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Terrence Malick's startlingly assured debut, Badlands, comes to DVD with a widescreen transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1 and a standard full-frame 1.33:1 image. Malick is an exceedingly visual director, making the inclusion of the full-frame image completely superfluous. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. Subtitles are available in those two languages as well. There are no ...
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Charles Fitzpatrick, Gail Threlkeld, Bryan Montgomery, John Carter, Gary Littlejohn, Alan Vint, Ramon Bieri, Warren Oates,... 04/27/1999 DVD Good 1973 Run time: 94. All orders ... are shipped from Boise Idaho. While the overwhelming majority of packages shipped via Standard shipping arrive within the time specified above, in rare cases shipments can take 3 to 5 weeks to arrive. Please note: At this time, we ship only within the United States. Shipments to Alaska and Hawaii are shipped via our Standard option. Read more Show Less

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Terrence Malick's startlingly assured debut, Badlands, comes to DVD with a widescreen transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1 and a standard full-frame 1.33:1 image. Malick is an exceedingly visual director, making the inclusion of the full-frame image completely superfluous. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. Subtitles are available in those two languages as well. There are no extra features on this disc. Hopefully one day a deluxe version of this classic will see the light, but until then this acceptable, if less than thrilling, release will have to suffice.
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All Movie Guide - Mark Deming
What could have been just another story about delinquents on the run was turned into something extraordinary by first-time director Terrence Malick. A uniquely lyrical story of violence and teenage mythos in the 1950s, Badlands is probably the most low-key film ever made about a mass murderer. Twenty-four-year-old Kit Carruthers (played to perfection by Martin Sheen) has so deeply immersed himself in the studied, affectless cool of James Dean that he appears incapable of showing emotions, while his 15-year-old girlfriend, Holly (Sissy Spacek, also excellent), is at once too baffled by Kit to know how to react and too bored and starved for attention to turn him away when he drags her along for a multi-state killing spree; their crimes seem to stem less from anger than from ennui gone wrong. Much as Sergio Leone's spaghetti Westerns featured amoral men in a landscape at once beautiful and desolate, Malick places his murderous couple in an American landscape both stunning and strangely barren; Kit's violence seems less an act of focused rage than a pitiful attempt to make something new of his otherwise plain surroundings, much as Holly's flowery narration tries to derive an exciting story from their arid, sordid lives. (Malick's camera crew, led by Tak Fujimoto, Steven Larner, and Brian Probyn, do brilliant work on a limited budget.) Presenting his killers without judgment (but without approval, either), Malick wrought a strange and unsettling beauty for this first chapter in his remarkable (if not prolific) film career.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/27/1999
  • UPC: 085391608622
  • Original Release: 1973
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Pan & Scan / Dolby 5.1 / Mono / Stereo
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, stereo, monaural
  • Language: English, Fran├žais
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Martin Sheen Kit Carruthers
Sissy Spacek Holly Sargis
Warren Oates Mr. Sargis, Father
Alan Vint Deputy
Ramon Bieri Cato
Gary Littlejohn Sheriff
John Carter Rich Man
Terrence Malick Salesman
Dona Baldwin Maid
Ben Bravo Gas Station Attendant
Charles Fitzpatrick Clerk
Howard Ragsdale Boss
John Womack Jr. Trooper on plane
Technical Credits
Terrence Malick Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Robert L. Estrin Editor
Jack Fisk Art Director
Tak Fujimoto Cinematographer
Stevan Larner Cinematographer
James Nelson Sound/Sound Designer
Edward R. Pressman Executive Producer
Brian Probyn Cinematographer
Ed Richardson Art Director
William P. Scott Production Manager
Louis A. Stroller Associate Producer
George Aliceson Tipton Score Composer
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Scene Index

Jump to a Scene.
0. Jump to a Scene.
1. Little did I realize. [2:28]
2. Credits; Holly meets Kit. [4:39]
3. Go for a ride?. [2:58]
4. Grand love. [5:03]
5. Dad disapproves. [3:44]
6. What it sounds like. [4:18]
7. For the record. [4:52]
8. Gone in a blaze. [2:06]
9. Their big marble hall. [7:08]
10. Hunting the hunters. [2:55]
11. Cato's place. [8:03]
12. Couple in the cellar. [2:31]
13. Out of the sun. [1:42]
14. Like a Russian invasion. [1:30]
15. The rich man's house. [2:15]
16. Dreams and advice. [2:21]
17. A visitor. [2:33]
18. Our headlong way. [3:18]
19. What direction?. [4:53]
20. Headlight dance ( A Blossom Fell). [3:39]
21. Today's the day. [3:23]
22. High-speed pursuit. [4:21]
23. Marking the capture site. [2:24]
24. Like James Dean. [1:50]
25. Pieces of Kit. [1:13]
26. Too bad about you dad. [2:40]
27. Quite an individual. [1:48]
28. End Credits. [2:55]
Side #1 -- Badlands Widescreen
0. Jump to a Scene
1. Little did I realize. [2:28]
2. Credits; Holly meets Kit. [4:39]
3. Go for a ride? [2:58]
4. Grand love. [5:03]
5. Dad disapproves. [3:44]
6. What it sounds like. [4:18]
7. For the record. [4:52]
8. Gone in a blaze. [2:06]
9. Their big marble hall. [7:08]
10. Hunting the hunters. [2:55]
11. Cato's place. [8:03]
12. Couple in the cellar. [2:31]
13. Out of the sun. [1:42]
14. Like a Russian invasion. [1:30]
15. The rich man's house. [2:15]
16. Dreams and advice. [2:21]
17. A visitor. [2:33]
18. Our headlong way. [3:18]
19. What direction? [4:53]
20. Headlight dance (A Blossom Fell). [3:39]
21. Today's the day. [3:23]
22. High-speed pursuit. [4:21]
23. Marking the capture site. [2:24]
24. Like James Dean. [1:50]
25. Pieces of Kit. [1:13]
26. Too bad about your dad. [2:40]
27. Quite an individual. [1:48]
28. End Credits. [2:55]
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Menu

Main.
   Menu Group #1 with 28 chapter(s) covering 01:33:41
Languages.
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Side #1 -- Badlands Widescreen
   Languages
      Soundtracks English
      Soundtracks Francais
      Subtitles English
      Subtitles Francais
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2013

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    Brilliant picaresque tale with a young Spacek and Sheen. Too bad

    Brilliant picaresque tale with a young Spacek and Sheen. Too bad Malick didn't make more features after Days of Heaven until The Thin Red Line 20 years later!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Terence Malick's debut film is his best, telling the Starkweather-esque story of Kit Carruthers and his girlfriend Holly in a strange and hypnotic manner that somehow still manages to feel both naturalistic and right. The lead performances are two of the finest in film history, with Sheen and Spacek capturing the exact mix of wistfulness, childishness, and chilling nonchalance of two sociopaths who see their killing spree as a grand and romantic, though not necessarily exciting, adventure. Spacek's narration and the beautifully bizarre yet oddly appropriate calypso-style score accent the film's dreamy feel, and help make this one of the best from cinema's greatest decade.

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