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Hitcher (2007) (Widescreen)

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: 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
  • Studio: Alliance
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000NO3DLG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #66,747 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Hitcher (2007) ~ Hitcher (2007)

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Never having seen the original 1986 version of The Hitcher, I probably enjoyed this film more than I might have otherwise. Even still, this film suffers from what has been a noticeable saturation of recent horror movies with a "killer on the highways" motif (think Joyride, Jeepers Creepers, etc.). Basically, this 2007 film doesn't really offer viewers anything new or different, but I think it succeeds pretty darn well at what it does in fact deliver, due in large part to Sean Bean's menacing performance as the heavy in the story. You'll never hear me complain about the casting of Sophia Bush, either; she's particularly sexy when she gets mad. I can't say I was all too impressed by Zachary Knighton, but that had a lot to do with his character, who was something less than the kind of knight in shining armor a character played by Sophia Bush deserved. I must say I loved what they did with the lead male character in the end, though. For once, I saw a "don't you wish" moment come true before my delighted eyes.

So, Jim (Knighton) picks up Grace (Bush) at college to head off for some spring break shenanigans. Driving through a New Mexico rainstorm that night, the unobservant Jim all but runs over some weird dude just standing there in the middle of the road. Grace convinces her boyfriend to high-tail it out of there, but the weird dude turns up again when Jim stops for gas. Jim can hardly refuse to give the guy a ride up the road (thereby completing disregarding Grace's wise counsel), but it doesn't take long for "John Ryder" (Bean) to reveal his true nature, which is far more mad and dangerous than even Grace could have imagined. Jim and Grace don't know why this stranger is tormenting them, but they find themselves reluctant pawns in whatever dangerous game he is playing.
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I've yet to see the original, but this current version is ho-hum at best. A young couple are terrorized by a homicidal hitchhiker's whose motive is set-up as a source of suspense but, ultimately, is pretty lame.

If in the mood for some highway horror, skip this one and check out Jeepers Creepers or Spielberg's Duel.
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How can anyone who looks so good be so utterly bad? Sean Bean is the hitcher, who relentlessly pursues a young couple for no apparent reason other than to torture them. mentally and physically. He becomes their worst nightmare. Bean is beliveable in this role and Chris and Sophia play their parts well.
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this remake of the 1986 classic has it's good moments and the rest is
just so so.first the good.Sean Bean as the villain.he is very menacing
and seems to really relish the role.Rutger Hauer played the role in the
original.there are some moments of suspense and lots of action.more
action than suspense really.the tone of the movie doesn't seem as dark
as it should,at least to me.this movie focuses more on action than on
psychology.the original was much more psychological suspense
oriented.this version is still quite watchable for the most part,though
there is one scene which really cheapens the movie and brings it down a
notch.i won't say which scene.if you don't notice it,than it probably
doesn't matter to you.the acting is mostly decent but is a bit
suspect,from one actor,at least.i also thought this movie had less
depth than the original.not that the original was really deep or
anything,but it has something this one doesn't.something intangible
that i can't quite pin down.by the way,this movie actually borrows as
heavily from "The Hitcher 2"(2003) as it does from the original.as a
matter of fact,i was reminded more of that movie than the
original.anyway,i give "The Hitcher"(2006) a 3.5/5
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very happy with movie!
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