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Casablanca
Casablanca
Actors: Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt
Director: Michael Curtiz
Genres: Drama, Military & War
PG     1998     1hr 42min

A truly perfect movie, the 1942 Casablanca still wowsviewers today, and for good reason. Its unique story of a love triangle set against terribly high stakes in the war against a monster is sophisticated instead of outland...  more »

     

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Aimee M. (AimeeM)
Reviewed on 2/5/2008...
Did you Know:
Casablanca has been officially rated as the "second greatest movie ever made" (For those of you curious, "Citizen Kane" was the number 1... THAT movie I have never seen)

I finally sat down to watch Casablanca, and you know what... it isn't bad! Even in modern times it is an entertaining movie for the evening. It is star-studded (obviously) and well acted by all. The dialog is rich with GREAT one liners... many of which we can probably quote without even seeing the movie.
And the love story ends morally correct.

GREAT movie, worth watching several times.

My Favorite Line:
Bogey (to the Chief of Police): "I've got this gun aimed right at your heart."
Chief of Police: "That is my LEAST vulnerable spot"
1 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.

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Special Edition? Nothing Special
HD DVD fan | 01/10/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I was also peeved by the lack of details about this "Collector's Set", so I went hunting.Bottom line: Unles you want lobby cards, 8X10 stills, and a few other "collectables", save your money. The DVD itself in the "Collector's Set" appears to be identical to the DVD in the original release. Based on other vendors' sites, here's what you get for the extra money:- Lobby Cards: 8 Original limited edition lobby card prints.
- Senitype: Exclusive limited edition senitype® image from movie with 35mm film frame.
- Theatrical Poster: Original one sheet movie poster (27 x 40 ).
- Exclusive Collection: 6 Original Limited Edition B & W Photograph Stills.Information regarding the DVD in the "Collector's Set" is:
DVD CONTAINS:
- Digitally restored image and cleaned soundtrack.
- Theatrical trailers.
- YOU MUST REMEBER THIS, a 36-minute documentary newly updated with recently discovered, unseen outakes and screen tests.
- Special introduction by screen legend Lauren Bacall, wife of Humphrey Bogart.I didn't see any new DVD features on any site.This is one of the greatest films ever made, but the "extras" aren't worth the extra $... to me. I'll gladly take the original release, which should be in everyone's DVD library!!"
"You must remember this"....
W. M. Robbins | The Beautiful Blue Ridge | 10/27/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It's hard to believe that when Casablanca was filmed at Warner Bros. Studios in 1942 it was "just another" of the 50 or so films that the studio was producing every year, as Lauren Bacall points out in the documentary about the film included in the special features. The movie was an instant success with audiences everywhere, and won three Academy Awards including Best Picture. Called "America's most popular and beloved movie- and rightly so" by The Motion Picture Guide, and "The best Hollywood movie of all time" by Leonard Maltin, Casablanca was voted the #2 film in a list of the top 100 films of this century by the American Film Institute.
Set in refugee strewn French North Africa in 1942, Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), a night club owner, and his friend Captain Louis Renault (Claude Rains), Prefect of Police, enter into a wager as to whether or not Resistance Leader Victor Laslo (Paul Henreid) will be able to escape Casablanca and reach the Free World. When Laslo arrives in Casablanca, Rick is stunned to find him accompanied by his ex-lover, Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman). Filled with mystery, suspense, intrigue and romance, Casablanca will remain a favorite of classic movie lovers for years to come.
The supporting cast include Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre and Dooley Wilson as Rick's piano playing confidant, Sam. The entire cast are superb, the settings are excellent, and the cinematogrophy is wonderful.
The song "As Time Goes By" was made famous by Casablanca, as it's melody is entwined throughout the film, and it too is now a classic, filled with romance and nostalgia.
This is one film that absolutely MUST be in your DVD library!"
Casablanca HD DVD technical quality
HD DVD fan | San Juan, P.R., USA | 01/01/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I agree that any review of an HD DVD disk should include an opinion as to its technical quality, if possible comparing it to the regular DVD release. For the Casablanca HD DVD, I found the following opinion in the online magazine Perfect Vision, a high end technologically oriented magazine: "Casablanca is the film to see as the black-and-white showcase of hi-def. The setting of Morocco and Rick's Café Americain jump from the screen in breathtaking crystal clarity.""