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The Fly [2-Disc Edition] (1986) (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis, David Cronenberg
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen, Subtitled, Surround Sound, DTS Surround Sound
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 4 2005
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000AABCP2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,208 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Seth Brundle, a brilliant but eccentric scientist attempts to woo investigative journalist Veronica Quaife by offering her a scoop on his latest research in the field of matter transportation, which against all the expectations of the scientific establishment have proved successful. Up to a point. Brundle thinks he has ironed out the last problem when he successfully transports a living creature, but when he attempts to teleport himself a fly enters one of the transmission booths, and Brundle finds he is a changed man.


David Cronenberg's 1986 remake of the science fiction classic about a scientist who accidentally swaps body parts with a fly is both smart and terrifying: an allegory for the awful processes of slow death and a monster movie with a tragic spin. Jeff Goldblum gives a masterful performance as a sweet, nerdy scientist whose romance with a writer (Geena Davis) makes him more fully alive. Next thing you know, a tiny oversight in an experiment causes him to transmogrify, gradually, into something more like an insect than a human. This is Cronenberg (Scanners, Videodrome) country, so expect The Fly to be a gross-out, but in the way that disease corrupts the body and can make a loved one unrecognizable on every level. This is one of Cronenberg's best films, and certainly one of the important movies of the 1980s. --Tom Keogh

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Format: VHS Tape
When I first bought this back in december 2002 it was my favourite film ever. Now, I have moved on, but I will always remember what a classic it is.
Jeff Goldblum is a scientist called Seth Brundle, living in a condo. But when he is working on a teleporting experiment, he accidently merges with a housefly. Geena Davis is Veronica, she has fallen in love with him, and has yet to know that he is transforming. Soon, Seth starts to get bad skin, his nails start to fall of, and he begins to get stronger, and Veronica expects something is wrong. When she finds out what's happening to him she realizes that she is going to have a baby, Seth's baby, and she thinks it will become what Seth is about to become. She tries to get the help of her ex-boyfreind (John Getz) and stop Seth for good.
This is a gory film, with a sickening ending and lots of disturbing scenes, but it can also really touch you, you can see how much pain Seth and Veronica are going through in the movie. In my opinion this is an 80s classic. Wonderful performances, great makeup and just a good plain horror movie.
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i thought this movie was quite well done,very atmospheric and
creepy.Jeff Goldblum plays,Seth Brundle,A quiet,introverted scientist
who spends most of his time alone working on his new project.Geena
Davis plays Journalist Veronica Quaife,a journalist who Seth invites to
his place to show her what he is working on.up to this point,Seth's
experiments(teleportation) have been successful with inanimate
objects,and not so successful with living creatures.Seth thinks he has
worked out the bugs and tries the experiment on himself.the experiment
goes horribly wrong.Seth begins to change from being mild mannered and
shy to something else.Jeff Goldblum is terrific in showing the gradual
mental deterioration of the scientist.the actual physical
transformation that Seth undergoes is startling,but the final
transformation is something else entirely and somewhat disgusting.but
well done,considering the movie is over 20 years old.Geena Davis is
good in her portrayal of a woman at 1st fascinated and then terrified
by what has happened.the best part of this movie is the musical score
by Howard Shore,which is very moody and eerie.Nile Rodgers also
contributes a nice piece of music to the film with the original song
"Help Me".i'd have to give "The Fly" 4/5
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Format: VHS Tape
When a movie is this gross, I would give it no stars. But this remake was so much better than the original and the acting was so much better that I had no choice but to give this film five stars. But I have to say that after the first time I have seen this film, I was literlly sick to my stomach, but that only goes to show you that the make-up was that amazing. I am not a fan of Jeff Goldblum's, basically because most of the time his acting is kind of dry and dull, even though he can play a pretty good "brainy" character, but I really liked him in this film. Yeah is playing a somewhat dull-brainy-dry part, but he doesn't play it dry.
Jeff Goldblum is in the role of Seth Brundle, a scientist who does his experimentations with these two tripods. The process is to put one thing into one tripod and put something else into the other and the two objects or animals transport to the opposite tripod. One night, while doing the experiment on himself, a fly became trapped in the tripod Seth was in. The fly's DNA had mixed with Seth's causing him to become part human, part fly. Geena Davis plays Veronica "Ronnie", Seth's girlfriend. She begins to witness Seth's gruesome transformation. Then, Ronnie reveals to ex-boyrfriend, Stathis Borans (played by John Getz), that she is pregnant with Seth's child. She decides to go tell Seth, but by then, Seth is in one stage away from becoming a complete human-fly being. She goes in and has a talk with Seth, but after seeing what Seth has become, she decides not to say anything about the baby to Seth. Instead, she finishes the conversation with Seth and runs out to tell Stathis that she wants an abortion. Seth, hearing this from the roof, builds a third tripod and kidnaps Ronnie.
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Format: VHS Tape
A scientist (Jeff Goldblum) has discovered a way to transport objects from one location to another almost instantaneously. It only works with inantimate objects though. Seth Brundle (Goldblum) is not satisfied with that. He wants to be able to transport living tissue but all his experiments in this direction have failed. He demonstrates his invention to a journalist (Geena Davis) he meets at a science fair. The stocking she lets him use is teleported from one pod to another. Seth continues to experiment, trying to transport living things, but it's not working. When he tries to transport a baboon it ends up as a mass of bloody tissue, as if it's been put in a huge microwave oven. As Veronica (Davis) continues to follow the progress of Seth's scientific endeavor she develops a fondness for him and naturally, they become lovers. As the story continues, Seth finds a way to program the computer to transport living things. His next attempt with a new baboon is successful. Seth needs to have tests done on the baboon that could take weeks to make sure he's alright. He doesn't want to wait that long. He attempts to transport himself and it works. But he didn't transport only himself. A fly happens to buzz into the pod with him. Seth's genetic makeup is merged with the fly's. Seth is suddenly exhibiting signs of incredible strength and agility. His appetite starts demanding incredible amounts of sugar and sweets. "Something went wrong Seth, when you went through, something went wrong", Veronica warns him. In time, as Seth's body starts deteriorating, he knows something did go wrong. When he searches the computer for the answer he discovers the horrible truth.
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