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Gone in 60 Seconds (Director's Cut)
Gone in 60 Seconds
Director's Cut
Actors: Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Giovanni Ribisi, T.J. Cross, William Lee Scott
Director: Dominic Sena
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
UR     2005     1hr 58min

Fasten your seatbelts for the extended ride of your life in this high-performance, fuel-injected GONE IN 60 SECONDS DIRECTOR'S CUT from producer Jerry Bruckheimer (NATIONAL TREASURE, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF ...  more »
     
     

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Actors: Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Giovanni Ribisi, T.J. Cross, William Lee Scott
Director: Dominic Sena
Creators: Aristides McGarry, Barry H. Waldman, Chad Oman, Denice Shakarian Halicki, Jerry Bruckheimer, H.B. Halicki, Scott Rosenberg
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Crime, Nicolas Cage, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment / Touchstone
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 06/07/2005
Original Release Date: 06/09/2000
Theatrical Release Date: 06/09/2000
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 1hr 58min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Director's Cut
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English
Subtitles: Spanish, French
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Member Movie Reviews

Brad S. (Snibot) from DALLAS, TX
Reviewed on 2/25/2010...
excellent movie, while it is a remake, it gets props for having a good story, excellent direction and fantastic acting.

While all of the main actors had great parts, this film is really made by the "Ladies" Grace Zabriski as the mother is fantastic she really allows you to feel how she is torn in her emotions, but how there truly is no choice that she is given. Frances Fisher is great as Junie, her background provides a punch to Robert Duvall's fatherly presence, (watch her in the scenes that she is just leaving camera, she is spot on.)

Chi McBride really makes this show (as Donnie) I laughed every time he shoed up on screen, and Vinnie Jones (the Sphinx) is just perfect, I have met a few morticians, and that is pretty much what I would expect ...

Props to the cast, they did an amazing job, the chase scenes were a bit overboard but not so much so that it loses what is going on, while it could have done without a few minutes of Hollywood fluff, it didn't ruin the movie for me.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.

Movie Reviews

WARNING TO ALL FANS OF THE ORIGINAL FILM...
Nathan Martin | Ft. Worth, TX. United States | 12/01/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)

"First of all, I love this movie. I was quite surprised to discover it's release on DVD, and needless to say, I grabbed it. There is no doubt that this disc is loaded with extras, but sadly, the claim that the film has been "fully restored" is extremely misleading. The advantage of these review forums, is to provide insight, from someone who has already bought the product, to those interested. And, that's what I'm here to do.Here are the DVD's special features, as listed: LETTERBOXED PRESENTATION (1.85:1), REMASTERED SOUNDTRACK (in Dolby 5.1 and DTS), NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN FOOTAGE, AUDIO COMMENTARY: Jack Vacek (Cinematographer) and Warner Leighton (Editor), 3 TRAILERS (The original theatrical trailers for "GONE IN 60 SECONDS" and "THE JUNKMAN", and another for the remastered version of "GONE IN 60 SECONDS"), EXTENSIVE BEHIND-THE-SCENES PHOTO GALLERY, DVD-ROM CAPABILITIES, INTRODUCTION with Denice Halicki (H.B. Halicki's widow) and "Eleanor".Sounds very enticing, right? That's what I thought. Hell, to be honest, I really didn't care about the extras, as long as I could get H.B. Halicki's original classic on DVD! Naturally, I immediately put the DVD in. Then, my dissapointment began.Now, what the packaging WON'T tell you, and what I'm about to, is that this isn't, in fact, a "fully restored" version of the film, but rather, one that has been doctored. Unfortunately, the entire film has been RE-SCORED with crappy music, supposedly aimed at "updating" this classic film, thereby dumping ALL the music from the original cut. Yep, the catchy opening title "GONE IN 60 SECONDS" tune is gone, along with the "SUPERMAN" tune, and everything else, as well. Needless, to say, I am very disappointed. Why do people feel the need to mess with movies, like they do? I don't think H.B. Halicki would have been proud with what his widow has done with the rights to the film, so far.I probably wouldn't have minded this DVD release, if it had offered the original mono soundtrack on a separate audio channel, like most other remastered DVD's offer. Then, I would have been fine with it, as long as I could have the version I wanted to see. Instead, anyone with hopes to get a brand new copy on either DVD or video of this classic car theft film, in it's original format, are pretty much screwed. And, that's too bad. So, my advice is to stick with the original out-of-print MEDIA Home Entertainment release. Believe me, that tape will still be in great demand for years to come.One more thing, there is a website: www.gonein60seconds.com. Perhaps, this would be a great place for true fans of the film to file their complaints. And, who knows, maybe someday we will see the original version released in a respective manner on DVD."
For true fans of the original classic: here's the lowdown
B. J. Rowan | Florida, USA | 12/13/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"First of all, I've loved this movie since I was 6 years old. My mom and dad saw it in the cinema -- more than once -- while they were dating in 1974. To say the least, this title holds special significance in my whole family. Which is why it's great to see it re-released on both VHS and DVD for all to enjoy.For those of you who, like me, have every scene, every line, every sound effect of the original movie committed to memory, you will be shocked when you play the "remastered" version. For one thing, the picture is beautiful. It's never looked so good. And the soundtrack has never sounded so good, either -- because it's been completely redone from scratch. That's the other thing. The sound effects are all new. Gone are the authentic, live-recorded engine sounds, tire screeches, and other hard effects. Gone also is the original music, including my favorite tune, "I Do Hope The Man Doesn't Catch Me", and the title song, "Gone In Sixty Seconds". For someone looking for a true re-release of the authentic, original film, this is disappointing. But for me, someone who already owns an original copy of the old MEDIA videotape release of the film, I see this remastered version just as a fun modernization of one of my favorite flicks.The new sound effects are beautiful. I am a sound designer among other things, and some of the new crashes and guttural V8 engine sounds made me drool. They may not be true-to-life anymore, but they are great in their own right. It's almost surreal, seeing all these old muscle cars, but hearing crystal-clear digital stereo effects. By contrast, the disturbingly mono original dialogue track underlaid beneath them sounds almost ridiculous! Fortunately, there is no need for much talking during the 40-minute chase, easily the highlight of the film.In short, to really enjoy the remastered version of Gone In 60 Seconds, you've got to take it for what it is -- a modern "refreshment" of the original film. It's been remixed to appeal more to the same young crowd who enjoyed the 2000 remake with Nicholas Cage. If you are a true Gone In 60 Seconds fan, however, don't stop here. Go in search of the original 1974 film in all its glory, on its original video cassette. A true fan must indeed have both, for the audio differences between the two versions are so distinct, you could almost consider them two separate films."
Not as bad as the critics say
SH in Tampa | Tampa FL | 11/27/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Gone in 60 seconds is story about a retired car thief who is forced back into the business when his kid brother ends up on the wrong side of a psychotic gangster. Nicolas Cage's assignment is simple enough, for $200, 000 he must steal 50 cars ... or his brother dies.This movie was blasted by every critic that I saw, however, I think that the critics were overly harsh. Gone in 60 seconds is a high adrenaline, car chase film that requires the viewer to use the same powers of "willing suspension of disbelief" that are necessary for most of Nicolas Cage's action films. Nicolas Cage and a fairly impressive supporting cast (including Robert Duvall, Delroy Lindo, Angelina Jolie) give decent performances despite a script that under used them. Giovanni Ribisi is perfect in the role of Nicolas Cage's over confident younger brother.Great acting, however, is not what this film is about. This film is about fast cars and lots of action, which it delivers. After a brief introduction to the characters, we get to watch how the thieves stalk the individual cars, a part that I found interesting. After this point, it is pretty much a none stop car chase scene, which was fairly well filmed and has a pretty good soundtrack to keep your adrenaline pumped.This may not be the most original or deepest film out there but it is another good action film that is worth renting."