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NEW Brokeback Mountain (DVD)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So Much More Beneath the Surface March 22 2006
Most have referred to this film as the "Gay Cowboy Movie", and it is so much more than that.
I've seen many love stories, both gay and straight, but this one had a tremendous affect on me. It stuck with me for several days and still has now, months after seeing it.
Jake Gyllenhaal, and Heath Ledger both deliver career defining performances, worthy of an Oscar ( though the Academy felt diferent in the end)
Brokeback Mountain is a true love story, that touches your heart.
My only advice when watching it, leave any pre-conceived notions aside and let the film wash over you.
Trust me....you won't be disappointed.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sensational April 8 2006
By Curio
This film holds a very special place in my heart: it became the first and only movie I've ever seen that inspired the waterworks, and in a major way! Just thinking about certain moments still makes my heart ache, and after a viewing, it seems to stick in the back of your mind for a week at least.
I didn't expect it to be so moving--it's a fair bit removed from my own life. But, as you've doubtless heard, via the sublime acting by the leads and supports, the evocative musical score, the gorgeous cinematography, and the subtle, masterful direction of Ang Lee, I'd be suprised if a viewer *doesn't* have some sort of response. You'd have to be particularly heartless, or, more realistically, be an action junkie.
Because make no mistake--while this is a film crafted to near perfection, perhaps the finest film of the 21st century, the decade, whatever, it is all nuance, consideration, and weight. It's a film to be absorbed, rather than consumed like more typical, popular cinematic fare that satisfies but feels more like empty calories by the end.
If you're willing to be challenged and engrossed, there is no better film. People may shy away from the movie's seemingly controversial subject matter, but those are perhaps the ones who most need to see this. There is no agenda in this movie to forcibly change anyone's hearts and minds. However, it does strive to broaden our horizons, offering a slice of understanding about the universal sadness of loneliness and regret that no one truly deserves.
But all the other conclusions are strictly left to you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heartbreaking poignant film! Jan. 26 2008
By Kay
Having heard about the recent death of actor Heath Ledger, I finally wanted to see this movie. Although it's not the type of movie I would watch, let me tell you by the ending I was balling my eyes out! Made even more poignant by the fact that Heath is gone. I've watched alot of tearjerkers but this one probably made me cry the most. Wonderful acting by Heath and Jake and also Michelle Willaims.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brokeback Mountain March 25 2006
By A Customer
This is the 1st movie i've seen that it has a love theme between two gay characters. As a gay guy (42) it broke my heart watching it, but unfortunately the message is so true (i believe even today, as it was when I was young. I'm thrilled that the movie was made and even more excited about the excellent reviews its getting. I encourage everyone to see it. Time well spent!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Phenomenal masterpiece! March 21 2006
Brokeback mountain is a movie based on the short story written by Annie Proulx, a Pulitzer prize-winning author. Her story about two Wyoming ranch hands (Jack and Ennis) who fall in love, is masterfully translated to screen by extraordinary director Ang Lee.
Brokeback mountain is well-casted, beautifully acted and amazingly subtle. Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Michelle Williams and the entire cast provide breathtaking performances. This is a movie that stays with you for hours, days, and even weeks after you see it. Although it is popularly referred to as 'the gay cowboy movie', this picture transcends sexual orientation and has a widely universal undercurrent; one that makes it a story of love, passion, and loss.
I encourage everyone who is interested in a great love story, fine acting and breathtaking cinematography to see this film, it is more than worth it!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the most amazing movie-going experience ever. March 27 2006
While many prefer white-hot action flicks or madcap romantic comedies, for me, there was something so much more to Brokeback Mountain. Perhaps it was the gentle, moving shots of the beautiful Alberta landscape. Or maybe it was the brilliant, real performances from the four principal actors that touched my heart. Slow-paced, but moving and dramatic from beginning to end, Lee's Brokeback takes a traditional idea and makes it something pallidable for our time, for all time... and it's about time, too.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A mountaintop experience March 5 2006
I recall a short story version of Brokeback Mountain many years ago in a major periodical (alas, I can't recall the periodical). I had an idea that it would, in the fullness of time, become a major motion picture, and that it has. It is an award-winning film already, and looks set for some sort of Oscar recognition. The film has garnered more Oscar nominations than any other this year.
However, in the hype surrounding the film, those interested would be wise to look at the book. There is much more depth here than in the film, much more about the interior workings of the main characters and what they must endure. This is ultimately not a love story, as the marketing has been spinning the film, but rather an expose on the dangers and drawbacks of living in the closet. For the purposes of this story, Annie Proulx has juxtaposed two diametrically opposite cultures in the American psyche - the gay culture and the cowboy culture (although history is, as it often is, in fact rather different from what the Hollywood-created current remembrance of it is). One comes to wonder at the resistance that all characters seem to have for breaking free of their bonds; ultimately, none of the relationships are satisfying, and there is an emotional desolation as wide and spare as brush land and prairies of the American West.
The lead characters meet while working for the summer as wranglers and watchers over herds. They form a bond that renews at regular intervals during their lives, lives that go on to other, more traditional and socially acceptable settings. Each gets married, each has children, each embarks (in one way or another) in a working life that would seem to preclude the other, but yet the tie that binds them draws them together again on a regular basis.
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I saw "Brokeback Mountain" in the theatre, here in the Abitibi (of Québec) when it first came out. The film repulsed me and I found it very distasteful. Read more
Published 11 months ago by Gerald Parker
5.0 out of 5 stars Heart wrenching, but awesome!!
Heart wrenching tale, but awesome!! I highly recommend to everyone!! Should be required viewing to "open the mind"-and the heart.
Published 11 months ago by elaine
5.0 out of 5 stars Genius Film
Easily one of the best films I've seen in a decade or more. It may not be to all tastes but there is no question that Brokeback Mountain is that rare thing, a true cinematic... Read more
Published 12 months ago by Adirondack
5.0 out of 5 stars Gripping ... and emotionally charged
I have watched this movie several times since purchasing it, and will continue to do so. Love the story. Love the message. Read more
Published 12 months ago by A.K.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love is a force of nature
Brokeback Mountain is the heart-wrenching tale of two ranch hands that fall deeply in love with each other in 1963. Read more
Published 23 months ago by Jamie MacDougall
5.0 out of 5 stars Was Greg Curtis even watching the same movie?
This movie touched me in a way that I cannot truly do justice with the words I know. It was absolutely beautiful. Read more
Published on Jan. 17 2011 by Christine
5.0 out of 5 stars transfer
This film was already visually stunning. This Blu-Ray is an improvement over the very successful DVD.
Published on Jan. 5 2010 by L. Courcelles
5.0 out of 5 stars best love story I've ever seen
It depicts the love between two westen cow-boys deeply into the soul. The focus was neatly on people and their lives and their emotions, which I believe should be the essence of a... Read more
Published on May 30 2009 by Jack
2.0 out of 5 stars Lacking
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