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Format: DVD
Sku: 40722994
UPC: 024543903741
UPC 14: 00024543903741
Category Keywords: Action  Crime  South America  Spy
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Romancing the Stone:When her sister is kidnapped by thugs searching for a priceless jewel in the Colombian jungle, a romance novelist (Kathleen Turner) soon finds her own life filled with cliffhangers and danger. All alone, she sets out to rescue her sister and meets up with a handsome fortune seeker (Michael Douglas) who convinces her to beat the bandits to the treasure.Rating: PGRunning Time: 106 MinEntrapment:When a priceless Rembrandt is stolen in New York, the evidence points to a solitary master thief (Connery), who is about to meet the insurance company's most cunning - and seductive - investigator (Zeta-Jones). Following a nerve-racking game of cat and mouse, the two join forces, or so it seems, to attempt a daring multibillion-dollar heist tied to the dawn of the new millennium.Rating : PG-13Running Time: 113 MinTrue Lies:Arnold Schwarzenegger is special agent Harry Tasker, a top spy in the ultra-secret Omega Sector who also dances a mean tango- although to his neglected wife, Helen, (Jamie Lee Curtis) he's just a dull computer salesman. But while Harry's been busy fighting terrorists, Helen's been gathering secrets of her own. And when their two secret lives unexpectedly collide, Harry and Helen find themselves in the clutches of international terrorists, fighting to save not only their marriage but their lives as well. Packed with non-stop action, spectacular special effects and unprecedented stunts, this "domestic epic" from director James Cameron (Titanic, Terminator 2: Judgment Day) is a rollicking 90's twist on the super spy genre.Rating: RRunning Time: 150 MinFormat: DVD MOVIE

"[Entrapment] ...crackling suspense and startling surprises.  Jeanne Wolf's Hollywood
"[Romancing] Lots of fun... delightful... pure escapism.  Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"[Lies] Fast, flashy, furious and funny. True Lies is a terrific film.  People Magazine

Editor's Note
ENTRAPMENT: Sparks fly as Virginia Baker (Catherine Zeta-Jones), an insurance agent, charms her way into doing business with Robert MacDougal (Sean Connery), an aging thief. In preparation for their latest heist, Connery has her suffer through a rigorous training camp. Promises begin to blur and dwindle as romance introduces itself into the picture, building up to a payoff that's sure to disappoint one of the involved parties.

ROMANCING THE STONE: Though she can spin wild tales of passionate romance, novelist Joan Wilder (Kathleen Turner) has no life of her own. Then one day adventure comes her way in the form of a mysterious package. It turns out that the parcel is the ransom she'll need to free her abducted sister, so Joan flies to South America to hand it over. Only she gets on the wrong bus and winds up hopelessly stranded in the jungle -- until she encounters Jack Colton (Michael Douglas), a man who could have stepped straight out of one of her novels.

Though Jack's good looks and intrepid moves dazzle her, Joan quickly sees Jack for the cheap opportunist that he is. But he's all she's got, so together they journey out of the jungle, battling mudslides, druglords, crazed treasure-hunters -- and each other. Along the way, Joan discovers she's tougher than she ever thought; tough enough to rescue her sister, and tough enough to fall in love with the troublesome Jack.

TRUE LIES: Secret agent Harry Tasker (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a busy man; when he's not saving the world from terrorists, he's under cover as a boring computer salesman, juggling the everyday needs of his wife, Helen (Jamie Lee Curtis), and his daughter. While Harry and his partner, Gib (Tom Arnold), work to stop a gang of international terrorists from getting their hands on missing nuclear weapons, Helen, feeling neglected, begins a covert affair with a sleazy used car salesman pretending to be a spy. When Harry finds out, he decides to give Helen a lesson in spy games, which backfires when the couple is kidnapped and stuck in the middle of an international terrorist crisis. Director James Cameron topped his previous spectaculars with this action-comedy extravaganza (the most expensive film ever made before TITANIC), featuring amazing stunts and special effects. Actual Harrier jets were hired from the U.S Air Force for their sequence, while production dangled from a skyscraper over the streets of Miami for the amazing climax. TRUE LIES is based on a 1991 French spy comedy entitled LA TOTALE! (Translation: THE JACKPOT).

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Technical Info


Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/1/2005
Video Play Time Running Time: 369 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1999/1984
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 2110374
Video UPC UPC: 00024543903741
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 3

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Arnold Schwarzenegger
Video Cast Info Catherine Zeta-Jones
Video Cast Info Danny DeVito
Video Cast Info Jamie Lee Curtis
Video Cast Info Kathleen Turner
Video Cast Info Michael Douglas
Video Cast Info Sean Connery
Video Cast Info Tia Carrera
Video Cast Info Tom Arnold
Video Cast Info Ving Rhames
Video Cast Info Will Patton
Video Cast Info Zack Norman
Video Cast Info James Cameron - [Lies] Director
Video Cast Info Jon Amiel - [Entrapment] Director
Video Cast Info Robert Zemeckis - [Romancing] Director

Awards


Golden Globe (1985)
Video Award Name Kathleen Turner, Winner, [Romancing] Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical

Oscar (1995)
   Video Award Name John Bruno, Thomas L. Fisher, Pat McClung, Jacques Stoweis, Nominee, [Lies] Best Visual Effects

Golden Globe (1995)
Video Award Name Jamie Lee Curtis, Winner, [Lies] Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical

Professional Reviews

The New York Times 7 of 10
[Entrapment] The caper film Entrapment summons the days when being a thief with taste was the profession of choice for the soigne movie hero. It resurrects that art of gamesmanship by casting Sean Connery as Robert "Mac" Macdougal, the kind of baronial art connoisseur who has assembled his collection by unorthodox means. He presumably meets his match in Catherine Zeta-Jones' Virginia "Gin" Baker, the most glamorous of insurance investigators. When the story sends these two to an elegant party, extras swivel their heads to gape at Ms. Zeta-Jones in ways that don't look rehearsed... While she plays her role in fresh, headstrong fashion, Connery has the effortless authority to give the film some ballast, and the unalloyed charisma to make the whole thing look easy. It helps that the romance isn't overworked and that his Mac has an imperious, crotchety streak to keep his much younger partner at bay. With Ron Bass and William Broyles (the former editor of Newsweek and Texas Monthly) as screenwriters, the script tosses in a convenient prohibition that it would be "against the rules" for these two to get involved. This is only slightly less credible than the duo's ultimate gambit of trying to steal billions from a Malaysian bank in the world's tallest building on New Year's Eve. That sequence, a vertiginous show stopper, combines new ways to make the palms sweat with a humorous nostalgia for how heists worked when this genre was hot. Among the film's high-tech details are its scheme for outwitting computers during only a few hugely profitable seconds. - Janet Maslin

Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
[Romancing] Movies like this have a tendency to turn into a long series of scenes where the man grabs the woman by the hand and leads her away from danger at a desperate run. I always hate scenes like that. Why can't the woman run by herself? Don't they both have a better chance if the guy doesn't have to always be dragging her? What we're really seeing is leftover sexism from the days when women were portrayed as hapless victims. Romancing the Stone doesn't have too many scenes like that. It begins by being entirely about the woman, and although Douglas takes charge after they meet, that's basically because he knows the local territory. Their relationship is on an equal footing, and so is their love affair. We get the feeling they really care about each other, and so the romance isn't just a distraction from the action. - Roger Ebert

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Connery,Sean
Product attributeLabel:   Fox Home Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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