The Quick And The Dead 1995 Extended 2160p UHD BluRay REMUX HDR HEVC Atmos-EPSiLON

The Quick and the Dead (1995)

Director: Sam Raimi
Stars: Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman, Russell Crowe, Leonardo DiCaprio

Runtime: 107 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Action, Romance, Thriller, Western

Rating: 6.4* (may differ)
Votes: 77210 (may differ)

Release Date: 1995-02-10 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): R (taken from IMDb)

Summary: Ellen, an unknown female gunslinger rides into a small, dingy and depressing prairie town with a secret as to her reason for showing up. Shortly after her arrival, a local preacher, Cort, is thrown through the saloon doors while townfolk are signing up for a gun competition. The pot is a huge sum of money and the only rule: that you follow the rules of the man that set up the contest, Herod. Herod is also the owner, leader, and “ruler” of the town. Seems he’s arranged this little gun-show-off so that the preacher (who use to be an outlaw and rode with Herod) will have to fight again. Cort refuses to ever use a gun to kill again and Herod, acknowledging Cort as one of the best, is determined to alter this line of thinking … even if it gets someone killed …

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4 Responses

  1. Michael Mayers says:

    Good movie but what a terrible 4K movie. That transfer look horrible. I almost feel like the 1080p is way better. I love the movie but I wonder what the studio was thinking with this transfer.

    • movieguy says:

      Sorry, but you need to get your eyes checked…

      I’ve seen it myself, and seen comparisons as well.
      You can check the comparisons online as well, the difference the UHD makes is incredible…

      • uVSthem says:

        Hold on, he might be onto something here. As far as I know only the R-rated theatrical version came out on UHD. The International version, that includes the extra sex scene came out on 1080p Bluray only.

  2. Nog says:

    Ah, that brief moment in time when Sharon Stone got top billing over Russell Crowe and Leonardo DiCaprio.

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