Best of Blu-Ray-V01

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Get ready for action, adventure, and excitement with The Best of Blu-ray Disc: Volume One! This incredible collection includes some of your favorite films of all time in stunning high definition: THE ROAD WARRIOR, SWORDFISH, TRAINING DAY, and LETHAL WEAPON!

THE ROAD WARRIOR: One of the most mind-blowing stunt movies ever made. Mel Gibson first made his movie mark as loner Mad Max, driving the roads of a post-apocalypse Australian outback and helping the scraggly defenders of a fuel-depot encampment against murderous marauders.

SWORDFISH: Your password for high-tech excitement, John Travolta is a mastermind plotting a huge electronic theft caper, Hugh Jackman is a wily computer superhacker, and Halle Berry and Don Cheadle co-star.

TRAINING DAY: Denzel Washington won his second Academy Award as a twisted L.A. undercover detective who becomes the kind of thug he's sworn to collar. Ethan Hawke is his unseasoned new partner and Antoine Fuqua (Shooter) directs.

LETHAL WEAPON: Two Vietnam vets-turned-cops (Mel Gibson and Danny Glover) have just one thing in common: both hate to work with partners. But their partnership becomes key to their survival when a routine murder investigation leads to all-out, martial-arts-and-machine-guns war with an international heroin ring.


Studio Warner
SKU 204735310
UPC 085391172215
UPC 14 00085391172215
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 11/9/2010
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  2.40:1/1.85:1
Cast & Crew
Antoine Fuqua - [Training] Director
Bruce Spence - [Road] Actor
Danny Glover - [Lethal] Actor
Denzel Washington - [Training] Actor
Dominic Sena - [Swordfish] Director
Don Cheadle - [Swordfish] Actor
Emil Minty - [Road] Actor
Ethan Hawke - [Training] Actor
Gary Busey - [Lethal] Actor
George Miller - [Road] Director
Halle Berry - [Swordfish] Actor
Hugh Jackman - [Swordfish] Actor
John Travolta - [Swordfish] Actor
Mel Gibson - [Road, Lethal] Actor
Mitch Ryan - [Lethal] Actor
Richard Donner - [Lethal] Director
Scott Glenn - [Training] Actor
Tom Berenger - [Training] Actor
Vernon Wells - [Road] Actor
Winner (2002) Image Award, Denzel Washington, [Training] Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture,Image Award, Halle Berry, [Swordfish] Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture,MTV Award, Snoop Dogg, [Training] Best Cameo,MTV Award, Denzel Washington, [Training] Best Villain,Oscar, Denzel Washington, [Training] Best Actor in a Leading Role
Winner (1989) Image Award, Danny Glover, [Lethal] Outstanding Lead Actor in a Motion Picture,Image Award, Lethal Weapon, [Lethal] Outstanding Motion Picture,Image Award, Traci Wolfe, [Lethal] Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review [Swordfish] Like Die Hard and Speed before it, Swordfish is escapist entertainment that requires a significant level of suspended disbelief. While this motion picture lacks the strong scripts and easy-to-identify-with central characters of its antecedents (the aforementioned summer action flicks), its deficiencies in those areas don't detract significantly from its watchability. The screenplay, credited to Skip Woods, is silly and often preposterous, but it's not dumb. It pokes fun at itself on a fairly constant basis, although never straying so far over the line that it morphs into self-parody. Director Dominic Sena (Gone In 60 Seconds) puts things into testosterone-and-adrenaline overdrive, delivering a healthy portion of chases leavened with high-tech gadgetry and a helping of raunchy under-the-table sex and high-profile nudity.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource The Washington Post
Review [Lethal] "Lethal Weapon" is a vivid, visceral reminder of just how exciting an action film can be. It demonstrates how that much-abused genre, the police procedural, can be brought to life by a good director (Richard Donner) and a strong cast...Although Gibson's flat American accent is a little disconcerting (he was born here, but moved to Australia at 12), he does bring some of his original Mad Max menace to the role. Constantly at flash point, he's hardly the kind of partner anyone would want...With his hard-nosed portrayal of Murtaugh, Glover manages to avoid becoming Hollywood's black Everyman. It's a neat twist on his bad-cop role in "Witness," and the rapport between these two fine actors seems genuine, thanks in no small part to writer Shane Black's convincing dialogue. After watching Gibson and Glover grow accustomed to each other, develop trust and confidence in each other and charge bullheadedly into dangerous situations, you can't help but hope there's a "Lethal Weapon II."
Reviewer Richard Harrington
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review [Road] "Mad Max 2" [released in the United States as "The Road Warrior"] is a film of pure action, of kinetic energy organized around the barest possible bones of a plot. It has a vision of a violent future world, but it doesn't develop that vision with characters and dialogue. It would rather plunge headlong into one of the most relentlessly aggressive movies ever made. I walked out of "Mad Max 2" a little dizzy and with my ears still ringing from the roar of the sound track; I can't say I "enjoyed" the film, but I'll hardly forget it...Max's role in "Mad Max 2" is to behave something like a heroic cowboy might have in a classic Western. He happens upon a small band of people who are trying to protect their supplies of gasoline from the attacks of warriors who have them surrounded...The special effects and stunts in this movie are spectacular; "Mad Max 2" goes on a short list with "Bullitt," "The French Connection," and the truck chase in "Raiders of the Lost Ark" as among the great chase films of modern years.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 9
4 Pack, No Longer Produced
Product Attributes
Video Format Blu-Ray
Andrew O'Hehir, [Training] of the finest cops-and-robbers thrillers of recent years, full of devious twists and gun-grinding tension...
Chris Kaltenbach, Baltimore Sun [Swordfish] ...a relentless action flick that looks great and moves with more grace and speed than seems possible.
Janet Maslin, The New York Times [Lethal] Hard-boiled, high-voltage, hotheaded police thriller. Packs an undeniable wallop.
Lou Lumenick, New York Post [Training] ...Washington delivers the performance of his career.
Rene Rodriguez, Miami Herald [Swordfish] The liveliest and most engaging time killer to come out of Hollywood in a long while.
Rita Kempley, The Washington Post [Lethal] A pistol-packing, snap-crackling thinking-man's thriller.
Rob Thomas, Capital Times [Road] A brutal, exhausting, relentless action masterpiece.
Urban Cinefile [Road] Quite simply the best action-exploitation film ever made.

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