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The Big Chill (Bilingual)
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A compassionate \comedy of values" probes the growing pains of seven college housemates from the 1960's who have drifted apart and have been reunited at the funeral of a friend.
Genre: Feature Film-Drama
Release Date: 30-OCT-2001
Media Type: DVD"""
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It goes beyond seeing the delectable Kevin Kline so young and
jogging around in the then sylish short shorts.
It is watching the subtle expressions on the face of William Hurt (excellent acting) and the icy-ness (in different ways) of JoBeth Williams which got even colder as the film wore on and the coldness to warmth in Glen Close. Jeff Goldblum is deliciously slimy and Mary Kay Place wore the same hair style and many of the same outfits that I wore back then.
Despite the trip down memory lane, the main story remains intact
whether this was filmed yesterday and today. Why do some people
lose their hope and choose to turn away from life... and why do
Why do we forget the sweetness of freshness in exchange for the
hubbub of the demands of daily life?
Why do we lose touch with people with whom we share such
How far would you go and how much would you give for your friends?
This movie will continue to travel with me over the next several
days... its just one of those movies. I am so glad I revisited it now that I have grown past the age of the players... and I am
glad I saw it before, when I was just stepping into adulthood.
This would be a great one to watch with high school aged
children to get them thinking about these big questions when
they are still young... while they might not "get" it at the time,I have a feeling it will stick with them..... at least a little...Read more ›
So you can imagine how excited I was when my husband gave me a DVD player for my birthday... the second DVD I ever bought was this one. Sat down, put it in, watched the whole film first, loved it all over again, and then headed for the special features to finally be able to see the flashback. Was I ever disappointed. The deleted scenes that were available were okay to see, but I felt a little gypped (and yes, by the "trailer" being for "Silverado" instead of "Chill" also). So, buyer beware! This is not all it's cracked up to be.
Most recent customer reviews
Criterion Collection provides another stellar classic film in pristine condition.Published 1 month ago by r_duke
What a classic movie. Wonderful story of reunion, love lost and love found but how real friendship never does. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kelly D. Bryson
Awesome Movie. I haven't seen it in a very long time and it was still as great as the first time I saw it.Published 14 months ago by Terry Moir
An awesome movie; loved every minute of it. It reminded me of my university friends that I grew very attached to and still keep in touch with.Published on June 19 2013 by Bryan E. Snow
So glad to have this in my collation, it is a great movie. Worth a watch a couple of times a year for the good acting and the great music too!Published on June 10 2013 by Sarah Barrett