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Wild Things (Unrated Edition) [Blu-ray]

4.2 out of 5 stars 201 customer reviews

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  • Directors: John McNaughton
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: Arabic, Dutch, English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 201 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #70,860 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Genre: Suspense
Rating: UN
Release Date: 17-JUL-2007
Media Type: Blu-Ray

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Format: DVD
"Wild Things" is a gloriously lurid and decadent little gem of a movie. I love movies that respect the intelligence of the audience while pandering to their base desires (most studio releases skip that first part), and "Wild Things" fits the bill perfectly.
The plot is - well, the plot is twisted, in every sense of the word. The story that seems to be unfolding ends at the halfway point of the movie - and then the real story begins. And in a technique I've never seen before, it continues through the ending credits, as director McNaughton gleefully fills in the holes.
"Wild Things" offers great, juicy turns from Neve Campbell, Denise Richards, Matt Dillon, Kevin Bacon, Theresa Russell, and especially Bill Murray as a hilariously corrupt small-time lawyer. Along the way we get lots of steamy, lurid peek-a-boo sex and nudity (which is so gratuitous it inspires genuine laughter), violence, and characters motivated by nothing more than pure greed. Put 'em together in the Everglades, and you have one hot movie.
I generally don't like movies that mess with the audience by hiding information, and then springing it on them later as a "twist." But twists work beautifully if the character is just as befuddled by them as the audience. Since "Wild Things" offers nothing but characters who think they have secrets and alliances but are actually only pawns in a game, every twist is justified.
This new "unrated" version incorporates scenes that aren't necessary, but are joyful anyway. If you have the original cut and you've got the money to throw around, go for it. If you haven't seen it, well, it's probably not for anyone. But if the thought of a wicked little Hitchcockian melodrama, dripping with sex and humor and directed with a wink, appeals to you, you can't go wrong with "Wild Things."
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WILD THINGS is the epitome of the good looking contemporary thriller: all of the actors are in top form; the men are handsome; the ladies are ravenous; the story has more twists and turns than a Grisham novel; and the story setting fuses so effortlessly with the tale that it becomes another added element of mystery.
I had the good fortune of seeing WILD when it had its theatrical run, and, at that time, I wondered about the prospect of some unused footage. This thriller continued to re-invent itself -- even through the closing credits -- so I imagined that there were some elements that the director left on the cutting room floor so as not to bombard the viewer with information overload. Most of what's been restored here is passable: Kevin Bacon's character is fleshed out a bit more, but he ends up appearing more of a conspirator a bit too early in this version as opposed to the original.
However, the stunning Denise Richards, Neve Campbell, and (yes) Theresa Russell make this picture definitely worth exploring on subsequent viewings because they do represent three complex personalities: (1) the woman who can have it all and takes it; (2) the woman who wants it all and takes it; and (3) the woman who is deprived of it all but finds a way to take it anyway.
Also, think what you will of the talents of Bill Murray, but his short work here coupled with his star-power performances in GROUNDHOG DAY and LOST IN TRANSLATION truly show this man is in peak form when the script requires it.
Rediscover this guilty pleasure in its unrated form!
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Wild Things is a film that certainly lives up to its title. Matt Dillon, plays a guidance counselor, who is accused of rape by two of his students. Denise Richards, a spoiled rich girl, and Neve Campbell, a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, play the victims. But in this movie, not all things. are as they seem. Kevin Bacon plays the Detective who is determined to find out what really happened...
Directed by John McNaughton, the movie will keep you guessing, until the very end. Sex, murder, and money all play a role in how everything unfolds . The film may border on high camp at times and all that. But I maintain that is one reason to like the film. It still draws you in and makes you want to know how it will end. Many people compare this movie to Basic Instinct, while I would say that is sort of justified, Wild Things can stand on its own too. Also of note in the film is actor Bill Murray. who is great, as Dillon's Defense Lawyer. Just who is scamming who in this sexy thriller, I wont say, but I think you wont be disappointed.
I liked the original version of the film and its intitial release on DVD, and even though I know that the only reason the unrated cut is out, is to capitalize on the direct to video sequel, I couldn't resist taking a gander anyway. The highlight of the alternate cut gives viewers an extended "swimming pool" scene with Richards and Campbell. Things get a bit more steamy in the pool. While the controversial motel room sequence is not extended, the rest of the eight minutes really only advances the plot itself, and can be found on the previous disc in the deleted scenes section. The only other extra on the DVD is the film's theatrical trailer.
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