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U.S. Marshals (Special Edition)

4.0 out of 5 stars 72 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes, Robert Downey Jr.
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Special Edition, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: July 21 1998
  • Run Time: 131 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 72 customer reviews
  • ASIN: 0790736411
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,920 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Ladies and gentlemen, be alert. We are going to initiate a hard-target search for a fugitive in an ever-widening perimeter. We will wade through swamps, prowl Manhattan streets, search every house and doghouse. We'll eat on the run, sleep tomorrow, watch our backs. And since Marshal Sam Gerard leads the hunt, we will experience suspense, action and daring twists every breathless step of the way. Returning to his Oscar-winning role from The Fugitive, Tommy Lee Jones is Gerard, joining an A-team including Wesley Snipes, Robert Downey Jr. and director Stuart Baird. (Executive Decision) to deliver adrenaline-rush excitement. The suspect: armed, extremely dangerous, perhaps linked to a spy ring. The chase: highlighted by an out-of-control 727, a death match in a ship's cargo hold, a 12-story plunge onto a moving train and more heart-pounding sequences. The movie: U.S. Marshals.


An ultimately futile attempt to make lightning strike twice, this so-called spinoff from 1993's blockbuster The Fugitive avoids the label of "sequel" by forging ahead without the first film's star, Harrison Ford. The idea is to showcase the return of Tommy Lee Jones in his Oscar-winning role as tenacious U.S. Marshal Sam Gerard, this time testing his mettle against a covert government operative (Wesley Snipes) accused of murdering two secret service attachés. Unfortunately, Jones and the entire cast have been trapped in a rambling plot, and the underdog status that made Ford such a compelling hero is sacrificed to an evenly matched and eventually tiresome game of cat and mouse, with a villain whose identity is far too predictable. With no dramatic buildup and several superfluous characters to distract its focus, the film's momentum plays out like a rote exercise compared to the high stakes of the earlier film. --Jeff Shannon

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
this movie is a sequel of sorts to the fugitive,but works just as well
as a stand alone film.this time around the U.S Marshals are led once
again by Chief Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard.(Tommy Lee Jones)but this
time they are chasing a much more dangerous prey,a robber and
murderer.but not just any murderer.this guy has some special
skills.Wesley Snipes plays the hunted this time around.Robert Downey Jr
plays a special agent assigned to assist Gerard and his team apprehend
the killer.Kate Nelligan plays Gerard's boss,and while she has little
more than a cameo,she really impressed me.she has some great screen
presence.Jones is also very good,as always and Downey adds some sleaze
to the proceedings(that's a good thing).Snipes is outstanding as the
pursued.as for the movie itself,the story is deeper and more
developed.there is quite a bit going on here.there's much more intrigue
and plot twists than in "The Fugitive".i also like that there is some
close quarter hand to hand combat in this movie,which "The Fugitive
didn't' have. it's a bit of a different movie than "The Fugitive",but
just as good.Stuart Baird directed this movie.he also helmed "Executive
Decision" and "Star Trek:Nemesis"both of which i enjoyed.if you enjoyed
those two films,you will probably like "U.S.Marshals".for me,this movie
is a 4/5.
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though it doesnt have the title The Fugitive 2...it takes another look at a wanted man who is framed for a murder he didnt committ...good and solid performances by Tommy Lee Jones(The Fugitive, The Hunted), Robert Downey, Jr.(Gothika, In Dreams) and the awesome Wesley Snipes(Blade 1 and II, ZigZag)...this came out in the same year his smash Blade did....and I always say..hey, thats the movie Snipes did before he did Blade...cool..anyway. the plane crash is good, chase scenes are good and the finale is down right Downey deadly..though lacking in some parts it picks it up with energy..for the fans of the stars or for whoever like The Fugitive with Harrison Ford. also starring Irene Jacobi(1995's Othello remake), Tom Wood(The Fugitive and Under Siege), Joe Pantoliano(The MAtrix, The Fugitive, Memento), Daniel Roebuck(Money Talks, Final Destination), Kate Nelligan(The Cider House Rules, Wolf), LaTanya Richardson(Lone Star,The Super), Michael Paul Chan(Spy Game, Batman Forever), Patrick Malahide(The Long Kiss Goodnight, The World Is Not Enough) and Rick Snyder(The Generals Daughter, The NEt)
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Format: DVD
Tired and tiresome.
Lemme get this straight. They remake the Fugitive with the Star Wars guy and everybody knows the one armed man did it. Everyone except Al Gore's very old undergrad roommate. No, this dude will go to the ends of the earth to get his man, taxpayer's rights and flower beds be darned.

So, the audience likes this creep so much, we get a sequel in which he, in an Arky accent, does a hard target search on every backrow, hedgerow, cornrow and Scott Turow to get his man, cost in dollars, lives and dignity be damned. Oh, yeah, one more thing, IT IS, AGAIN, THE WRONG FLOCKING GUY!!! We know that because he is a brother and this fossil apparently only shines when he is centeredly in the wrong. Does no one else find this a tad creepy?

Don't watch this, try something edifying like women's pro basketball. My public access channels run JUCO women's volleyball. Whoo Hoo!!! Good for hours at a time.

This has been a LawDog "I have not and never will see this movie" review. Not reviewed for typos.
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Although I don't consider U.S. Marshals™ to be as good an outing as The Fugitive™ flick, it made a valiant and for the most part effective effort to match up to its predecessor. If you're lookin' for thrills, action, intrigue, Tommy Lee Jones chewin' the scenery with the same zeal and sense of fun as he did in the first movie and yadda yadda yadda and all those other bits o' hype & cliches you've already heard ad nauseam-- well, you might wanna watch The Fugitive™ first. And then if you like what'cha see there, you just might find this flick likable as well. And if you're thinkin' of buyin' this, just remember that for every copy of this that sells, co-star Robert Downey Jr. gets that much closer to payin' off his rehab tab! How's THAT for a humanitarian gesture, hmm?
Normally, I'd start out this paragraph with a brief synopsis of the flick. But for this review, I've decided to go the lazy route: if you want an overview of U.S. Marshals™' great and/or not-so-great moments, take a gander at the other customer reviews posted here. As for picture and sound quality, I found the former among of the sharpest and cleanest of the WB™'s DVD library, and the latter above-average.

The extra features included on this platter are somewhat sparse compared to most 'Special Edition' DVDs. As expected, the original theatrical trailer is included, as are a few TV spots. Then there's the text mini-bios of the principal cast and crew, as well as a text overview on the production and shooting of U.S. Marshals™. Also thrown in is a ten-minute-long mini-doc on the history of the U.S. Marshal Service.
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