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Speed (Widescreen Five Star Collection) [2 Discs] [Import]

4.4 out of 5 stars 181 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Keanu Reeves, Dennis Hopper, Sandra Bullock, Joe Morton, Jeff Daniels
  • Directors: Jan de Bont
  • Writers: Graham Yost
  • Producers: Allison Lyon Segan, Ian Bryce, Mark Gordon
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Fox Video (Canada) Limited
  • Release Date: July 30 2002
  • Run Time: 116 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 181 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000067G3C
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Speed (Five Star Collection)

Everything clicked in this 1994 action hit, from the premise (a city bus has to keep moving at 50 mph or blow up) to the two leads (the usually inscrutable Keanu Reeves and the cute-as-a-button Sandra Bullock) to the villain (Dennis Hopper in psycho mode) to the director (Jan De Bont, who made this film hit the ground running with an edge-of-your-seat opening sequence on a broken elevator). This is the sort of movie that becomes a prototype for a thousand lesser films (including De Bont's lousy sequel, Speed 2: Cruise Control), but Speed really is a one-of-a-kind experience almost anyone can enjoy. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to the Blu-ray edition.

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Speed is one of those movies that has such a stupid premise its fun to watch, and many people do, myself included, over and over and over again until we are sick of it, and then we give it one more round. The film stars Keanu "Whoa!" Reeves as a LA police officer who boards a bus with a bomb armed below it. Go above 50 the bomb is armed, go below 50, Kaboom! Sandra Bullock stars alongside crazed bomber Dennis Hopper as a chick who got on the wrong bus this morning.
What really drives this movie along is the relentless action that director Jan DeBont seems to throw at the audience like it's candy. Coming off of one obstacle leads to another more challenging problem. Nearly all the time you would be board of "Not Again..." syndrome, but the movie keeps everything fresh and good and keeps you entertained for it's two-hour running time.
Speed was giving an initial release on DVD (along with it's god-awful sequel) back when the format was still young, while every studio has to double dip, FOX takes the cake with their excellent 5-Star Editions of classic action movies like Independence Day, Die Hard, and The Abyss. So here we are with Speed being given the ultimate treatment and you couldn't have a better result.
For being a movie made in the mid 1990s the picture quality is right on and the color definition is excellent, especially during the explosions in the beginning with the first bus and the cargo plane at the end. Blacks, although not present that much, unlike Resident Evil, are deep when they can be seen on screen. I didn't notice any edge enhancement of the print, but then again I was to busy watching the movie.
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You're going to say one thing after watching "Speed," and that will be "Whoa." This is an action film as exhausting as "Die Hard" and as exhilarating as the "Terminator" movies. It moves with the pacing of a John McTiernan picture and it has the perfection of a James Cameron action film. Its director, Jan De Bont, has worked on such films as "Die Hard" and "The Hunt for Red October," so it's no surprise that he bears a resemblance behind the camera to McTiernan.
The film is blunt, fast-paced and extremely exciting. It stars Keanu Reeves as Jack Traven, a Los Angeles bomb squad member as cool as he is decisive. Jack has been called into duty, along with his partner and friend, Harry (Jeff Daniels), to stop a madman bomber (Dennis Hopper), who has taken control of an elevator and will drop it to the ground unless his demand of three million dollars is met.
Jack takes his chances and ends up saving the day, but not before Harry is taken hostage and survives with a bullet shot. Howard Payne (Hopper) is dead, blown to pieces by his own bomb, and so they all go have a drink and party till the moon goes down and the sun rises up. You get the idea.
But Payne didn't really die, and now he's very mad at a certain somebody who foiled his last plan. He's spent a lifetime being treated as dirt, and he has convinced himself that he deserves the $3 million more than anybody else. Jack begs to differ, but he has no time to argue when Payne reappears and triggers a downtown bus with a bomb. The catch? If the bus accelerates past 50 M.P.H. and then drops below that point as before...kaboom.
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The name says it all, this is an intense film from start to finish, it never lets up!, it begins with a scene in a high-rise where people are leaving work for the day, as they get on the elevator, they become targets of a mad bomber who motivation is to extort money, Dennis Hopper is at his best as the mad bomber, Keanu Reeves is a swat team member called in to stop Hopper, which he does, but just barely, he is soon given a medal for his heroic display, but his celebration is short-lived as Hopper who is still a bit ticked off about his plan gone wrong decides to taunt Reeves & graciously puts his skills to the test, a bus soon explodes as a way to get Reeves' attention, soon Hopper is taunting Reeves about his next plan to blow up another bus that Reeves can stop if he pursues it, Reeves soon finds it only to discover that it has passed 50 miles per hour(if it drops it explodes)he now has to keep it above, how he boards the bus is a sight to see. Sandra Bullock is a passenger who unwillingly has to take the wheel when the driver is shot by another passenger who thinks Reeves is on to get him, he is soon disarmed & the action begins, Police & News helicopters are soon above & Hopper watches with joy on T.V.Read more ›
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