The Last Samurai 2003 HDDVD 1080p TrueHD 5.1 VC-1 HYBRID REMUX-FraMeSToR

The Last Samurai (2003)

Director: Edward Zwick
Stars: Ken Watanabe, Tom Cruise, William Atherton, Chad Lindberg

Runtime: 154 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Action, Drama

Rating: 7.7* (may differ)
Votes: 404230 (may differ)

Release Date: 2003-12-05 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): R (taken from IMDb)

Summary: In the 1870s, Captain Nathan Algren, a cynical veteran of the American Civil war who will work for anyone, is hired by Americans who want lucrative contracts with the Emperor of Japan to train the peasant conscripts for the first standing imperial army in modern warfare using firearms. The imperial Omura cabinet’s first priority is to repress a rebellion of traditionalist Samurai -hereditary warriors- who remain devoted to the sacred dynasty but reject the Westernizing policy and even refuse firearms. Yet when his ill-prepared superior force sets out too soon, their panic allows the sword-wielding samurai to crush them. Badly wounded Algren’s courageous stand makes the samurai leader Katsumoto spare his life; once nursed to health he learns to know and respect the old Japanese way, and participates as advisor in Katsumoto’s failed attempt to save the Bushido tradition, but Omura gets repressive laws enacted- he must now choose to honor his loyalty to one of the embittered sides when the conflict returns to the battlefield…

Links: iMDBNFO

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10 Responses

  1. Diego Vera says:

    What a nice upload! Thanks

  2. Jim says:

    Little confused when reading the NFO. When it says, “HD-DVD was used for the video and a couple of subtitles, the Blu-ray discs for the audio tracks and rest of the subtitles.”, what is the difference between HD-DVD and Blu-ray discs? I thought they were the same?

    • Jumba says:

      The only difference I am aware of is that Blu-ray discs can store way more size compared to HD-DVDs.
      Most likely they used the HD-DVD because of better video quality compared to the Blu-ray discs available but Blu-ray audio was better compared to the HD-DVD.

      • Sandip says:

        Yes you are right. Most of the HdDvd has better grain than Blu-ray. Like I request of Deer hunter. Most critics said that HdDvd for that movie is best version among all. Which is even better than Studio canal remastered version. Dear JUMBA please upload 4k remastered version of 1080p Remux. If you can find Shout Factory source for 1080p Remux, than it would be awesome. Source is from Dorukhan release.
        Shout! Factory USA Release
        Disc Title: The Deer Hunter
        Disc Label: The Deer Hunter 1978 2160p UHD Blu-ray HEVC DTS-HD MA 5.1-CrsS
        Thanks JUMBA

    • Kyle Clark says:

      Jim, the U.S. release of the movie on HD-DVD and Blu-ray are the exact same — same video (VC-1) bitrate, same lossy Dolby audio. However the top of the .NFO file states that the Blu-ray they used for the audio was a CEE import — either the Czech Republic or Poland in this case, both of which are CEE nations and both of which had localized TrueHD audio Blu-ray releases.

  3. Vando says:

    Thank you Jumba and FraMeSToR.

  4. Sandip says:

    Nice to see some Hddvd combo. Brilliant upload as always. Please upload The Deer Hunter 1978 with same Hddvd Remux combo in 1080p Remux if you can find. Thanks JUMBA

  5. Billy Hoyle says:

    Thanks bud. Replaces ‘The.Last.Samurai.2003.REMUX.1080p.BluRay.TrueHD.5.1.VC-1-FGT’ for me 😛

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