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The Stepford Wives (1975) (Bilingual) [Import]


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  • Actors: Katharine Ross, Paula Prentiss, Peter Masterson, Nanette Newman, Tina Louise
  • Directors: Bryan Forbes
  • Writers: Ira Levin, William Goldman
  • Producers: Edgar J. Scherick, Gustave M. Berne, Roger M. Rothstein
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: June 15 2004
  • Run Time: 115 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00026L8US


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Is the community of Stepford, Connecticut, a modern day Utopia, or is there something sinister lurking under the surface? Having recently moved in from New York, Joanna (Katharine Ross from "The Final Countdown"), with the help of a new friend Bobby (Paula Prentiss from "Saturday the 14th") are investigating why the wives of Stepford seem so content to be vapid homemakers. Patrick O'Neal (Colonel Washington in the short docudrama "Independence") beautifully portrays a suave resident who seems to exercise an absolute and even ghastly control over the community. This controversial cult thriller provides a nightmarish vision of a world where chauvinism seems to find it acceptable to replace living spouses with compliant machines. I found this movie to be well acted and entertaining. If you can take it with a grain of salt, this DVD could make a nice addition to anyone's collection.
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Just love this movie. Christopher Walken is always a joy to watch and Nicole Kidman is such a great actress too. Mathew Broderick also has a good part. My daughters and I really enjoyed watching this movie.
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By Greg Curtis on Dec 12 2008
Format: DVD
The Stepford Wives is a tongue-in-cheek comedy bearing little resemblance to the original 1975 thriller starring Katharine Ross and Paula Prentiss. The older film, based on Ira Levin's novel, was man's answer to the Women's Liberation Movement, and proved to be so popular it was followed by three made-for-TV sequels. It would seem, then, that a remake would now be outdated, but the new version pokes fun at the jealousy many men have faced over the past couple of decades towards women who have become captains of industry.

When queen of broadcasting Joanna Eberhart (Nicole Kidman) is dethroned, her husband Walter (Matthew Broderick) decides they need a fresh start to repair their short-circuiting marriage. And so they relocate to the idyllic gated community of Stepford, Connecticut, where all the women are perfectly coiffed, entirely vapid, and completely subservient to their drooling husbands. Joanna soon befriends the crass Bobbi (Bette Midler) and effiminate Roger (Roger Bart), and the trio of misfits set out to discover the town's dark secret.

The entire cast is top-notch, and clearly has fun with the material. Kidman is a delight as the insensitive Joanna, while (the ever-pubescent) Broderick plays the emasculated Walter. Christopher Walken and Glenn Close add sparks as Stepford's most influential couple, while Midler shines as the town's only Jewish wife. But Jon Lovitz and singer Faith Hill appear only briefly.

Director Frank Oz (best known as the voice of Miss Piggy) has created an enjoyable film, while the clever script by Paul Rudnick offers numerous laughs.

Unfortunately, The Stepford Wives worked better as a horror, since the now quirky developments play like an episode of The Muppet Show.
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After seeing the new version of The Stepford Wives (which, incidentally, I loved) I had to seek out the original, which I haven't seen since I was a kid. I was very impressed by most of the performances, most notably Paula Prentiss, who was absolutely magnetic. Although the story was absorbing, and the direction was good, the movie, not unlike Rosemary's Baby, seemed to go nowhere fast. Foot after foot of tape passed through my VCR, but the story unfolded so slowly, it was hard to remain interested........all in all, a must-see because of it's pop-culture influence.
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By A Customer on July 15 2004
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AN EXCELLENT MOVIE ALL AROUND!!! FROM THE STORYLINE TO THE ACTING. DEFINITELY SCARY AT TIMES AND AT TIMES FUNNY. KATHERINE ROSS IS OUTSTANDING IN HER ROLE AS WELL AS PAULA PRENTISS. YOU CAN ALSO CATCH TINA LOUISE(GINGER FROM GILLIGANS ISLAND)AND HER BIG HAIR. A GREAT MOVIE, A MUST SEE!!!
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By A Customer on July 13 2004
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I watched this movie because of the excellent book by Ira Levin. I haven't seen the remake yet, but it will be hard to top this version. This movie is very faithful to the book. There are some changes made, but they remain true to the book and help make it a better movie.
The acting is pretty good. I really found myself caring about what happens to Joanna and Bobbie, her best friend. Having read the book, it was great to see these characters brought to life in a way that rang true. It was almost worse knowing what happens to these characters before you actually see it because you really do want things to turn out OK for them.
It was also very well-written. It starts out kind of slow, but once it digs its hooks in, it keeps you glued to the TV. I also like the way they dealt with the subject of women's desire to be an individual and not some cookie cutter housewife with no life at all. It was done very creatively and it was clever as well.
I highly recommend this movie. It is very creepy and there are some very intense moments. Just because it's rated PG does not mean it wimps out on the suspense. This is one of the most suspenseful movies I've seen in a whil and it's one of the best book to film adaptations I've ever seen.
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A film by Bryan Forbes
This film is the first "Stepford Wives" movie and is adapted from Ira Levin's novel of the same name. The tone of this film is much different than the newer version. The new "Stepford Wives" is more of a comedy, but this version fits into the horror/thriller/suspense genre. It deals with an idea that should scare the feminist movement: that men would rather trade their wife in for a human looking robot than have a strong woman as a mate. When this movie was released in 1975, "The Stepford Wives" had a social identity and a social relevance to the feminist movement. In that vein, the movie might have been more powerful twenty years ago, but I can only react to how it played today.
Walter (Peter Masterson) and Joanna (Katherine Ross) are moving from the big city to the smaller town of Stepford. Joanna is unnerved by the women of Stepford. They all seem to be very happy and content in their lives...lives that are solely focused on pleasing their husbands. Joanna thinks that something is wrong, and seems to get confirmation when new residents who start out normal begin changing dramatically to the "Stepford" type wife. The tone of this film leans towards suspense as tension is building throughout the film as hints are given and Joanna's fear mounts as to what is happening and what may very well happen to her.
The movie has a great idea behind it. The whole concept of Stepford is wonderful for a movie (and a book, too) and it should work much better than it does. The problem is that the acting was not very good, but that may be because the dialogue the actors were given wasn't much better. A big example of this is the character of Bobbie (Paula Prentiss).
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