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Director: Michael Bay     Starring: Scarlett Johansson Ewan McGregor
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Sku: 202104642
UPC: 678149480528
UPC 14: 00678149480528
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From Director Michael Bay (Armageddon, The Rock) comes an action-packed thrill ride that's an "explosive, mind-blowing assault on the senses!" - Clay Smith, The Insider.

Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson lead an all-star cast as residents of an isolated, high-tech compound. But when they discover they're actually clones, and worth more dead than alive, they stage a daring escape. Battling an unfamiliar environment and an armed team of mercenaries in hot pursuit, they'll risk their lives and freedom to save those they left behind - and reveal the truth about The Island.

What is UMDTM?
UMD, Universal Media Disc, is a brand-new and groundbreaking optical storage medium, designed for the high speed and efficient delivery of digital entertainment content that can store up to 1.8 GB of digital data on a 60mm disc -- or an entire feature film on a single UMD video. All UMD DVDs are produced in Widescreen and encoded using advanced AVC compression. UMD for PSP will play on the new PlayStation Portable handheld entertainment system.


  • Diameter: 60 mm
  • Maximum Capacity: 1.8GB (Single-sided, dual layer)
  • Laser wavelength: 660nm (Red laser)
  • "An enormously entertaining thriller...  Jeffrey Lyons, NBC-TV
    "A full-throttle thrill ride.  JP Sarni, Sirius Satellite Radio
    "Great Story, Great Action, Great Film!  Paul Clinton, CNN Online

    Editor's Note
    In this thriller from director Michael Bay (PEARL HARBOR, ARMAGEDDON), survivors of global contamination live in a sterile, self-contained world where their every move is monitored. The rules are easy: be pleasant, refrain from asking questions, and don't rock the boat. Everything they need is provided for them, from the white uniforms that magically appear in their closets, to their customized cafeteria-style meals. The survivors all eagerly await their big payoff: winning the lottery and being sent to The Island, the only remaining untainted land in the world. But Lincoln Six-Echo (Ewan McGregor) yearns for more from his life and begins to wonder what really lies outside the thick walls. When his best friend, Jordan Two-Delta (Scarlett Johansson), wins the lottery, he knows that he has to find out the truth about their world before she departs. What he finds is terrifying enough to send Lincoln and Jordan fleeing from the facility to the real world where they quickly discover that they are clones, and that both The Island and global contamination are a ruse. The clones sole purpose is to be harvested for replacement parts when their sponsors need them. With his business now in jeopardy, Dr. Merrick (Sean Bean), the founder of the cloning company, hires a crack team led by Albert Laurent (Djimon Hounsou) to track down his escaped product. Wild chase scenes through Los Angeles circa 2050 are punctuated by high-tech transportation as Lincoln and Jordan run for their lives and try to assimilate into a world that is completely foreign to them. The futuristic set design and visual effects are particularly impressive. McGregor and Johansson both expertly communicate the human element and desire for life that has developed in the two clones, while still finding humor and awe in their childlike naivety.


    Video Features English, Spanish, French, No Longer Produced

    Technical Info

    Release Information
    Video Mfg Name Studio: Paramount
    Video Release Date Release Date: 1/10/2006
    Video Play Time Running Time: 136 minutes
    Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2005
    Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 94805
    Video UPC UPC: 00678149480528
    Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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

    Cast & Crew

    Video Cast Info Ewan McGregor
    Video Cast Info Michael Clarke Duncan
    Video Cast Info Scarlett Johansson
    Video Cast Info Steve Buscemi
    Video Cast Info Caspian Tredwell-Owen - Story By
    Video Cast Info Caspian Tredwell-Owen, et. al. - Screenplay
    Video Cast Info Mauro Fiore - Director of Photography
    Video Cast Info Michael Bay - Director
    Video Cast Info Michael Bay, et. al. - Producer
    Video Cast Info Nigel Phelps - Production Designer
    Video Cast Info Paul Rubell, et. al. - Editor
    Video Cast Info Steve Jablonsky - Original Music By

    Professional Reviews

    New York Times
    "[G]lossy, witty eye candy with some moderately chewy stuff in the middle." 07/22/2005 p.E13

    "[With] an intriguing opening hour which manages to create genuine suspense and recall the creepiest moments of LOGAN'S RUN." 10/01/2005 p.136

    James Berardinelli's ReelViews 6 of 10
    If there are lots of flashes and bangs, and smoke and fire, either your car has just rear-ended a Pinto or Michael Bay has made a new movie. Sometimes, both are disasters. In the case of The Island, there's enough fun to be had that it's almost possible to ignore the stupidity of the story and the cavity that replaces character development. This is a non-interactive video game demo crossed with an amusement park ride. It offers plenty of thrills but nothing else. It looks and sounds good, but satisfies only on the most primal level. For some, this will be enough. Calling The Island a "popcorn, old-fashioned summer movie" is fair, but it's also sad, since it could have been more. But movies that aim low rarely achieve any kind of altitude. - James Berardinelli

    Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
    The Island runs 136 minutes, but that's not long for a double feature. The first half of Michael Bay's new film is a spare, creepy science fiction parable, and then it shifts into a high-tech action picture. Both halves work. Whether they work together is a good question. The more you like one, the less you may like the other. I liked them both, up to a point, but the movie seemed a little too much like surf & turf. - Roger Ebert

    Product Attributes

    Product attributeVideo Format:   UMD
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