Revenge (Costner 1990)

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  1. Mikael S

    Mikael S Auditioning

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    Is this movie about to be released on DVD in the near future?

    Good movie and it definetely deserves a release on the DVD format in my opinion.
     
  2. rutger_s

    rutger_s Supporting Actor

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    Revenge has been out on DVD since 1998. You can find it around $10-$14 in most stores and online.

    The DVD offers both 16x9 and modified for 4x3 formats with Dolby Surround sound and the trailer.
     
  3. Mikael S

    Mikael S Auditioning

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    Thanks for the info rutger_s.

    I see now that my regular retailer has it listed. Got to look more thoroughly next time [​IMG]

    Is the picture (widescreen) and sound quality good?
     
  4. Elijah Sullivan

    Elijah Sullivan Supporting Actor

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    There's a Director's Cut coming out on May 8th.

    Reading up about the production, it sounds like John Huston was going to direct it, and was opposed to the casting of Kevin Costner in the lead. Costner's will won out, and he had Huston replaced by Tony Scott. It definately figures that if Costner was throwing his weight around so much that Scott might have experienced some interferance in the editing room. I've never seen the film, so I'm looking forward to a first viewing of a Tony Scott film as he wanted it.
     
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    Has anyone seen this new cut yet? I have not seen either version,curious about opinions on both versions of the film.
     
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    Mark_Wilson Screenwriter

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    Haven't seen it yet but heard it's 25 minutes SHORTER than the previous release.
     
  9. Robert George

    Robert George Screenwriter

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    Yep. I picked up the new Director's Cut on Blu-ray a couple of days ago and the running time of this new version is a bit over 100 minutes. The theatrical version runs 124 minutes.

    In the commentary on the new disc, Scott says this is the film he wanted before.
     
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    Gordon McMurphy Producer

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    Here is a LIST of the changes that Tony Scott has made.
     
  11. Steve Tannehill

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    Okay, is it a better movie now? I saw the original cut once, and it was dreadful...

    - Steve
     

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