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Erin Brockovich [Blu-ray] [Import]

4.2 out of 5 stars 259 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • Release Date: June 5 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 259 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B007N31YQ6
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Product Description

Product Description

Erin Brockovich (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy)

Special Features

  • Spotlight on Location: The Making of Erin Brockovich
  • Erin Brockovich: A Look at a Real Life
  • Deleted Scenes with Director's Comments
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Production Notes
  • Cast and Filmmakers
  • Recommendations
  • DVD-ROM Features
  • --This text refers to the DVD edition.

    Customer Reviews

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    By George Jones TOP 500 REVIEWER on Oct. 6 2013
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    This movie is based on a true story and as such, it has merit. I actually enjoyed the interesting story, and could accept Julia Roberts portrayal of Erin because I believe that she was playing the actual person well. However, it was the overdone profanity that spoiled it for me. We got the picture of the kind of world Erin lived in. We didn't have to be reminded over and over again with four letter words.
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    Format: VHS Tape
    Although highly overrated, this movie is far from being great, as it is distant to Z-grade filmmaking. Overall, "Erin Brockovich" is an above average Hollywood flick that suceeds due to two relevant elements: the director Steven Soderbergh and the lead actress Julia Ruberts. Frankly, I have never been a big fan of any of them, but I`ll admit that they make this movie work.
    Roberts gives a solid and convincing performance, probably her best ever, and proves that she can do better than formulaic romantic comedies. Soderbergh creates a film that is somewhat like many predictable TV-movies, yet he manages to present a couple of details which turn this effort into a peculiar and distinct one (professional and appealing direction, competent character development, a familar story told in an absorbing and gripping perspective).
    Despite the typical Hollywood ending that certainly won`t surprise anyone, "Erin Brockovich" is an interesting cinematic experience that doesn`t need to rely on high action, multiple twists or shock-value scenes to offer enough dramatic tension. This is a subtle and well-crafted effort, not the great film ever but not a disappointment either (however, the huge hype that it received may work against it).
    A compelling mainstream product.
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    Format: DVD
    Okay, language issues aside, Julia Roberts SHINES as the real-life Erin Brockovich, a dogged, unabashed crusader for justice.
    Erin accidentally finds out that several hundred unsuspecting residents of Hinkley, California are dead or dying from poisoned water that has exceedingly high levels of toxic chromium.
    This is a touching story that reminds me a lot of Sally Field's performance in Norma Rae. It's about a grass-roots effort to right a very terrible wrong, and the investigative techniques used by Erin will floor you with their sheer simplicity. It's not what she does, rather it's HOW she does what she does that makes a difference. Erin is not equipped professionally to take on this insurmountable task, but she refuses to let that stop her from trying. She's what I would call "ignorance on fire", but she's also smart as a whip.
    What I love most about this movie is how Roberts character gets results when others can't. She may not be the most professional (this movie is cleavage city!), or meekest person you'll ever meet (her boss says she could use a good dose of "charm school" - he's right!) but she has a way with people. True, her wardrobe doesn't hurt in her getting her way so often (especially with men), but it's her honest compassion for these victims that makes the movie work.
    Erin Brockovich teaches all of us a lesson in true leadership, persistence against all odds, and how to motivate people. These victims TRUST her because they know she really CARES, That's the real lesson here, and that's why she is so successful in getting them to do something they would never have done without her.
    This movie is a real gem. You will learn a lot about purpose, passion, corruption, romance, and how to deal with people so that they respond. And you'll also learn that door-to-door selling is NOT antiquated!
    Highly recommended.
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    Format: DVD
    I won't say that this movie was not entertaining because it was. But let's get real, this is not Oscar material. The only reason it got that far is because many actors and producers love to bash corporations and capitalists (however, these same actors and producers don't mind drawing multi-million dollar checks themselves).
    I have no idea if the corporation in this movie really was guilty of these deeds (not saying they weren't, I just don't know). But Hollywood people would be the last people I would trust to give me an objective assessment of the situation.
    Julia Roberts is very enjoyable on screen when she does comedy but when she takes herself seriously as in this movie and does drama, it becomes a "look I m Julia Roberts, I can do anything" show. But it is not real drama, it's a comedian thrown in a dramatic situation, which is funny in a way but detracts from the dramatic content of the story. An Emma Thompson or a Meryl Streep can really deliver drama. But this is drama dumbed-down to the point of comedy. If I were one of those unfortunate people in that town, I am not sure I would be thrilled with the way our tragedy was handled.
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    Format: DVD
    "Erin Brockovich" is a wonderful movie! Starring Julia Roberts, Albert Finney, and Aaron Eckhart, it's based on the real-life story of Erin Brockovich, a down-on-her-luck, twice divorced former beauty queen with three young children. Having no post-high school education and few job skills, she has great difficulty finding and holding down a job. Despite her adversities, she displays a fierce grit and determination as she constantly seeks ways to support her family.
    Then a seemingly tragic twist of fate puts her on the road to a complete reversal of luck. After being seriously injured in a car crash, she sues the doctor who hit her. Her antagonistic personality and foul mouth cause her to lose her lawsuit. With bluff and bravado, she persuades her lawyer, Ed Masry, into giving her a job as a file clerk in his law firm.
    Erin finds herself intrigued by one of the cases contained in the files she's putting away. Why are people's medical records included in a simple real estate transaction? She asks Ed if she can look into it. He agrees. What Erin finds horrifies her. A large electric utility near the small town of Hinkley has been dumping a highly toxic form of chromium into the water. Citizens in Hinkley are contracting various forms of cancer and other gravely debilitating diseases.
    The film's main story line tells of Erin and Ed's efforts to persuade Hinkley's citizens to join in a class action lawsuit against the utility.
    Julia Roberts, Albert Finney, and Aaron Echhart each illuminate the screen with their superb performances. In Roberts' case, it would be easy to focus on her good looks and skimpy wardrobe and slight her acting. The fact is, though, her acting in this movie is probably her strongest attribute!
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