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Daredevil [Blu-ray]

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Darker than its popular comic-book predecessor Spider-Man, the $80 million extravaganza Daredevil was packaged for maximum global appeal, its juvenile plot beginning when 12-year-old Matt Murdock is accidentally blinded shortly before his father is murdered. Later an adult attorney in New York's Hell's Kitchen, Murdock (Ben Affleck) uses his remaining, superenhanced senses to battle crime as Daredevil, the masked and vengeful "man without fear," pitted against dominant criminal Kingpin (Michael Clarke Duncan) and the psychotic Bullseye (Colin Farrell), who can turn almost anything into a deadly projectile. Daredevil is well matched with the dynamic Elektra (Jennifer Garner), but their teaming is as shallow as the movie itself, which is peppered with Marvel trivia and cameo appearances (creator Stan Lee, Clerks director and Daredevil devotee Kevin Smith) and enough computer-assisted stuntwork to give Spidey a run for his money. This is Hollywood product at its most lavishly vacuous; die-hard fans will argue its merits while its red-leathered hero swoops and zooms toward a sequel. --Jeff Shannon

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The Daredevil two-DVD set has plenty to please both film and comic fans. The best feature is an hourlong collection of interviews of people who worked on the comic book, from Stan Lee to Frank Miller to Kevin Smith. (Yes, sharp-eyed fans: the Elektra-Bullseye showdown was closely based on Daredevil #181.) On the film side, director-screenwriter Mark Steven Johnson and producer Gary Foster's commentary track provides background info and some fawning over Jennifer Garner, a text commentary provides more trivia and inside jokes, and an enhanced viewing mode offers production-design featurettes. Most prominently among a bunch of other features, another hourlong documentary goes behind the shooting of the film, and Garner tries to keep a straight face during her screen test. (She got the job.) --David Horiuchi

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5.0 out of 5 stars Daredevil Feb. 5 2013
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Ce film est bon sur DVD, il est encore meilleur sur Blu-ray, excellent film de Marvel, a ajouter à votre collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars surprisingly enjoyable movie July 20 2004
I resisted Daredevil, because, frankly, there is such a glut of "super hero" movies. Not they are bad, but there are Xmen, Hulk, Spiderman...seems there is always another one, but nothing really that stands outs. But I must say this movie surprised me. With engaging performances by Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner in the leads, nice support from bad guys Michael Clark Duncan and Colin Farrell and as the nose-for-news reporter Joe Pantoliano, plus super effects, it's a fun movie. There is a driving soundtrack that really sets the mood for the movie,
music that will cause you to go out and buy the soundtrack.
It's a tight rope act to bringing a comic book story to the screen, too often a movie will take itself too serious, or it comes across as too cartoonish. Davedevil manages that balance. You have enough seriousness to keep you hooked, but it has that "stretch the boundaries" feel to retain the comic book flavor.
The store is the typical line. The young idealistic kid witnesses his father playing muscle for the local hood. Shock by the "fall" of his hero, he runs away and ends up losing his sight to a chemical spill. The kid fights back and takes the
advantages his other senses now give him and won't give into the tragedy. The death of his father, later sending him down the road as the avenger for the downtrodden, the defender of justice. Garner plays his love interest, but she is a pawn sacrificed by her fathers misdeed. The romance between Affleck and Garner is solid, the chemistry very believable. Great fight scenes. All the mix to make this just a very enjoyable movie in this genre.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Don't mess with this guy! April 12 2004
This is a great movie. Affleck is added to the 'Marvel's comic superheroes list'. Okay so it isn't 'Tow towers' or even 'X-men' but it's still good. You'd think Ben Affleck was a rather odd actor to play a role of a superhero but he actually played it really well. SO is it entertaining? Yes, it is. It's worth it. The fight sequences are fascinating (not exactly the final X-men movie battle though where all the characters reveal their best powers to us). It is funny too. But the main question people ask themselves when a movie like this is made is that is the character true to the original idea? The X-men were perfect, the Archie comic cartoons weren't exactly right, Spider-man was good, Asterix and Obelix was good, Lord of the rings/Two towers was also perfect, and the Harry Potter flicks were also excellent. And so did Daredevil. It was just like the comic. It's important to have some huge fan of the original creation to make the movie a success. In Spiderman's case it was the director and in Daredevil's case it's Ben Affleck. But Affleck and Garner didn't exactly form a great onscreen bond. It may be hard to have that in a superhero flick but 'Jean Grey-Cyclops' and 'Peter Parker-Mary Jane' didn't really have trouble doing that. But the bottom line is that true fans will probably be pleased with this creation. From all the comic book superhero flicks being made, X-men is (hands down) the best of them all. Every character was perfectly chosen, more than I can say of other superhero movies. The movie is in short sinister and an action-packed adventure.
The story revolves around Matt Murdock (played by Affleck) who was blinded as a child by a radioactive accident. But he got great senses, excellent fighting abilities, and other superhuman powers. In the morning he is Kitchen defence attorney.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Double Dare July 29 2003
Daredevil is yet another comic book hero that takes a crack at movie stardom. Created by Stan Lee and Bill Everett in 1964, for Marvel Comics, the film adaptation ends up as a mixed effort at best.
At the age of 12, young Matt Murdock (Scott Terra) is left blinded by dangerous chemicals, while running away from a the scene of a crime, in Hell's Kitchen New York. Soon after, he realizes that the same chemicals that took his sight, have somehow enhanced his remaining senses and made him superhuman. As Matt grows up. he vows to use his powers to fight crime and bring order to Hell's Kitchen...Now an adult Matt (Ben Affleck) is a defense lawyer by day and the masked Daredevil by night...Our hero is being hunted by a ruthless assassin named Bullseye (Colin Farrell), who was hired by the Kingpin of Crime (Michael Clarke Duncan) to take him out. Things get even worse for Matt as the woman he loves, Elektra Natchios (Jennifer Garner), blames his alter ego for a devasting loss.
Written and directed by Mark Steven Johnson, the film serves the character's origins pretty well, in other words, it stays true to the original comic book.. The film boasts some cool action sequences and solid effects. I especially liked the way in which Daredevil used his power and how that was shown on screen. Since many of the stunts in the movie were staged by the team that handled the Matrix. I was never bored or put off by what I saw there. As usual actors Jon Favreau, playing Matt's pal Frank Nelson, and Joe Pantoliano, as New York Post reporter Ben Urich provide the film some comic relief. Cameo watchers will notice creator Stan Lee and a famous comic book fan turned film director in the film as well.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Review about actual item and not about the movie
For some reason, the blu ray that was shipped to me has a crack in the case. The other blu ray I bought together with this one (elektra), the blu ray case seems to be old and the... Read more
Published on March 31 2011 by dd
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Movie; Highly Enjoyable
An A-plus report card brings young Matt Murdock to the docks to show his father. All he ever wanted was to please his dad and, as per his father's advice, "be a doctor, be a... Read more
Published on May 26 2010 by A.P. Fuchs, author of The Axiom-man Saga
5.0 out of 5 stars director's cut of Daredevil - outstanding!!! (4.5/5)
OK,i finally saw the director's cut of Daredevil and wow!!!.i was
impressed.this blows the theatrical version out of the water.this is a
whole new movie. Read more
Published on Nov. 4 2007 by falcon
4.0 out of 5 stars the real Daredevil..
this movie has always gotten bad(and for the most part unfair)reviews from everyone, but this extended cut should change their mind. Read more
Published on Jan. 18 2007 by David R. Robert
4.0 out of 5 stars Director's Due
This is the film that made Marvel begin (with Iron Man in 2008) to produce films because of interference from the studios. Read more
Published on Aug. 12 2006 by Patrick Clarke
1.0 out of 5 stars Boring
One word to describe this movie, boring! This movie was poorly done and the director's cut is way better than this one and is much better and longer. Read more
Published on Feb. 21 2006 by Steve
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, if you don't expect to see Spiderman
It's a gritty superhero movie that is somewhere between Batman and Spiderman. Great action, a cool villain, and even cooler love interest. Read more
Published on Aug. 11 2005
4.0 out of 5 stars The version that should've been
Ok. Thats what the DareDevil film is. It was darker than Spider-Man yes, but not as good. THIS Director's Cut, however, makes the film good. Read more
Published on June 7 2005 by Jeff
3.0 out of 5 stars Is this the French version? or English / French version?
I emailed Amazon support asking about the English version and they said the Quebec version is all we have. Read more
Published on Dec 4 2004
3.0 out of 5 stars IM DAREDEVIL!
A boy blinded by toxic waste becomes endowed with sonar-like abilities and the wonderfull gift to defy gravity. Read more
Published on Dec 3 2004 by Trauma
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