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Cast Away [Blu-ray]

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3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (458 customer reviews)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect!!!!! Jan. 28 2013
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
I love amazon, super fast shipping and quality product is really good.movie is a really good i do recomend, this is one of the best movie ever
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hanks is superb Feb. 29 2012
By Steven Aldersley TOP 50 REVIEWER
Format:Blu-ray
Cast Away (2000)
Drama, 143 minutes
Directed by Robert Zemeckis
Starring Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks was probably the biggest box office draw for around 10 years, starting with Philadelphia in 1993. Like Meryl Streep, his performances haven't always won the awards they deserved. We expect excellence from Hanks and Streep, and it's never easy to add an Oscar after you have already won twice. Cast Away sees Hanks give one of his best performances, and that's saying a lot.

The opening part of the film introduces us to the life of Chuck Noland (Hanks). He works for FedEx and is obsessed with time. Everything has to happen according to schedule or he considers himself a failure. Noland is in love with Kelly Frears (Helen Hunt), but his life is too busy for him to make her his main priority. They have to exchange Christmas gifts in the car on their way to the airport because he doesn't make time for anything more significant. This is a common theme in the lives of too many people. We rush around, earning as much money as we can, barely slowing down long enough to spend time with the people we love. You don't miss it until it's gone.

Noland's plane crashes and he's the sole survivor. He manages to swim ashore and finds himself alone on an island. This isn't a new idea, but the execution is excellent. Noland is used to a comfortable life and has to learn how to survive in his new surroundings. Where will he live? What will he eat? Will he need to protect himself? What if he's ill or in pain? How will he remain sane? How will he escape and make his way back to civilization?

I enjoy Cast Away because it's such a peaceful movie. All we hear are natural sounds while Noland is trapped on the island.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Like most great wines, it ages well... Aug. 3 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Tom Hanks and Robert Zemeckis renew (at the time, that is)...

After Forrest Gump, it took 8 long years before the duo teamed up again for something quite different but which would be just as powerful and poignant.

In the hands of lesser directors and actors, the film would have crumbled under such high pressure: an actor alone on a deserted island with next to no dialogue, and a script that could undo it all if not handled perfectly.

To both ends, Cast Away is a brilliant success. Hanks proves most capable to endorse anything thrown at him and Zemeckis handles the material with grace without becoming ever too graphic or too exploitive. A tough act to balance, Cast Away has its mixture of comedy, drama, suspense and many heartbreaking scenes.

The film may already be 12 years old, but slightly dated effects do not drown its ever important message.

The second disc is worth a watch for all its special features do not appear on the blu-ray and it doesn't look like it ever will.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Way overhyped. It was good, just not THAT good. Feb. 11 2007
Format:DVD
Quckly: Not bad, but not that good. Was way too popular when it came out, and I'm not sure why.

Summary: big fex-ex add where one of the bosses gets stranded on an island for 5 years.

The Good: the best part of this movie was the soundtrack. Well rather the lack of one (almost, see The Ugly). The entire time Mr. Hanks is stranded there is no music, no score, no mood tunes, nothing. Just the sounds that his character would hear. This added a great feel to the entire movie (well almost the entire movie). Probably the best man vs the elements movie I have seen since Perfect Storm. The acting was actually rather well, and you actually got the feel of Mr. Hanks loosing it. Wilson is actually funny, well the concept at least.

The Bad: I've heard many people call this a Fed-ex add, and well I have to agree with them. What I didn't expect was a bad add, the kind you would never air. Lets see what I learned. Fed-ex bosses abuse thier workers, they have no lives, their jobs consume them, they family life suffers and even then the packages still go out late. Their planes aren't safe, their pilots poor, and if they do 'loose' a package, they have no problem opening it to see if there is anything usefull inside. I wouldn't call that a good add for Fed-ex. I really didn't like the end of this movie. Sure it did the almost cool full circle, but it just didn't have the impact the rest of the movie did. It should have ended with the rescue. I didn't need to see just how badly he didn't fit in now.

The Ugly: okay earlier I praised the lack of a score or soundtrack. Well it's not totally gone. Every now and then, much to my chagrin they felt the need to throw in some mood music. The scene where Wilson floats away being the most memorable. That just pissed me off.
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5.0 out of 5 stars unwooden Hollywood June 22 2004
Format:DVD
Greeting comrads. Whats all can be said. read Yugijouohs' stunning review here in this Amazon customer review section, and you can believe me, he be harsher than I would have been if i talk , but that's repeating, he has said all there is to say! But I'll toss my 2 lira - Helen Hunt is the cats pajamas for ME personally--as opposed to me impersonally haha eddu make funny--and if had known she was not going to appear in Cast Away, I would not have even gone to see it.As mia santa momma said , flattery is no pizza,...but I will smash that rule here. WHENEVER Ms. Hunt is on picture, the movie is EYECATCHING! Again, see Yugijouohs review for more "depth" , I only write to urge you, the last TWENTY minutes of this movie recall the label on minestrone soup cans when i was a boy- Mm Mm GOOD! Probably the best use of digital storage in this crazy filmmaking world. Happily, this is my first positive review on Amazon, and this kind of filmmaking must "be a shining city on the hill" like Ronald Reagan speech! I say, Stay away from bad foreign film, go see Hollywood..(you may learn english)! To say 1 negative thing, the scenery shots ARE boring & Hanks seems a very disengenous man. To believe this movie was hardly "test screened", I love that this type of movie ending is not what world "wants"(?) At most you cant turn your DVD off when Mr Hanks is rescued,the movie would get malto bazillioniano stars I give in the review. This is my best advice.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must to see
As the only one to survive a plane crash. He must learn how to coup with physical and emotional problems with being the only person on the deserted island.
Published 22 days ago by David Snow
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
tout est parfait
Published 1 month ago by francois bisson
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
fab
Published 1 month ago by madeleine champagne
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
good good good. tres tres bon
Published 1 month ago by Philippe
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank you, i received it on time.
Thank you,i received it on time.
AAAAA+++++
Published 1 month ago by Seti Parsad
5.0 out of 5 stars Wilson!!
The story's remarkably good. Tom Hanks' acting is superb. And the blu-ray picture of the tropical island is perfect. Just the thing to watch when you're snowed in.
Published 2 months ago by Scissorpaws
5.0 out of 5 stars Good
The DVD was good quality. Case was in good shape. Movie was ok. But unbelievable in some spots. And it was so loud in some spots and then really quiet in others.
Published 5 months ago by SAHMof3
4.0 out of 5 stars Cast Away
Again we enjoyed the original movie. This was also purchased at a friends request, so I'm sure she is enjoying it.
I will borrow it back to watch too.
Published 7 months ago by Linda Crofton
3.0 out of 5 stars Cast Away
I saw this film many years ago and I did not remember that I was disappointed with the way the movie ended. He wound up alone without the love of his life. I thought that was sad. Read more
Published 8 months ago by 123schipperke
5.0 out of 5 stars Cast Away
The movie shows how much endurance the human body can stand and Tom Hanks did a superb job as Chuck Noland. A must see.
Published 14 months ago by Robert Bockus
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