Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Coyote Ugly |
The Double-Shot Edition
Actors: Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia, LeAnn Rimes, Tyra Banks, Bridget Moynahan
Genres: Comedy, Drama
From hit-making producer Jerry Bruckheimer (Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy) comes the unrated extended cut of Coyote Ugly. With an unbeatable cast of hot stars including Piper Perabo (The Prestige ) and Maria Bello (Payb... more »
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KiWiSouP | Minneapolis, MN USA | 06/03/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I got my hands on a copy the week before it came out and here are the extra parts that weren't in the initial release...even as bonus deleted scenes. I may have missed some...it has been some time since I have seen the movie.
- Extra solo dance scene with Tyra Banks to the song "Up In Here" (If Tyra could dance a little better they probably would have kept this scene)
- More outfits and dialogue can be seen in the changing room scene with Violet and Cammy.
- Phone conversation with Violet's dad includes her telling him to hold on while she dresses.
- Sex scene has been upgraded to softcore porn. (Obvious body double)
- Bra scene on the bar seems to be extended, correct me if I'm wrong
- New baseball scene with Cammy taking her clothes off to distract the opposing team. (Cheesy)
- Various inserted close up shots of the women's curves.
My advice is to stick with the original version. I have bought unrated DVDs before and this is the ONLY one where I regret doing so. Unless you are a straight man...which if you were, why are you buying this chick flick? That's about the only person who would enjoy the new additions. I literally cringe every time the new scenes come on. The theatrical version was sexy...but not in your face, trying way too hard to be sexy like this version."
A Movie to Howl For!-"COYOTE UGLY"!
C-Girl 25 | Florida, USA | 11/11/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
""Coyote Ugly" has to be the best romantic dramedy this year, even though this year has had it's share of bad romances-Autumn in New York, Down to You and The Next Best Thing just to name a few. The bar dancing scenes are incredible accompanied by a fantastic soundtrack including one of my favorites, "Pour Some Sugar on Me". Plus there are two new great songs from LeAnn Rimes,who is also in the movie, but I'm not reviewing the soundtrack so I'll skip this. And that's just the stuff you see in the previews. What you don't see on the surface through the previews are the great performances from newcomer Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia and the always great John Goodman. the story is mainly about Piper Perabo's character, nicknamed Jersey, who goes into the big city trying to get someone to perform her well written songs. She runs into several problems with a new boyfriend, some disagreements with her father, and many crazy encounters at the bar "Coyote Ugly". The title is explained in the movie to mean when you go home with a one night stand after a night of big drinking and you wake up with someone so ugly that you would rather chew your arm off than wake them up to know you're leaving. Believe me, you're not going to feel that way leaving this one! BUY THIS MOVIE!!!"
A modern Cinderella story... with rhythm!
boparish | Snohomish, WA United States | 01/02/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Let's begin with what this movie is NOT: It isn't Academy material nor is it a cure for cancer. It IS a fun, romantic (and yes, sometimes cliched) fairy tale about attractive young people pursuing dreams. The performances are credible and the music propels the story along at a pace that keeps you from concentrating too much on the paper-thin plot line. For those gray days when you need entertainment that lifts the spirit even if it doesn't tax the mind, this movie fills the bill. Remember "Dirty Dancing", "Footloose" and "Flashdance"? If you like these movies (and I do), sit back, dispend disbelief and just enjoy the exuberant show!"
So Much More Than The Preview
Reviewer | 08/24/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"A talented young woman from New Jersey, filled with hope and desire, moves to New York to chase her dreams of becoming a songwriter in "Coyote Ugly," directed by David McNally and starring Piper Perabo. Against the wishes of her father, Bill (John Goodman), but with his acquiescent approval, Violet (Perabo) begins her quest and soon learns what every aspiring newcomer to show business discovers: It's tough out there. Soon, in order to pay the rent and keep the dream alive, on a tip she seeks employment in a bar called Coyote Ugly; the owner, Lil (Maria Bello) lets her "audition (work one night)" to see if she can handle their kind of action. It's a tough gig, but Violet knows she's going to have to make certain sacrifices if she's to succeed. And that is really what this movie is all about: Personal character, having the tenacity to maintain ideals and dignity, and deciding what and how much one must be willing to sacrifice to achieve one's goals; and most importantly, having enough heart to see it all through. Perabo gives a winning performance as Violet; she's fresh, somewhat naive (but not entirely), and the way she presents her character makes it easy to connect with her right away. She becomes someone you care about quickly, and there are moments early on, especially when she first arrives in New York, that allow you to emphasize with her immediately. There's a fragility about her, but at the same time she exhibits a strength of character and sense of morality that is becoming; and being able to convey this level of complexity convincingly is a tribute to her ability as an actress. John Goodman also does a good job as her father, a caring bear of a man who obviously has nothing but the best intentions for his daughter at heart. His performance, and the way the situation of his having to let Violet go is handled makes it believable, and helps create an emotional bond between them and the audience. It's something with which many will be able to identify, and it becomes one of the underlying strengths of the film. One of the weaknesses of this project comes, not from the movie itself, but from the "promotion" of the movie; in this case the theatrical trailer, which is a gross misrepresentation of what "Coyote Ugly" really is. Certainly the "coyotes" and the bar are a significant part of the film, and it's all exceptionally well and tastefully done, and is a fun part of the movie and definitely gives it some life; but I think the presentation in the trailer will do more to alienate a cross-section of audience that ultimately would appreciate this movie, but initially at least will not even see it, and only because of a misconception caused by the preview. It must be noted that this is a PG-13; there is nary a profane word, and no sex or nudity in it. It is an upbeat, entertaining film that should be readily embraced by a much wider audience than one would expect simply from seeing the trailer. The excellent supporting cast includes Adam Garcia (Kevin), Izabella Miko (Cammie), Melanie Lynskey (Gloria), Bridget Moynahan (Rachel), Tyra Banks (Zoe) and LeAnn Rimes (In a cameo as herself). Hopefully, if only by word-of-mouth, this movie will gain the audience it deserves. Reminiscent of "Flashdance," there is a universal theme here of having a dream and going for it. In the final analysis, "Coyote Ugly" is a decent film that will appeal to anyone who's ever had or pursued a dream. Do yourself a favor, put any preconceived notions aside and check this one out; I think you'll be glad you did."