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  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (480 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000067DA0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #61,510 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

A successful publisher finds his life taking a turn for the surreal after a car accident with a jaded lover.

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3.3 out of 5 stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Maciej Walinski on Nov. 18 2006
Format: DVD
A lot of folks didn't get this movie, or at least could not relate to it. But it's not all too difficult a thing to understand. This movie is a great mind-trip, entertaining at that. It is acted well, it is shot well, it has a great blend of real-time action and surrealism and a phenomenal soundtrack. But it all really is quite powerful if you get through its surface. It challenges you to ask yourself what reality is, what happiness is, what the difference between meaning and superficiality is and how your mind truly does control the universe around you. Well I saw all that in it anyhow. And yes, one more time, the soundtrack is phenomenal. I do believe this is one of Cruise's best films. He took the sane-guy gone mad role a little too seriously in life, but here it shines along with a stellar supporting role from Jason Lee. Check it out.
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By Robert Badgley TOP 500 REVIEWER on Oct. 11 2010
Format: DVD
The engrossing Dec/2001 film Vanilla Sky is quite the psychological mind bender and it never lets you get too comfortable.Just when you think you see through it all,it switches gears and leaves you scratching your head.I'm not a Tom Cruise fan per se',and while I do think his caliber of work has been spotty over the years,I do have to admit when he does something that is appealing and this is one of those times.
Vanilla Sky is about one David Aames(Cruise) who is heir to a %51 share of his fathers publishing company in New York.He is quite the recalcitrant when it comes to the business end of things,much to the eternal chagrin of the board members he must grudgingly work with and who comprise the ones with the remaining %49 share/control;or the "seven dwarfs" as he refers to them.He is young and is enjoying life and has surrounded himself with quite the coterie of friends and hanger-ons.One of the latter is Julianna(Cameron Diaz)who,while a good sexual encounter,harbours deep resentment that David does not understand;yet.His friend Jason(Brian Shelby),a book writer whom he sponsors,introduces him to Sofia(Penelope Cruz) one evening at a party David has thrown and an instant connection is established between the two.
A jealous and uninvited Julianna has shown up at the party and follows David when he takes Sophia home.They sit and talk into the evening hours and when David leaves,Julianna is there to greet him.She talks him into going for a "drive" but the drive soon turns into a terribly invective rant against David and how he treats her and others.Suicidal,Julianna ends up going through a bridge railing and down into the street below.She is killed while David barely survives.His face is left horribly disfigured and he has to undergo constant therapy for injuries to his left arm.
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By Stephen A. Haines HALL OF FAME on Sept. 16 2005
Format: DVD
This film stars Tom Cruise.
Sadly, that statement condemns the watcher to over two hours of flat characterisation, empty purpose and hollow feelings. Tom Cruise plays himself admirably. He dare attempt no other role. The casting deprives a powerful story of its fundamental strength. The perceptive viewer will quickly realise that this plot is rich with promise, a covenant emptied of its worth by the inadequacy of its lead actor. The story, opening with the hackneyed depiction of sex, money and power, soon enters a new realm of fantasy. The issue of "what is real?", reduced to a trance state from overuse, is here granted a fine resurrection. The surprise is its mechanism.
The story of a "poor little rich kid" seems, initially, too weary to endure again. Inheriting a publishing house, a New York apartment and a resentment toward his departed father, David Ames has no aims. His sole relationship with the company is an ongoing battle with the Board of Directors for control. The control isn't rooted in how the business is run - it seems to run itself. It's a personality clash - with seven people collectively having less personality than Cruise. How is that possible? David has a stable of ready women, as any rich pretty boy should. Notable among them is Julie - Cameron Diaz, whose sensuality is somehow actually enhanced in this film. How is that possible? David has another stable - his friends. This one contains but one resident - a stereotype struggling writer doing a fictional autobiography. Which is possible to the point of saturation.
This scenario promises the ennui of a George Sanders film until David encounters Sofia. Played by Penelope Cruz, Sofia vacillates between repelling David's advances and enticing him on. The first encounter lasts the entire night.
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Format: DVD
"Vanilla Sky" is a remake of the Spanish film "Abre Los Ojos (Open Your Eyes)", and if you have seen the original film, you know that "Vanilla Sky" was made almost in the same way, but there a few key differences. The camera angles, the plot and most of scenes are almost the same in both movies, but "Vanilla Sky" uses a different music, this movie has a rock-oriented music score. Also, the character played by Cameron Diaz is an improvement over the original character, because Cameron adds more depth with her performance. Of course, since "Vanilla Sky" is a Hollywood movie, the visual effects and the budget are bigger this time.
"Vanilla Sky" offers a lot of plot twists, so the first screening might be mind-blowing to some viewers, if you like simple plots perhaps "Vanilla Sky" is not your movie. But if you like to be tricked with the characters and the plot, this film is for you. "Vanilla Sky" plays with the time, the movie goes back and forth between past and present, and sometimes you don't know if some events really happened or if the main character is just having a nightmare.
The cast in "Vanilla Sky" is very interesting: Tom Cruise is David, the main character, and Cruise gave one of his most inspired performances in recent years. Cameron Diaz is outstanding as Julie, she improved the character from "Open Your Eyes". Penelope Cruz plays exactly the same role, yes, the same role in both movies, one might think that she would improve her performance this time, but nop, she reprises her role step by step. Jason Lee plays Brian, the best friend of David, and he does a good job here, he adds sympathy and charm to his character. Kurt Russell plays McCabe, the psychiatrist that tries to solve the puzzle.
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