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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Dimension
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0000640VR
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #180,885 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Impostor (Director's Cut)

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Based on the short story by author Philip K Dick(Blade Runner, Solider, Total Recall and Minority Report) originally this started out has a short film, much like an awesome episode of the outer limits, but it was felt it was too good to pass up and should be shared with a larger audience. So it was expanded and released theatrically.
Set in the late 21st century, the earth is at war with an alien race. Gary Sinise stars as Spencer a top scientist on the run. He's been accused of being an alien replicant spy who killed and replaced the real Spencer and has been sent to assignate earths leadership.
With government agents on his trail, who believe he has an extremely powerful explosive in his heart. He races for his life and searches for the truth inorder to clear his name.
A Nice twist ending.

Special features:
-Impostor files featurette.
-Original Impostor short film
-Theatrical Trailer
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Good storyline.
Interesting premise. Intense, and believable acting (for main actors).
Ending was somewhat predictable - lead viewer to expect a twist somewhere at the end.
Interesting adventure.
Worth a watch on a Friday night!
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I read many of the negative reviews, but ended up giving this a chance based on the cast. The central theme of this sci-fi suspense thriller focusses on the question, "How do you know if you are really you?" Imposter has enough visual effects to make you believe its the year 2075 (in Johnny Mnemonicesque fashion), yet focusses on the characters. The cast was great, with every actor/actress living up to their reputation. Sinise and D'Onofrio are especially terrific.
After an initial intense beginning, Imposter eases into a nice fugitive-like flow. This movie has most of the things we like in our Sci-Fi: aliens, fight scences (guns and a little kung fu), futuristic chase scenes, neat mind-twisting philosophical mumbo jumbo, a terrific ending and a little CGI thrown in for good measure.
If I had one complaint its would be the lack of gratuitous T&A. If this really was a "B" movie as many of the reviewers suggest, the T&A would be there (as I had hoped when I purchased this). As for me, I liked it better than the other Philip K. Dick-based movies, Minority Report and Total Recall (and I love Arnold). Imposter does not come across as a "B" movie. While I would not put this in the same class as say Blade Runner, few movies are.
Bottom line - Buy it, you'll like it.
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Considering how quietly this movie snuck in under the radar (for me anyway), it was hard to have the bar raised too far. That said, since my expectations were put on hold, I really enjoyed this movie.
Did it do anything new or inventive? Well ... no ... admittedly, as much as I did enjoy the movie, I'm not deluded into thinking that 'Imposter' is some kind of new land-mark of science-fiction. As mentioned in many reviews before, elements from 'Total Recall,' 'Blade Runner,' 'Minority Report' and the fugitive are borrowed from heavily and there's also a heavy dose of the trade-mark 'perceived reality vs. actual reality' that seems to be the theme of many of Dick's works.
That said though, I don't think anyone dropped the ball either. I thought that the cast had a lot of talent, the performances were all solid, and the script was paced well. The directing was a little muddy. I know the point of having the camera the camera movements being as fluid as they were was to give the audience the same disorienting feeling that the main character was feeling. I think they could have achieved the same feeling without going so far over-board.
When all was said and done, I'm not sure I'd buy the movie; but if you could pick up a used copy, rent it or catch it on cable, you could definitely do it without feeling suckered.
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The first thing that struck me about this film is that it should've done better than it did. Based on Philip K Dick's short story, "Impostor" delivers the goods, surpassing this summer's other PKD celluloid offering, "Minority Report", in every aspect. Gary Sinise, Vincent D'Onofrio, Mekhi Pfifer, & Madeleine Stowe all turn in top-notch performances, & Gary Fleder's direction is absolutely sublime.
One of the intriguing things about the Director's Cut DVD is that it features the original 38-minute short film (essentially the first 25 & last 13 minutes of the theatrical version), which was originally to be the linchpin in a trilogy of sci-fi short movies (and was, I believe, released as such in Japan). The higher-ups at Dimension were so pleased with the results that they gave the go-ahead to make it a full blown feature (kind of a shame for the other two movies), & rightly so. The film doesn't concentrate so much on the futuristic aspects as the characters, which is what PKD's writing was all about.
No doubt, "Impostor" will get lost in the shuffle of all the hoopla surrounding the somewhat inferior "Minority Report", which is a shame. This film deserves to be given a fair shake.
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It's a pretty common theme in Dick's work; it's an inversion of Hitchcock's "wrong man" theme. Imposter works best when Sinise, D'Onfrio and Stowe are on screen. Sinise gives one of his most sincere, powerful performances since Of Mice and Men (nearly a decade ago) and Truman. D'Onfrtio acts as the perfect foil to Sinise's brilliant scientist. The plot essentially boils down to this: Sinise plays a weapons designer who has come up with a device that could obliterate the alien enemy (much like the atomic bomb with the Japanese during WWII). He's the ultimate insider with his doubts about the ethical and moral decision to develop and use the device.
D'Onfrio plays a the future equivelent of an FBI agent. He believes that Sinise's character has been murdered and replaced by a Cyborg with a mission to kill the leader of Earth. If the Fugitive like plot plays out like something you've seen before, keep in mind that there are enough plot twists and turns ahead to keep it interesting. Remember, there are, after all, only 36 dramatic situations and variations on these themes. Imposter just happens to use one that's very familiar and invert many of the expectations.
If the film plays a little too long given its plot, keep in mind that this was originally developed as 1/3 of a triology of short films (the original short is included with the feature version). That and the fact that the script passed through at least 6 different writers' hands (four of whom are credited) might explain some of the minor plot holes. On the whole when Imposter works it works very well. Director Gary Fedler (Kiss The Girls) keeps the pace brisk and scenes short and to the point.
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