he has to lead a mutiny against his old friend.

Edward Fox and Laurence Olivier chew the scenery effectively as the Royal Navy prosecutor and Lord Hood, in the film's bookending and transitional framework of Bligh's after-action court-martial. Fox is efficient, and Olivier is...well, Olivier.

Some critics have suggested there are overtones of a homosexual relationship between Bligh and Christian -- I'm not good at reading people, but I didn't see it. I did see Bligh being discomfited that he was devoting himself to duty and propriety while his pal and right-hand man was lying in a grass shack on the beach, covered in tattoos, bopping a local girl. If anything, it reminded me of how I am at parties -- stuck in the corner, not knowing what to do or what to say, unable to make small talk, while everyone else is having a good time.

The production values are also extremely high...a replica HMS Bounty crewed by appropriately salty-looking Britons sails the ocean to a South Seas island, meets up with local Polynesians, and gets into all sorts of adventures. Everything has a great period feel.

Vangelis also created a superb sound track to this picture, which summons up the tension between Bligh and Christian, the image and feel of a tall ship racing across the ocean, the fear and struggle of Bligh's castaways trying to make it home or Christian's shipmates, girlfriends (some pregnant), and family trying to find a new home amid the wastes of the South Pacific.

All I can say is that this is just one of my favorite movies.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 'The Bounty' is not "Mutiny on the Bounty". 22 de mayo de 2016
Por Gravymeister - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I enjoyed it because it was closest to the historical events. Other films were based on the somewhat overly dramatized novel 'Mutiny on the Bounty', and embellished even more by hollywood screenwriters. These depicted Bligh as a depraved martinet, given to dealing out brutal punishment for the slightest offense. Christian is portrayed as a noble hero driven to extreme acts to protect his crew from Bligh's excesses.
In "The Bounty", Anthony Hopkins played Lieutenant Bligh as he was, an experienced seaman and navigator, but a rigid, withdrawn man and poor leader that browbeat and drove his men because he was determined to succeed in his mission and move up in the Navy. Fletcher Christian was portrayed as a well-to-do Englishman that had "gone native", a term of contempt in Colonial England, indicating he chose to reject his heritage as a gentleman, and live among uncivilized indigenous peoples. Christian turned on his friend Lieutenant Bligh as well, and was tormented by having placed a death sentence on Bligh and the loyal crewmen set adrift, and upon himself and the other mutineers, who would surely be hunted down and punished.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 10 out of 10. 14 de mayo de 2017
Por Robert Andrew Curry - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
This Blu-Ray film of the Infamous Bounty Mutiny did meet expectations.Starring Mel Gibson, Antony Hopkins, Liam Neesom and Laurence Oliver, this moving is a must see to watch on Blu-Ray. With a great cast, a beautifully crafted story line, stunning cinematography and a great sound score by Vangelis, this movie is worth every penny, especially as it was restored and produced by Twilight Time Limited Edition Blu-Ray and including an in depth mini booklet, which looks at every aspect of the making of this movie. I would recommend this particular movie on Blu-Ray to anyone who buys it online through amazon.com, for the price and the quality of movie your buying.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great entertainment and more historically accurate than most Bounty films 5 de diciembre de 2011
Por J. Chambers - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
"The Bounty" is a 1984 British movie that starred Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins. It is the fifth film version of the story of the mutiny on the Bounty. The screenplay was based on the book "Captain Bligh and Mr. Christian" (1972) by Richard Hough. In this film, Mel Gibson played Fletcher Christian opposite Anthony Hopkins as William Bligh (for the record, Bligh was a lieutenant, not a captain, when he commanded the Bounty) in a lavish remake. This final version, which gives a far more sympathetic view of William Bligh, is considered by some historians to be the closest to actual historical events.

In addition to Gibson and Hopkins, the cast included Lawrence Olivier, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Liam Neeson. There's hardly a slowdown in the action in this superb remake of the famous Bounty story.

Over the years, most writers and filmmakers have demonized Bligh as a ruthless, cruel master, and Fletcher Christian as a heroic figure, but the truth may be somewhat different. I've been fascinated by the mutiny on the Bounty story since I read Nordhoff and Hall's book in high school. Over the years, a lot of research has been done to put together a more accurate story of what happened on the Bounty. One of the best books that I've read about this is Caroline Alexander's 2003 book, "The Bounty: The True Story of the Mutiny on the Bounty."

I give "The Bounty" five stars for pure entertainment. My favorite Bounty film is still the original version with Charles Laughton and Clark Gable (despite having a lot of historical inaccuracies), but this one is a close second.


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