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Gone in 60 Seconds (Director's Cut) (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Robert Duvall, Giovanni Ribisi
  • Directors: Dominic Sena
  • Format: Subtitled, Color, Director's Cut, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Entertainment
  • Release Date: June 7 2005
  • Run Time: 127 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 270 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0007RT9LW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,009 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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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 THE BLACK PEARL, PEARL HARBOR). Never-before-seen footage adds fuel to this already high-octane action hit starring Nicolas Cage, Robert Duvall, and sexy Angelina Jolie. A legendary car booster (Cage) thought he'd left the fast lane behind him until he's forced out of retirement to save his kid brother from the wrath of an evil mobster. It's nothing less than a full-throttle race to pull off the ultimate car heist: 50 exotic beauties in 24 hours -- and the cops are already onto them!


Kip Raines (Giovanni Ribisi) is a cocky young car thief working with a crew to steal 50 cars for a very bad man whose nickname is "The Carpenter." Being young and cocky, Kip messes up, so it's up to his big brother, Randall "Memphis" Raines (Nicolas Cage), to come out of car thief retirement and save him. With a cast that includes Robert Duvall, Angelina Jolie, Delroy Lindo, Cage, and Ribisi, it would be easy to say this story wastes all their talents--which it does, but that's not the point. This is a Jerry Bruckheimer film. A good story and complex characters would only get in the way of the action scenes and slow the movie down. No, Gone in 60 Seconds (based on the cult 1974 film of the same name) is not about the stars as much as it's about cars. Fast cars. Rare cars. Wrecked cars. All cars. Too bad director Dominic Sena (Kalifornia) doesn't come across as more of a gearhead; he seems less interested in fast cars than fast cuts. But is this movie fun? Absolutely, and it's fun because it's so stupid. With pointless car chases and hackneyed dialogue in one of the most predictable plots of the year, Gone in 60 Seconds is a comic film that's not quite a parody of itself, but darn close. --Andy Spletzer --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.

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I always have to shudder when I see alot of big time modern talent immersing themselves into products that were originally sub standard to begin with.This is a remake of course of the same titled /74 film which was filled with unknowns and blazed a quick and merciful path into oblivion.I usually have to put my hand over my face and peek through my fingers when I watch these things,just in case.Well I must say this solid cast with Bruckheimer in control,actually surpassed the original and in fine fashion.Released in June/00,this film did good at the box office and got fairly good reviews to boot.
The film's story starts as the brother of the famous ex-car thief(gone legit)Memphis Raines(Cage),young Kipp(Giovani Ribisi),fouls up his part in a car heist operation.The man paying him is not too happy and is having him flattened into a pancake at a scrap yard when his big brtoher Memphis shows up to bail him out.They have 72 hours to get 50 cars to save his brother and fulfil an order but in reality it will all come down to 50 cars in just one night.Raines enlists the help of his old mentor Otto(Robert Duvall) and some of his other comrades from years gone by to pull the job off.
Dogging the scheme are two cops Castlebeck(Delroy Lindo) and Drycoff(Tim Olyphant).Sometimes the two come very close to stopping the entire operation and in fact near the end it is just Raines against the duo in a spectacular chase over a blocked Golden Gate bridge.Raines escape in a /67 Shelby GT(the final car) has to be seen to be believed.However when Raines gets to his destination he is 12 minutes late and the boss rejects the car;his brother will die.A firefight ensues with the cops finally arriving to sort out the mess.
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By lawyeraau TOP 500 REVIEWER on Dec 12 2007
Format: UMD for PSP
This is a moderately entertaining, fast paced action film. Nicholas Cage gives an engaging performance as a reformed master car thief, known as "Memphis" Raines. Giovanni Ribisi convincingly plays his stupid, younger brother, Kip Raines.

"Memphis" comes home to help his younger brother, Kip, who has followed in his older brother's footsteps but is not as skilled at stealing cars. Having screwed up a major car boost, his employer, a sadistic, maniacal individual, will kill him, unless "Memphis" agrees to fulfil a contractual obligation of stealing fifty top of the line cars for which Kip's "boss" has made a commitment. The only glitch is that "Memphis" has a decidely short deadline in which to make his quota.

For reasons that those who view the movie will immediately discern, "Memphis" agrees to this thankless task. He gets his old crew together and with his former nemesis, a hard nosed detective played by Delroy Lindo, in hot pursuit, the games begin.

Look for lots of action, some great car chase sequences, and a bit of suspense. If you are looking for some mindless entertainment, then this film will fit the bill. Kick back your shoes and hang on for the ride!
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Simple story lines are not a problem.If they are handled well ie:KillBillvol.1, a film with a simple story line can be very entertaining. (This film apparently did entertain a majority of the people who saw it, judging by the reviews here.)But a director, an editor,and actors must back it up. Well, one out of three aint gonna get it. The actors do their part,and what a great cast. But direction and editing (esp.editing) kill this film for me.
Let me give the biggest and most continuous example:
scene: carchase ie; one car chasing another thru downtown L.A.traffic. One of these cars is a Shelby Cobra, one of the coolest muscle cars of all time. Here is what we see,
close-up of Nicholas Cages eyes
front wheel turning left
hands on the stering wheel
peoples heads turning as a blur goes by
.03 sec shot of the Shelby sliding into turn
more close ups of actors behind the windshields
Anybody see whats missing here, hello, the cars inthe CAR chase. Some earlier reviewer said this was the best car chase movie since "Bullitt",let me recommend a little aussie film called "MAD MAX". Even "Smokey and the Bandit" has better car scenes. I could go on but I'v made my point.
The action is so horribly clipped,cut,and blurred that I didnt care.
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What can anyone say about a no-holds barred Nick Cage movie with fast cars, faster women, and non-stop pyrotechnics other than the fact that it fairly rocks? While surely not providing any ostensible grist for Academy Award nominations, other than perhaps for best special effects with all the car sequences, and some imaginative chase set-ups and scenes, this is a strictly by-the-numbers action flick, meant to appeal to the young set, and still appeal to old guys like me who enjoy a pleasant evening away from the "sturm und drang' of everyday life.
All that said, I really did enjoy watching the movie, although I had no doubt as to the resolution of the existential dilemma presented to Nick, given the fact he is the most worthy of the anti-heroes in recent memory, a good "bad" guy we root for from the very start. And he does have a special woman, (no, not the sexy Angelina Jolie, although she is sweet indeed) by the way of his special personal vehicle, a super-charge mustang he refers to by name, and seems to have male-female kind of bond with. The supporting cast here is terrific, from Robert Duvall to Will Patton and many, many others, all of whom contribute to a tight, entertaining, and eminently enjoyable ride of a lifetime. Enjoy!
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