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Cold Mountain (Collector's Edition) (Sous-titres français) [Import]

Jude Law , Nicole Kidman , Anthony Minghella    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best films in a long while. July 19 2004
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Format:DVD
A separated 'sort of' boyfriend and 'sort of' girlfriend become all and everything to each other while struggling their way through the devastations of the Civil War. Inman (Jude Law) is a poor carpenter in a small North Carolina mountain town who has a strong mutual attraction to a 'better class' girl named Ada Monroe (Nicole Kidman). Social status dictates and the proper decorum of the day prevent them from plunging forth in the direction their hearts want to go, but when Inman leaves for war, they lay bare their passion and agree to correspond during his absence's duration.
Upon her father's death, Ada finds herself alone and penniless in the world, and unable to manage her large farm on her own. In a letter, she asks Inman to return to her, and he, no longer able to tolerate the depressing daily horrors of war, obligingly abandons his post to tramp home on foot. Now a deserter, he is hunted by the law and encounters obstacle after obstacle on his journey toward his 'ain true love'. Back at the farm, a no-nonsense, take-charge young woman, Ruby (Renee Zellweger), has appeared, and is as determined to build helpless Ada up from being a self-sorrowful belle into a self-sufficient survivor as she is to save the farm from ruin with hard work. Ruby becomes Ada's bonded friend and essential helper, while Ada and Inman become each other's goal to live and strive for.
The cast does a flawless job with their roles and the costumes, location shots, and music are all top quality. Phillip Seymour Hoffmann proves yet again that he's the greatest character actor of modern times. He's always brilliantly playing somewhat unsavory fellows with mental issues. And Charlie Hunnam, usually G.Q.
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From Zellweger's overhyped performance to Kidman's not-believable portrayal of a love-sick, starving victim of the Civil War, here is a film that starts slow and quickly downshifts. How DOES one manage to make a Civil War "epic" with almost no black people in it? Oh, wait, this is supposed to be an "epic love story." Yep, a love story wherein the hero and heroine have exchanged about a dozen sentences each, but manage to never never never stop thinking of each other over the miles and years and events that separate them. I gave this movie two stars solely on the basis of Jude Law's performance, which I thought was very well done (he almost made me believe that love stuff), especially considering that he has never ranked among my favorite actors. From cardboard villains to feminist-leaning heroines to a plot steadily sinking under a mass of phoney southern accents (granted that Zellweger's accent was real enough, just more Texas than Tennessee is all - and her little truisms were cute enough to make me ill) and more hormonal angst than one could conceive of in a film not about teenagers, this is not a movie to be trifled with. There is unwarranted nudity, inserted just to make you remember this is the South - as in Deliverance - you're watching, and it borders on the pornographic. The sex scene between hero and heroine is also overdone and unnecessary. Somebody PLEASE tell director Minghella that LESS IS MORE!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Renee Zellweger makes it great! AWESOME MOVIE! July 18 2004
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Format:DVD
I know this film doesn't normally get high reviews, but I have to say this is my FAVORITE movie of all time! There are many things that make this movie awesome, here are some...
The first would have to be Renee Zellweger. I must admit, if it weren't for Zellweger, I would not love the movie as much as I do now. I still would love it, but she really tops it off. I personally find her character (Ruby Thewes) in this movie hillarious. I didn't even know who Renee was, (no offence) until I saw this film, but I know now! I just wish she were in the movie more than she is!
The second thing that made me love Cold Mountain was the setting. The setting is so beautiful. If you really like country settings, you will like this one. The whole "farm look" and old town style is great. It is some what similar to the setting in the movie The Missing.
I thought the love story in this movie was creative and nice, but I liked everything else better. If you are looking for a real touching love story you should read a book by Nicholas Sparks, but that is besides the point.
Here is some advice, if you are looking for a real war movie, Cold Mountain is probably not the best when it comes to action, it does have action though, but not a lot compared to something like Band of Brothers. You should give it a try though, because it shows what life was like for the people back home during the Civil War.
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1.0 out of 5 stars From Oscar to Lostya July 18 2004
Format:DVD
From the biting wit of TRULY MADLY DEEPLY, to the Oscar sweeping epic power of THE ENGLISH PATIENT, to the solemn, if slightly overwrought THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY comes the inexplicably uninteresting COLD MOUNTAIN.
Every year it seems there is at least one film that is being touted as one of the best. So oversold is this downright dreadful film that the general public are brainwashed into believing they are witnessing cinematic art. In recent years, it has been such "films" as MOULIN ROUGE, A BEAUTIFUL MIND, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, THE CIDER HOUSE RULES, SEABISCUIT, GANGS OF NEW YORK, LEAVING LAS VEGAS...the list is endless. This year, undoubtedly, is the artificial, shoddily written, disjointed, badly acted, uninvolving, predictable nonsense that is COLD MOUNTAIN.
Renee Zelleweger delivers a bizarre caricature that comes off as a cross between Annie Oakley & Ma Kettle(check out NURSE BETTY to see how brilliant she can be).
After his utterly flawless performance in MR. RIPLEY, Jude Law's work here seems only to depend on how grizzled he can look & how long he can sustain it for.
Nicole Kidman..well, the less said, the better.
Minghella throws one ugly & utterly manufactured scene after another at his innocent audience; the sets & situations are so completely unconvincing, you can almost hear him yelling "Action"!
Is this the result of someone being drunk with power? Or is this a great director's first fall from grace?
Either way, it's a waste. Of money. Of a considerable amount of talent. Of the audience's time. Thank God I saw this one for free.....
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nicole
Classic American Civil War Movie that I gave to a Relative as a Gift. It was thoroughly enjoyed by the Whole Family
Published 3 months ago by Ernest King
5.0 out of 5 stars Great
Came on time, great packaging and great edition. For all the old lovers of old stories this one is a good movie to see.
Published 8 months ago by Jessi
5.0 out of 5 stars Sad Story but happy too..
What a sad story of the war and the women left alone with the kids without protection and no money, a love story between that and a man who fight to live and come back to his home... Read more
Published 10 months ago by LiLy
4.0 out of 5 stars Brief impressions on Cold Mountain blu-ray
Brief specs/impressions of the 2009 Alliance blu-ray release of Cold mountain.

It has an english 5.1 DTS HD-MA track (and also 5. Read more
Published on March 13 2009 by C. Denison
4.0 out of 5 stars 3 1/2 Stars to be exact.
This is an Alliance Blu-Ray release, so don't expect any extras as there are none at all, but for the low price you get a very nice video transfer and solid audio. Read more
Published on March 8 2009 by Nathan Poitras
5.0 out of 5 stars Info
"Cold Mountain" this Alliance release is the 2-Disc Collector's Edition. Currently AMAZON only has the generic title.
Published on Oct. 5 2008 by B. Wicks
5.0 out of 5 stars Did I see the same movie?
COLD MOUNTAIN inspired more admiration than affection. And seeing it on Christmas Eve was a downer.
The film begins on July 30, 1864, when Union troops, having tunneled under... Read more
Published on Oct. 9 2007 by John Vanderhoos
1.0 out of 5 stars Somebody's Gotta Draw the Line
How far do the violence and sex scenes have to go? Not much farther than we see in this film! Shame on Ms. Read more
Published on March 4 2007 by Estrild
4.0 out of 5 stars jude law is soooooooo fit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
cold mountain was great!!!! i saw it with my friend and we both cried!!!!!, and speacking of jude law well he was mega fit!!! Read more
Published on Oct. 26 2004
1.0 out of 5 stars A waste of time
I absolutely hated this movie. Nicole Kidman is too old to play such a young character. The story started depressing and ended suicidal! Read more
Published on July 19 2004
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