The Last Song (BLU-RAY)

The Last Song

On Blu-Ray: 
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Running Time: 
1 Hour, 47 Minutes

I've already had to sit through Nicholas Sparks' tearjerker The Last Song once in theaters. Now that it's been released on Blu-ray, is it any better?

Miley Cyrus stars as 17 year old Ronnie, a rebellious young girl struggling to find her place in the world. When she is sent to her father’s house in Savannah, GA for the summer, she becomes entangled with Will (Liam Hemsworth), a local boy who is instantly attracted to her. In your typical Nicholas Sparks fashion, it’s a summer filled with romance, heartache, and everything in between.

It looks good. The picture is crisp and the audio is great, if you like hearing Miley Cyrus sing that is. The white beaches and blue skies of Savannah, Georgia look fantastic. Blu-rays are starting to get to that point where unless something horribly goes wrong in the transfer or it's a classic film, the quality is going to be great.

Set Tour with Bobby Coleman, Music Video and Making of the Music Video, “When I Look At You“ with Miley Cyrus, Alternate Opening Sequence: The Church Fire, Deleted Scenes, Audio Commentary, and Trailers.

There's actually a decent amount of special features included. The alternate opening sequence gives a much more grim look to the film and I even managed to find a hidden easter egg on the disc. Hint: look out for the turtle icon. The Blu-ray pack also includes the DVD version of the film for to take with you on the go. If you enjoyed the film in theaters, you'll most likely have a good time with the Blu-ray.

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