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Full Metal Jacket
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Release Date: 2015-06-12, Audio CD, Imports  read more
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Full Metal Jacket [Blu-ray]
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Full Metal Jacket - Stanley Kubrick's Vietnam War masterpiece  read more
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Full Metal Jacket [HD DVD]
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One of a series of revisionist Vietnam cinema released in the late 1980s, Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket is essentially split into two stories linked by a number of characters. The film follows new recruit Joker (Matthew Modine) and his fellow soldiers through their basic training and into combat in Vietnam. The first half is a chilling portrayal of military brutality and de-humanisation, mainly at the hands of Sgt Hartman (played at a level of staggering intensity by ex-Marine Lee Ermey), that centres around the tragic character of Private Pyle, a young man pushed to the edge of his endurance. The tone of the film is no less harsh when transported to the combat zone as we see the results of the training process in action: the young men turned into unquestioning killing machines. Joker is perhaps the one exception, a soldier with "Born to Kill" written on his helmet who also sports a peace sign on his lapel. But the film finds itself caught in the trap of many of the war movies of the time--how to create audience empathy with characters who are essentially in the wrong. It's a dilemma that Full Metal Jacket never really solves, although as a spectacle the film is a masterpiece. Made in the days before CGI became the norm, the battle sequences--filmed, rather bizarrely, in London's Docklands before its redevelopment--are hugely realistic and are perhaps the key moments of the movie, heightening the disorientation and fear felt by the soldiers. By offering no more than a snapshot of the Vietnam conflict (the action deals with one individual skirmish), Kubrick cleverly leaves any judgement on the war to the audience, although clearly attempting to influence them. The fate of the characters who survive is also left in the balance, but we can perhaps imagine what awaits them. On the DVD: Part of a series of Kubrick DVD reissues, Full Metal Jacket has been treated to the full remastering and restoration treatment. The battle sequences have benefited the most, gaining a new audio and visual crispness and clarity that adds to their already impressive sense of realism--you can almost feel the heat searing from the screen and the explosions detonating around you. Maybe not the best war film ever made, as some may claim, but certainly one to take you right to the heart of the action. --Phil Udell  read more
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Yamaha Pacifica 012 Full Size Electric Guitar - Dark Blue Metallic
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Colour / Finish: Metallic Dark BlueTechnology: Solid BodyBody Shape: Strat ShapeStrings: 6 stringNeck construction: Bolt on neckFrets: 22Scale Length: 25,5" (64,77 cm)Body Material: AgathisNeck: MapleFretboard: RosewoodFretboard Inlays: Dot inlaysPickup Configuration: H-S-S (1x Humbucker, 2x Single Coil)Pickup Selector Switch: 5-way switchControls: 1x volume, 1x toneBridge / Tremolo: Vintage TremoloHardware: Chrome  read more
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Yamaha Pacifica 012 Full Size Electric Guitar - Red Metallic
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Five position lever for pick-up selection Tough lacquer finish protects from humidity Quality tuning gearing gives simple, stable and reliable tuning Rosewood, maple, and Agathis/Nato are used throughout the construction  read more
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Full Metal Jacket (Deluxe Edition) [DVD] [1987]
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One of a series of revisionist Vietnam cinema released in the late 1980s, Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket is essentially split into two stories linked by a number of characters. The film follows new recruit Joker (Matthew Modine) and his fellow soldiers through their basic training and into combat in Vietnam. The first half is a chilling portrayal of military brutality and de-humanisation, mainly at the hands of Sgt Hartman (played at a level of staggering intensity by ex-Marine Lee Ermey), that centres around the tragic character of Private Pyle, a young man pushed to the edge of his endurance. The tone of the film is no less harsh when transported to the combat zone as we see the results of the training process in action: the young men turned into unquestioning killing machines. Joker is perhaps the one exception, a soldier with "Born to Kill" written on his helmet who also sports a peace sign on his lapel. But the film finds itself caught in the trap of many of the war movies of the time--how to create audience empathy with characters who are essentially in the wrong. It's a dilemma that Full Metal Jacket never really solves, although as a spectacle the film is a masterpiece. Made in the days before CGI became the norm, the battle sequences--filmed, rather bizarrely, in London's Docklands before its redevelopment--are hugely realistic and are perhaps the key moments of the movie, heightening the disorientation and fear felt by the soldiers. By offering no more than a snapshot of the Vietnam conflict (the action deals with one individual skirmish), Kubrick cleverly leaves any judgement on the war to the audience, although clearly attempting to influence them. The fate of the characters who survive is also left in the balance, but we can perhaps imagine what awaits them. On the DVD: Part of a series of Kubrick DVD reissues, Full Metal Jacket has been treated to the full remastering and restoration treatment. The battle sequences have benefited the most, gaining a new audio and visual crispness and clarity that adds to their already impressive sense of realism--you can almost feel the heat searing from the screen and the explosions detonating around you. Maybe not the best war film ever made, as some may claim, but certainly one to take you right to the heart of the action. --Phil Udell  read more
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Metal Men: Full Metal Jacket (Legends of Tomorrow (2016))
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HEAVY METAL HEROES!Theyre the bleeding edge of robotics technology, infused by inventor Dr. Will Magnus with abilities-and emotions-of the elements that bind our world together. Theyre the Metal Men, the perfect combination of superhero and supercomputerbut like all computers, they can be hacked.Now a mysterious cyberterrorist known only as the Nameless has set his sights on these extraordinary androids-and that makes them a security risk the U.S. military cant afford. Caught in the crossfire of the war on techno-terror, Magnus and the Metal Men will battle both sides, calling on amazing allies like the Justice Leagues Cyborg to keep up the fight.But the greatest threat may be the next generation of technology. What will happen when they come face to face withMetal Men 2.0?Find out in METAL MEN-a rollicking robotic cyberthriller from comics legend Len Wein (SWAMP THING) and artist Yildiray Cinar! Collects the Metal Men stories from LEGENDS OF TOMORROW #1-6.  read more
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Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket. Portrayal of the Vietnam War
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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Culture an....  read more
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Full Metal Jacket (Deluxe Edition) [Blu-ray] [2001] [Region Free]
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One of a series of revisionist Vietnam cinema released in the late 1980s, Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket is essentially split into two stories linked by a number of characters. The film follows new recruit Joker (Matthew Modine) and his fellow soldiers through their basic training and into combat in Vietnam. The first half is a chilling portrayal of military brutality and de-humanisation, mainly at the hands of Sgt Hartman (played at a level of staggering intensity by ex-Marine Lee Ermey), that centres around the tragic character of Private Pyle, a young man pushed to the edge of his endurance. The tone of the film is no less harsh when transported to the combat zone as we see the results of the training process in action: the young men turned into unquestioning killing machines. Joker is perhaps the one exception, a soldier with "Born to Kill" written on his helmet who also sports a peace sign on his lapel. But the film finds itself caught in the trap of many of the war movies of the time--how to create audience empathy with characters who are essentially in the wrong. It's a dilemma that Full Metal Jacket never really solves, although as a spectacle the film is a masterpiece. Made in the days before CGI became the norm, the battle sequences--filmed, rather bizarrely, in London's Docklands before its redevelopment--are hugely realistic and are perhaps the key moments of the movie, heightening the disorientation and fear felt by the soldiers. By offering no more than a snapshot of the Vietnam conflict (the action deals with one individual skirmish), Kubrick cleverly leaves any judgement on the war to the audience, although clearly attempting to influence them. The fate of the characters who survive is also left in the balance, but we can perhaps imagine what awaits them. On the DVD: Part of a series of Kubrick DVD reissues, Full Metal Jacket has been treated to the full remastering and restoration treatment. The battle sequences have benefited the most, gaining a new audio and visual crispness and clarity that adds to their already impressive sense of realism--you can almost feel the heat searing from the screen and the explosions detonating around you. Maybe not the best war film ever made, as some may claim, but certainly one to take you right to the heart of the action. --Phil Udell  read more
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Skullcandy Full Metal Jacket In-Ear Audio Earbud Headphones with Mic - Black
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Skullcandy FMJ In-Ear Headphones with Mic and Volume Controls 2011 Range The Skull Candy FMJ In-Ear Headphones are part of the new 2011 Skull Candy Collection available at Advanced MP3 Players. You are trying to work out what the FMJ stands for aren't you? Well Skull Candy Call these their Full Metal Jacket buds! Hard hitting wide frequency response and minimal design. Keeping it simple The in-ear FMJ headphones by Skull Candy boast an incredibly simple design. Usually you associate Skull Candy with a colourful and in-your-face bud but not these. These look subtle clean cut and break the trend! Coming supplied with Comply Foam Tips you can be sure of a comfortable fit and excellent acoustic seal. Made for iPod & iPhone The FMJ headphone features a neat in-line 3 button control system that is specially designed for iPod iPhone and Blackberry models. No need to take your gadget out your pocket to change tracks or make calls use the integrated remote and volume controls. Powerful and wide response You can throw up to 500mW of power at the Skull Candy FMJ and they continue to pump out your music in a fashion that will have you nodding along to the beat. You FMJ headphones will also give you a clean and prcise audio throughout the frequencies of 16Hz - 20kHz. Accessories and Cabling The FMJs come with a pocket-sized carry case which is perfect for storage when your earphones are not in use. Slip them into your pockect beside your MP3 Player or bag next to your Internet Tablet and be on your travels. There is also the hidden gem inside the package there is a set of Comply Tips inside for the most comfortable in-ear fit. Features Designed for iPhone In-line volume control Various sized eartips for the best acoustic seal and comfortable wearing Durable pocket size carrying case Available in multiple colours 11mm Driver Frequency Response of 20Hz - 20kHz Mixed material housing  read more
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Der amerikanische Kriegsfilm - Full Metal Jacket ein Film über den Krieg und ein Film über Kriegsfilme?
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2004 im Fachbereich Filmwissenschaft, Note: 2,3, Freie Universitat Berlin....  read more
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Skullcandy Full Metal Jacket In-Ear Audio Earbud Headphones with Mic - Black
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Skullcandy FMJ In-Ear Headphones with Mic and Volume Controls 2011 Range The Skull Candy FMJ In-Ear Headphones are part of the new 2011 Skull Candy Collection available at Advanced MP3 Players. You are trying to work out what the FMJ stands for aren't you? Well Skull Candy Call these their Full Metal Jacket buds! Hard hitting wide frequency response and minimal design. Keeping it simple The in-ear FMJ headphones by Skull Candy boast an incredibly simple design. Usually you associate Skull Candy with a colourful and in-your-face bud but not these. These look subtle clean cut and break the trend! Coming supplied with Comply Foam Tips you can be sure of a comfortable fit and excellent acoustic seal. Made for iPod & iPhone The FMJ headphone features a neat in-line 3 button control system that is specially designed for iPod iPhone and Blackberry models. No need to take your gadget out your pocket to change tracks or make calls use the integrated remote and volume controls. Powerful and wide response You can throw up to 500mW of power at the Skull Candy FMJ and they continue to pump out your music in a fashion that will have you nodding along to the beat. You FMJ headphones will also give you a clean and prcise audio throughout the frequencies of 16Hz - 20kHz. Accessories and Cabling The FMJs come with a pocket-sized carry case which is perfect for storage when your earphones are not in use. Slip them into your pockect beside your MP3 Player or bag next to your Internet Tablet and be on your travels. There is also the hidden gem inside the package there is a set of Comply Tips inside for the most comfortable in-ear fit. Features Designed for iPhone In-line volume control Various sized eartips for the best acoustic seal and comfortable wearing Durable pocket size carrying case Available in multiple colours 11mm Driver Frequency Response of 20Hz - 20kHz Mixed material housing  read more
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Full Metal Whore
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Release Date: 2015-09-04, Audio CD, Out Of Line  read more
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Full Metal Jousting [DVD]
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DVD-R: This title is manufactured-on-demand when ordered from The Canny Store using the highest quality DVD-R discs.  read more
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Full Metal Diaper
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Release Date: 2005-06-14, Audio CD, Cdbaby/Cdbaby  read more
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Full Metal Coloring Book
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Pages: 62, Edition: 1, Paperback, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform  read more
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Full metal alchemist 14
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Paperback, Norma Editorial S.a.  read more
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Full Heavy Metal Box
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Release Date: 2013-04-26, Audio CD, Golden Core (ZYX)  read more
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Full Metal Overdrive
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Release Date: 2004-08-09, Audio CD, Lobster  read more
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