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Warner Bros : Una Historia Para El Recuerdo [DVD]

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El colorido de 85 años de legado de la Warner Bros. está documentado en esta producción: Warner Bros.: Una Historia para el Recuerdo, una presentación de American Masters. La película de cinco horas, es una producción Lorac en asociación con Warner Bros. Entertainment y se estrenó a nivel nacional, 23 de septiembre, 24 y 25 de 2008. El galardonado cineasta y crítico de cine Richard Schickel es el director, guionista y productor. Clint Eastwood es el productor ejecutivo y narrador. (FILMAFFINITY)


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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good record of Warner Bros. history seen through its films - but beware: the 2nd half has a lot of smutty film clips 16 de agosto de 2013
Por Christopher Schwinger - Publicado en Amazon.com
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As a documentary, it does what it's supposed to do: combines interviews, narration, and film clips to give a history of the Warner Brothers studio. I like the documentary The Brothers Warner a bit better because of its more personal history, but this one gives you a stronger understanding of the attitudinal changes in Warner Brothers movies from the 30s to the present. Warner Brothers has always been a studio interested in controversy, but under Harry Warner, the original president, it was interested in social reform, while since the 60s (with Jack Warner trying to change with the times, and also under future leadership), its 2 guiding principles have been 1) Does it make money? and 2) Does an important director or actor have a passion for the project? The problem is, an important person who has a passion to make a gruesome movie, like Stanley Kubrick or Martin Scorsese, is given free rein by Warner Brothers to fill movies with obscene content and gore. Nowhere does this documentary include the opinions of people talking about that being wrong. The opinions of people like Scorsese and like-minded film critics fill the documentary, about the greatness of being free to do what you want with your movies at Warner Brothers. The 2nd half of this 5-hour documentary is filled with horribly gory images amid the more interesting narration, which made it more of a record of how awful movies got than an enjoyable documentary.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A fascinating and comprehensive documentary 10 de mayo de 2009
Por calvinnme - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I saw this documentary on PBS last year, and it is highly recommended for anyone who is interested in film history and the history of the most successful entertainment empire today - Warner Brothers. It's much better than "Here's Looking At You", the documentary made in the 90's on the studio. For one, there is one consistent narrator - Clint Eastwood, rather than a series of personalities as there was in "Here's Looking at You". In "Here's Looking at You" it seems like these series of narrators are there to show themselves off rather than talk about studio history. Eastwood keeps the focus on the studio, its product, and its strategy.

Of course, as the studio moves into the era of special effects the documentary can't help but show off a little bit with some of their superhero and fantasy films, but I'll grant them that. Because so many of the directors that were around when Warners transformed from an upstart playing with sound to a major studio have passed on, they have interviews from the 60's and 70's with directors such as Mervin Le Roy talking about what it was like in the early days. Of course, there is a big focus on Jack Warner who turned out to be much a much shrewder studio head than his nemesis Louis B. Mayer over at MGM. It shows how Warner made the decisions that got the studio through the depression, the war, and the competition of television.

I might have missed it, but I don't think the documentary talked too much about a very bad move that Jack Warner made that only the good fortune of the future managed to rectify. At one point Jack Warner sold the pre-1949 Warner film library to raise capital. Warner Bros. would today remain a studio with the finest part of its legacy no longer under its control had it not been for Ted Turner purchasing the RKO/pre-1949 WB/pre-1986 MGM film library in the 80's and then reuniting it under Warner Bros. control at the turn of the century when Ted Turner sold his interests in his cable network and film library back to Time-Warner. This is mentioned in "When the Lion Roared", the sister documentary on MGM.

In conclusion, this is a very good documentary on the history of Warner Bros. and its lasting film legacy. Highly recommended.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas this rich history will amaze you with it's detail and extraordinary story telling 23 de julio de 2016
Por Scott Kirkland - Publicado en Amazon.com
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A multi-night viewing, this rich history will amaze you with it's detail and extraordinary story telling. Hollywood's beginnings will never be forgotten as soon as you know how it truly began. A gem in a collection for any Hollywood history seeker, and dare I say a diamond for detail in the always entertaining story of how the silver screen got it's start. You'll feel like you just got off the bus on Hollywood and Highland with a dream.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 14 de mayo de 2017
Por Wayne - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Great for history buffs.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not Rated documentary should be rated "R" 21 de febrero de 2013
Por C. Andrews - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Although this documentary has a bit more on the actual movies than MGM When The Lion Roared, the violence of the last several decades is graphically shown. There is also salty language from those interviewed, so this isn't for the whole family. I'm wondering what the original plan was for this release.

Besides the other authoring defects already mentioned in other reviews, there is a difference in what the insert mentions as available for subtitles: English, French, Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese and Thai; and what is actually on the disc menu: English, French, Japanese and Portuguese. If this was for North American release, I would wonder where Spanish is, which begs the question about which market this was intended for.


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