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Cloverfield [DVD] (2008)


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  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0013ZGN98
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,150 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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My 13 year old son wanted this as a gift. So I sat and watched it with him. Not a move I'd watch again, but I enjoyed it enough and my son loves it. ps. it's not for every 13 year old.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By KF on April 5 2008
Format: DVD
I really enjoyed this movie, and I think a big part of the reason is the way it was marketed. There was a lot of mystery, they showed you a decapitated Statue of Liberty on the movie poster, they showed us people running terrified in the streets, but they were careful not to show you what was causing all of this horror. This sparked my curiosity to the point where I just had to see this film, and I was glad I did.

One of the great things about this movie (in my opinion) is the fact that it is made to look like it was filmed with a hand-held camcorder. It has a "home movie" feel to it and that makes the events depicted seem more real.

This film is short and sweet (about 1hr. 15min.) so it doesn't drag on like a lot of movies. I really delivers in the action department. The special effects are well done, the Statue of Liberty gets mangled (as you know), and the Brooklyn Bridge gets destroyed (along with countless other NYC structures), and then there is the monster, which almost looks like a... Okay, I am not going say what the monster looks like, because that would spoil the fun, but it is interesting when it is finally revealed. It leaves you thinking at the end, and that is all I want to say, because I don't want to write a spoiler here :)

If you are looking for a movie with some deep and meaningful or romantic plot, go buy something else. Basiclly, Cloverfield is an entertaining and fun monster movie. If you are into this kind of movie, you have to check this one out!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew King on April 27 2008
Format: DVD
This movie combines the shaky amateurish camera feel of movies like Blair Witch project, with monster-run-amok in NYC movies such as Godzilla and King Kong. It's an interesting concept that is done fairly well here. The strength of this movie is in showing images that completely shock and appear out of left field, of course with the filming style you get the impression it's real. The downside would be a lack of originality, some of the images seem to be pulled right out of footages of 9/11 events and the aforementioned Godzilla movie. Also, we don't get any kind of explanation as to where the heck a monster like this might have come out from and why it would just happen to choose NYC as it's coming-out party. "Cloverfield" is decent entertainment that will keep you on edge but the logistics of trying to comprehend this movie are ultimately very frustrating.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Pattison on July 13 2009
Format: DVD
Monsters are scary, of course; but Cloverfield shows us that the only truly terrifying thing is letting down the one you love.

Highly recommended. Must be seen twice.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By moviesmusiclover on June 30 2008
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Avec les commentaires entendus, je croyais vraiment que ce film allait être mauvais et.... il ne l'ait tellement pas!! Vraiment un film qui se démarque du lot. Les effets spéciaux sont spectaculaires mais mis en arrière plan pour donner plus d'impact au suspence du film. C'est génial. Au début la caméra est un peu énervante mais au bout de 10 minutes on s'y fait et on entre dans le suspence du film. Je donne un beau 9.5/10! Un must à voir pour tous les amateurs d'horreur et de GROSSES BEBITES!!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Driscoll on April 4 2008
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There are many things being said about Cloverfield and most of them are good. I don't want to retread many of the points other people have made, but because I saw this last night and absolutely loved it I'm probably going to cover some things that have already been said. Suffice to say, Cloverfield, along with perhaps the South Korean monster movie gem The Host, is without a doubt the best monster movie to come a long in a very long time. Were it not for the persistent "shaky" camera work criticisms it's getting, I would expect Cloverfield's reputation to enter the Jaws echelon in the coming years. It had reached that degree of horror and suspense for me but time will tell.

Cloverfield is intentionally framed in a very unique way. The audience becomes aware that what they are watching is supposed to be real recovered footage taken on the film's main character's camera. His name is Rob Hawkins and some of the earlier footage on the camera shows him with his girlfriend Beth. The more recent footage shows a surprise going-away party in Manhattan that Rob's friends and his brother Jason threw for him after he got a promotion. He is ultimately relocating to Japan. We find that Rob is no longer with his girlfriend at the time of the party, and just as Rob's friend Hud (the guy filming most of Cloverfield) and his brother talk him into patching things up with Beth, something goes very wrong in Manhattan. What happens after we meet these people, and maybe even begin to care about them for 84 minutes, is where the horror begins. I'm not going to say anything else about the film, because it is entirely worth seeing without knowing anymore than I have already revealed.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sebastien Lessard on Nov. 24 2008
Format: DVD
This movie suprised me. I knew some things about it before hand, but I really enjoyed it. Some people didn't like the camera work but I absolutely loved it. It really makes you feel part of the movie and connects you to the characters and their plight. The special effects are top notch.

When it comes to the extras there's some good things but nothing spectacular. The Cloverfield making of featurette runs close to 30 minutes. It's informative, maybe worth watching once.

It's one of those movies that you watch and the more you think of it afterwards, you say to yourself "man that was good".
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