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A Clockwork Orange (2 Disc Special Edition) (Bilingual)


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  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Oct. 23 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (229 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000VBJE96
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,697 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Peter Boyce on July 1 2010
Format: Blu-ray
This movie is a genuine classic. The picture quality on Blue-ray is outstanding. Amazing what these guys can do with old film. If you have never viewed this movie...what are you waiting for ? The sound track isn't going to blow anyone away, so this movie isn't going to show off that aspect of your home theatre, but the story and picture more than make up for it.This is a must have title for anyones collection. Also, there is a recent interview with Malcolm McDowell and his friends and family that id definately worth a watch.Many of the movies from this time period haven't aged well as far as the story lines go. But Kubrick was way ahead of his time when he put this movie out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Badgley TOP 100 REVIEWER on March 10 2013
Format: DVD
A Clockwork Orange(released Dec/71)was quite the oddity then(I remember well its premiere)and it still remains so,to me.The film takes place in a dystopian near future world in England and remnants of the 60s are everywhere to be seen.To take on such a novel as Burgess got published in /62,would have been an overwhelming undertaking for most directors,but Kubrick rose to the challenge and it remains one of his better known works.The film stars a myriad of wonderful English actors,but the star of course is McDowell himself,who convincingly portrays the leader/hoodlum of the film.The film is many things,not the least of which would include a pervading darkness,cynicism,perverse sexuality from actual acts to artwork,brutality,humour,pathos and metaphoric story telling.
The plot finds McDowell as the leader of a gang.The world he inhabits is filled with such young men who randomly commit unlawful acts of every description.We follow McDowell and his group of misfits from one distasteful incident to another which include beatings,robberies and rapes.They talk in a funny combination of slang,double speak and Yoda-like sentence structure.All is not nirvana in the gang,as slowly but surely two start to rebel against McDowell's leadership.McDowell temporarily puts down the "uprising".However one night when he is leaving a home that he had broken into with the help of his boys,they clobber him in the face with a milk bottle.The gang flees and they leave McDowell to the police.McDowell is taken away and imprisoned.His "rehabilitation" takes the form of sucking up to the Catholic priest in the jail,but all the time his thoughts are bent towards violence.
One day McDowell approaches the priest with the idea of participating in a new program he has heard that can rehabilitate him within two weeks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Brown on Feb. 20 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This movie is a work of art in itself. I loved it when I first watched it 14 years ago and still love it today. I am so glad I bought it
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By tommy on Oct. 17 2012
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I have not seen this movie since college (1982)My son is taking film studies in school and had been discussing this movie with his teacher. He was surprised to hear I had seen it, and asked if I would order it so he could watch it. He loved it! But who doesn't like Malcolm McDowell as a bad guy?
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dean Noble on May 7 2010
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Fresh from the success of 2001, Stanley Kubrick continues his forays into the future in this Orwellian tale of twenty first century dystopia. Written in 1962, released in theatres in 1970 and set in 1995, A Clockwork Orange delves into the strange fetishes and inclinations towards violence of a group of young drug addled street thugs who terrorize for the sheer visceral thrill and who rob and steal for the financial payoff of which they generate towards more drugs and more crime in a vicious repeating cycle. This dark futuresque vision was innovative in its time and won Stanley Kubrick some academy award nominations in 1970, the year it was released.
The movie starts with them at a local milk bar after having drunken milk laced with synthetic mescaline and adrenachrome. They then go on a few days of craziness through the streets and suburbs of London with all of this culminating in a final climactic act of horrific murder.
The hapless murderer is sent to a reform school and it is at this point that the real point of the movie is made.
The hero of the story, Alexander DeLarge is sent to H.M. Prison Parkmoor and volunteers for a controversial treatment intended to reform prisoners and to curb recidivism of the prison population.
The treatment involves the use of liberal doses of psychedelic and hallucinogenic drugs as well as the forced viewing of violent films. The level of enforcement of the viewing is so profound that eyelid clamps to keep the eyelids open is used as well as the frequent application of saline solution.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lead Cenobite on March 26 2006
Format: DVD
A Clockwork Orange is a magnificent movie. Malcolm McDowell brilliantly portrays Alex, a young man who leads a gang of hooligans ("droogs"). They spend their spare time beating people up and raping women. Then Alex is arrested, goes to prison, and is released after volunteering to undergo a revolutionary treatment for deviant behaviour. I disliked this movie the first time I saw it. There seemed to be no point to the movie, and I found it boring and REALLY weird. How is it weird? All you need to do is watch the opening scene at the milk bar to realize how strange this movie is - the way people dress, the way Alex talks, and so on. Probably the strangest thing about A Clockwork Orange is the interior design of rooms and buildings. The record store, the milk bar, and so on have a very bizarre and futuristic look. For instance, the milk bar has tables and milk dispensers that look like statues of naked women. This movie is so strange, that most people who watch this movie will hate it for that factor alone. But it's important not to let the weirdness or the violence distract you from the point of this movie.
This movie is infamous for its violence. Even if you aren't bothered by the sight of people getting shot in an action movie or stabbed in a horror movie, you might not be able to stomach the violence in this movie. In one scene, the droogs surround and beat up an old drunkard. I'm guessing it's because A Clockwork Orange puts a human face on Alex's victims, whereas the victims in a typical horror movie don't seem like real people - they seem more like caricatures of human beings rather than real people, so we don't care what happens to them.
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