Colin Farrell Celebrity Pack

Overview

A young man tries to fight the military system only to find it fighting back in unexpected ways in this hard-edged drama. In 1971, Roland Bozz Colin Farrell is a draftee who has been sent to the Advanced Infantry Training Facility in Fort Polk, LA, where with hundreds of other new soldiers he's to be taught a final course in combat skills before being shipped out to Vietnam. Bozz has no interest in going to war, and is determined to get sent home as a troublemaker. But his plan backfires; his superiors regard his...
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Overview

A young man tries to fight the military system only to find it fighting back in unexpected ways in this hard-edged drama. In 1971, Roland Bozz Colin Farrell is a draftee who has been sent to the Advanced Infantry Training Facility in Fort Polk, LA, where with hundreds of other new soldiers he's to be taught a final course in combat skills before being shipped out to Vietnam. Bozz has no interest in going to war, and is determined to get sent home as a troublemaker. But his plan backfires; his superiors regard his insubordination as a sign of intelligence and independent thinking, and he's told he might some day become an officer. Bozz and his fellow soldiers -- aspiring writer Paxton Matthew Davis, sensitive Miter Clifton Collins Jr., philosophical Cantwell Thomas Guiry, bloodthirsty Wilson Shea Whigham, and heroic Johnson Russell Richardson -- are taught how to survive as they face their fears of death and wonder if they can somehow escape going to war. Tigerland was directed by Joel Schumacher; in a change of pace from his best-known work Falling Down, Batman Forever, and Batman and Robin, the film was made on a relatively low budget under $10 million, was written by first-time screenwriters Ross Klavan and Michael McGruther, and features a cast of young, little-known actors.
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Special Features

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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
If nothing else, the tautly directed Phone Booth proves that filmmakers don't need hundred-million-dollar budgets, interminable car chases, or repetitive shootouts to produce a genuinely riveting thriller. Working from a script by veteran B-movie scribe Larry Cohen and shooting at lightning speed with a small cast and crew, the normally excessive Joel Schumacher turned out a real sleeper with this briskly paced story. A brash New York publicist Colin Farrell is held captive in a Times Square phone booth by an unseen sniper Kiefer Sutherland, who speaks to him from a nearby building. As the rifleman watches his every move, the publicist is forced to humiliate himself in front of puzzled spectators and the wary police who soon surround him. Schumacher rises to the task of maintaining suspense without resorting to nail-biting action sequences or poorly contrived diversions. He does so by lavishing attention on the carefully calibrated performances of a well-chosen cast. Forest Whitaker is especially fine as the police detective who believes Farrell's character is likely though not certainly responsible for the death of an innocent bystander actually slain by the sniper. In just a few brief scenes, Katie Holmes registers strongly as the press agent's mistress, and one wishes she had been more prominently featured. A tense, protracted climax presages the surprise denouement, which brings Phone Booth to an eminently satisfying conclusion.
Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
In the contradictory comic-book-movie tradition of Tim Burton’s Batman, director Mark Steven Johnson's Daredevil is decidedly dark and dominated by a tragic, vengeful hero, effectively replicating the odd insouciance of its four-color inspiration. Daredevil, like Batman, is a relentless crime fighter who preys on evildoers to avenge the murder of his father. But that’s where the similarity ends, because Daredevil -- lawyer Matt Murdock by day -- is blind. Fortunately, a childhood accident has attuned his other four senses to an incredible degree, and he can "see" adversaries by the way sound waves register in his brain. Matt finds an unlikely comrade-in-arms in the exotic Elektra played with leathery verve by Jennifer Garner, who’s also looking for revenge. Their common enemy is a veteran crime lord known as the Kingpin Michael Clarke Duncan, who orders his psychopathic henchman, Bullseye Colin Farrell, to remove these threats to his dominance of the underworld. Ben Affleck is appropriately stoic as the tormented Murdock and looks great in the form-fitting red rubber suit that is Daredevil’s trademark. He’s also very effective in expansively choreographed fight sequences that rely more on good, old-fashioned stunt work than computer-generated imagery. Performancewise, though, Affleck is nearly upstaged by both Garner and Farrell, whose intriguing characters are sufficiently colorful to warrant movies of their own. Broadly faithful to its Marvel Comics namesake and lavishly mounted, Daredevil is dazzling, dynamic, and delightful.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/6/2006
  • UPC: 024543256908
  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 5:15:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Daredevil [Director's Cut]
1. Main Titles
2. Fallen Devil
3. Jack's Son
4. The Accident
5. To Be Fearless
6. Death of a Fighter
7. A Promise Kept
8. Blind Justice
9. Urich's Daredevil
10. A Man Alone
11. Nelson & Murdoch
12. The Scent of a Woman
13. Pas de Duel
14. The Kingpin of Crime
15. An Innocent Man
16. Bullseye
17. What the Blind Man Saw
18. The Trial
19. Up on the Roof
20. I'm Not a Bad Guy
21. No Secrets
22. The Black & White Ball
23. Bullseye's Target
24. The Devil Is Mine
25. Foggy for the Defense
26. Stay With Me
27. Urich's Information
28. McKensie's New Car
29. Wow
30. Something Really Cool
31. Elektra the Avenger
32. Alone Against Bullseye
33. To the Death
34. Bring On the Noise
35. The Devil's Mercy
36. Welch's Deal
37. Justice Is Served
38. For Dad
39. A Free Man
40. The Truth About Daredevil
41. Evil Always Survives
42. Faith Is All You Need
43. The Guardian Devil
44. End Titles
Disc #2, Side A -- Phone Booth: Full Screen
1. The Last Phone Booth [3:09]
2. The Publicist [5:47]
3. A Free Pizza [1:21]
4. Pam [1:25]
5. The Caller [2:19]
6. Exposed [3:27]
7. Kelly [3:44]
8. Don't Hang Up [2:02]
9. The Others [1:39]
10. Leon's Girls [3:59]
11. Guilty [2:59]
12. The Cops [2:56]
13. Captain Ramey [4:21]
14. The Center of Attention [3:50]
15. The Cell Phone [2:43]
16. She's Not My Wife [1:55]
17. The Perfect Violation [3:53]
18. Hung Up [2:25]
19. The Odds Are Even [2:25]
20. Kelly or Pam? [1:33]
21. A Sniper Situation [2:48]
22. Trust Is the Key [2:54]
23. A Chance for Redemption [4:56]
24. The Man in 604 [2:15]
25. A Familiar Face [1:24]
26. You'll Be Hearing From Me [1:35]
27. A Ringing Phone [:56]
28. End Titles [5:57]
Disc #2, Side B -- Phone Booth: Widescreen
1. The Last Phone Booth [3:09]
2. The Publicist [5:47]
3. A Free Pizza [1:21]
4. Pam [1:25]
5. The Caller [2:19]
6. Exposed [3:27]
7. Kelly [3:44]
8. Don't Hang Up [2:02]
9. The Others [1:39]
10. Leon's Girls [3:59]
11. Guilty [2:59]
12. The Cops [2:56]
13. Captain Ramey [4:21]
14. The Center of Attention [3:50]
15. The Cell Phone [2:43]
16. She's Not My Wife [1:55]
17. The Perfect Violation [3:53]
18. Hung Up [2:25]
19. The Odds Are Even [2:25]
20. Kelly or Pam? [1:33]
21. A Sniper Situation [2:48]
22. Trust Is the Key [2:54]
23. A Chance for Redemption [4:56]
24. The Man in 604 [2:15]
25. A Familiar Face [1:24]
26. You'll Be Hearing From Me [1:35]
27. A Ringing Phone [:56]
28. End Titles [5:57]
Disc #3 -- Tigerland
1. Bozz (Main Titles)
2. Welcome to the Infantry
3. Weekend Pass
4. Troublemakers
5. Cantwell's Punishment
6. Targets
7. The Hardship Case
8. The Bozz Problem
9. Persuading Charlie
10. I'm Not Playing
11. Bozz in Charge
12. Just a Store Boy
13. A Piece of Work
14. The Brave One
15. A Barracks Brawl
16. Wilson's Revenge
17. The Reluctant Lover
18. Welcome to Tigerland
19. No Happy Stories
20. As Real as Possible
21. Bozz's Choice
22. Live Ammo
23. Going to 'Nam
24. End Titles
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Daredevil [Director's Cut]
   Play
   Language Selection
      English 5.1 DTS
      English 5.1 Dolby Digital
      French Dolby Surround
      Commentary
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: None
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Watch the Director's Cut of the Film With Commentary by Director/Screenwriter Mark Steven Johnson and Producer Avi Arad: On
      Watch the Director's Cut of the Film With Commentary by Director/Screenwriter Mark Steven Johnson and Producer Avi Arad: Off
      Featurette
      AVP Trailer
      I, Robot Trailer
Disc #2, Side A -- Phone Booth: Full Screen
   Play
   Language Selection
      Enlgish 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Spanish Dolby Surround
      French 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Commentary by Director Joel Schumacher
      Subtitles
         Captions & Subtitles: English
         Captions & Subtitles: Spanish
         Captions & Subtitles: Off
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary by Joel Schumacher: On
      Commentary by Joel Schumacher: Off
      Theatrical Trailer
      Garage Days Trailer
Disc #2, Side B -- Phone Booth: Widescreen
   Play
   Language Selection
      Enlgish 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Spanish Dolby Surround
      French 5.1 Dolby Surround
      Commentary by Director Joel Schumacher
      Subtitles
         Captions & Subtitles: English
         Captions & Subtitles: Spanish
         Captions & Subtitles: Off
   Scene Selection
   Special Features
      Commentary by Joel Schumacher: On
      Commentary by Joel Schumacher: Off
      Theatrical Trailer
      Garage Days Trailer
Disc #3 -- Tigerland
   Play
   Scene Selection
   Language Selection
      Spoken Languages: English 5.1 Surround
      Spoken Languages: English Dolby Surround
      Captions/Subtitles: English
      Captions/Subtitles: Spanish
      Captions/Subtitles: None
   Special Features
      Audio Commentary by Director Joel Schumacher: On
      Audio Commentary by Director Joel Schumacher: Off
      Casting Session With Colin Farrell: Part 1
      Casting Session With Colin Farrell: Part 2
      Casting Session With Colin Farrell: Part 3
      Casting Session With Colin Farrell: Part 4
      Trailer & TV Spots
         Theatrical Trailer
         TV Spot "One Man"
         TV Spot "Compelling Review"
      Featurette
      Tora! Tora! Tora! Trailer
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