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Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in director Andrew Davis' action thriller Collateral Damage. Presented in its original 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen ratio, this is an excellent-looking transfer that sports almost no defects or imperfections. With solid colors, even black levels, and natural flesh tones, this is a dead-on transfer that should please action fans everywhere. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround in English and French. This 5.1 mix is a great example of a tight, bombastic action ...
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in director Andrew Davis' action thriller Collateral Damage. Presented in its original 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen ratio, this is an excellent-looking transfer that sports almost no defects or imperfections. With solid colors, even black levels, and natural flesh tones, this is a dead-on transfer that should please action fans everywhere. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround in English and French. This 5.1 mix is a great example of a tight, bombastic action soundtrack -- with explosions and gunfire rocketing around the viewer, anyone's home theater should get a hearty workout from this rollicking soundtrack. All aspects of the mix are free and clear of any distortion or hiss. Also included on this disc are English, French, and Spanish subtitles. Collateral Damage includes a few well-made extra features, starting with a commentary by director Davis. This is an engaging commentary which features the director's multiple thoughts on the production, cast, and story. Six deleted scenes adding up to about eight minutes show what was cut from the final film (and justifiably so). Two featurettes -- "The Hero of a New Era" and "Behind the Scenes" -- are a brief look at some interviews with the cast and crew as well as some footage from the production. Neither of these quick featurettes gives any real depth or meaning to the film. Finally there is a theatrical trailer for the film and a few selected filmographies of the principle cast and crew members.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Feature-length audio commentary by director Andrew Davis; Documentaries: "Behind the Scenes" and "The Hero in a New Era"; Additional scenes; Interactive menus; Cast/director film highlights; Theatrical trailer; Scene access; Languages: English & Français (dubbed in Quebec); Subtitles: English, Français & Español; Enhanced features for DVD-ROM PC: web events, web site/chat room access
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Completed before September 11th but given added resonance by the events of that tragic day, Collateral Damage pits a Los Angeles firefighter action megastar Arnold Schwarzenegger against a multinational terrorist, with predictably explosive results. In this thriller directed by Andrew Davis The Fugitive with his characteristic panache, a Colombian terrorist known as "El Lobo" the Wolf takes out an enemy with a bomb at an L.A. office building -- just as Gordon Brewer Schwarzenegger is arriving to meet his wife and young son at a nearby café. When his family perishes before his eyes and his government gives him the runaround, Brewer decides to go on a little Wolf hunt -- shrugging off the warnings of a duplicitous federal agent Elias Koteas whose own Wolf quest is a somewhat more complex matter. Davis then treats us to a mini-remake of Apocalypse Now, painstakingly depicting Brewer’s arduous trip upriver through Panama to the terrorists’ hidden camp. At age 55, Arnold isn’t quite as vigorous or indestructible as he once seemed, and the director works his star’s real-life limitations into the film’s numerous hand-to-hand confrontations. Action sequences are still teeth-rattling, in the best Schwarzenegger tradition, and the pulse-pounding finale provides a suitably incendiary demise for the bad guys. Wildly improbable yet viscerally satisfying, Collateral Damage won’t disappoint Arnold’s loyal fans. Davis supplies a commentary on the DVD, which also includes an HBO "First Look" program, a newly shot documentary entitled "The Hero in a New Era," and deleted scenes.
All Movie Guide - Karl Williams
Andrew Davis certainly knows how to craft an action sequence and there's one right up front during the opening credits of this Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle that indicates the director's talent for visual storytelling. It's a building fire from which an elderly victim must be rescued, and in post-terrorist attack America, the sight of firefighters risking their lives to save others is a moment that will either leave one choked up or cheering. Sadly, the film oddly deflates after that, reminding us all that Davis has followed up his nifty The Fugitive (1993) with well-mounted dross such as Steal Big, Steal Little (1995) and Chain Reaction (1996). This film was release-delayed in the wake of the Twin Towers attack, its firefighter hero and terrorist plot considered too painfully close to home, but it won't remind anybody of September 11th, it will make them think they've been transported back to the 1980s, when audiences liked the fact that Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Bruce Willis flexed their arms a lot more than their acting muscles. What is amazing about this revenge fantasy is how relevant it isn't; it's the retro, white man's retribution of Death Wish (1974), gussied up with a veneer of modern geopolitics, but it can't hide the fact that it's the same old Arnold, mealy-mouthed Teutonic accent fully intact, that unspooled in such so-bad-it's-good, high-octane entertainments as Commando (1985) and Raw Deal (1986). Except that it truly isn't the same world as it was in the escapist, saber-rattling '80s, and the whole spectacle just feels phonier, emptier, and dumber than ever before. For one thing, the lead's wife and child don't share the screen long enough to actually become characters, muting his sense of loss and serving only as cynical catalysts for carnage. Real life certainly did intrude on the potential success of Collateral Damage (2002), but in the opposite manner of what the filmmakers feared. Their movie leaves an audience feeling not more than it should, but a whole lot less.
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert

A skillfully made example of your typical Schwarzenegger action film.
Boston Globe
Schwarzenegger at 55 -- in a shirt and khakis, and serving homemade knuckle sandwiches -- is decidedly dress-casual for the proceedings. He's still a rock, but it seems you can squeeze blood and tears from this stone. Wesley Morris


A skillfully made example of your typical Schwarzenegger action film.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/30/2002
  • UPC: 085392132423
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Arnold Schwarzenegger Gordy Brewer
Elias Koteas Peter Brandt
Francesca Neri Selena
Cliff Curtis Claudio (The Wolf)
John Leguizamo Felix
Miguel Sandoval Phipps
Harry J. Lennix Dray
John Turturro Armstrong
Michael Milhoan Jack
Lindsay Frost Anne Brewer
Raymond Cruz Junior
Tyler Garcia Posey Mauro
Jay Acovone Bennie
Gerardo Albarran Jorge
Todd Allen FBI agent
Pedro Altamirano Fisherman
Omar Ayala Boatman
Louis Bernstein Hot Dog Vendor
J. Kenneth Campbell Coonts
Victor Carpinteiro Carlos
Michael Cavanaugh Chairman Paul Devereaux
Ehecatl Chavez Augustine
Greg Collins Agent #3
Norm Compton Brandt's Bodyguard
Jack Conley Forensic specialist
Esteban Cueto Estaban
Pedro Damien Guerrilla Motorista aka River Rat
Ethan Dampf Matt Brewer
Ronald Donahue Bomb Squad
Doralicia Hysterical woman
Don Fischer Paramedic
Daniel Friedman Helicopter pilot #2
Jsu Garcia Roman
Penny Griego Jenni Luz
Flor Edwarda Gurrola Teenage girl
Jossara Jinaro Rosetta
Marianne Lewis Agent Davis
Clint E. Lilley Buzz Cut
Jane Lynch Agent Russo
Shelley Malil Doctor
Madison Mason Undersecretary Shrub
Enrique Munoz Captain Miguel
Rodrigo Obregon Rodrigo
Raul Pozos Ernesto
Nicholas Pryor Senator Delich
Bruce Ramsay Brandt's Aide
Joe Rentaria Safe House Guerrilla
Rick Garcia CNN Anchor
Salvador Sanchez Peddler
Fernando Sarfati Federale
Millie Slavin Secretary of state
Natalia Traven Lita
John Varea Ortiz
Rick Worthy Ronnie
Robert "Bobby Z" Zajonc Helicopter Pilot #1
Jorge Zepeda Rocha
Technical Credits
Andrew Davis Director
Adam Greenberg Cinematographer
J. Tom Archuleta Asst. Director
Myron Baker Costumes/Costume Designer
Claudia Becker Casting
Lowell D. Blank Associate Producer
Terry Bowen Camera Operator
Susana Campos Costumes/Costume Designer
Rocio Ceja Costumes/Costume Designer
Mitchell Dauterive Associate Producer
David Foster Producer
David Dietch Costumes/Costume Designer
William M. Elvin Asst. Director
Ron Epstein Special Effects
Enrique Estevez Set Decoration/Design
Marc Fisichella Art Director
Anna Fleiner Makeup
Gerardo Moreno Flores Stunts
David Foley Costumes/Costume Designer
Santiago Navarrete Garcia Camera Operator
Cathy Sandrich Gelfond Casting
Sergio Jara Gonzalez Sr. Special Effects
Jerry Grandey Asst. Director
Peter Griffiths Original Story, Screenwriter
David Griffiths Original Story, Screenwriter
Adrian Grunberg Asst. Director
Jose Luis Montero Gutierrez Costumes/Costume Designer
Greg Hall Costumes/Costume Designer
Zeferino Gutierrez Hernandez Costumes/Costume Designer
Carlos Hildalgo Asst. Director
Dov Hoenig Editor
William B. Kaplan Sound Mixer
To Knott Special Effects
Hawk Koch Executive Producer
Kenneth A. Larson Set Decoration/Design
Louis Lazzara Makeup
Amanda Mackey-Johnson Casting
Luis Eduardo Ambriz Martinez Special Effects
Joe McCloskey Costumes/Costume Designer
Nicholas Meyer Executive Producer
Erick Monroy Set Decoration/Design
Richard Reseigne Art Director
Steven E. Reuther Producer
Graeme Revell Score Composer
Raul Sarmiento Rina Makeup
Art Rochester Sound Mixer, Sound/Sound Designer
Ronald Roose Original Story
Philip Rosenberg Production Designer
Thomas Roysden Set Decoration/Design
Hugo Santiago Set Decoration/Design
John Schimmel Co-producer
Robert L. Slater Special Effects
Teresa Tucker-Davies Associate Producer
Larry Velasco Costumes/Costume Designer
Dennis Virkler Editor
Theresa Wachter Art Director
Tim Walston Sound/Sound Designer
Glenn Williams Set Decoration/Design
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Gordy at Work (Credits). [3:20]
2. Gordy at Home. [1:30]
3. Plaza Explosion. [3:19]
4. "I Saw Him." [4:41]
5. El Lobo. [4:08]
6. Collateral Damage. [3:35]
7. Terminated. [4:13]
8. Into Colombia. [2:58]
9. Bus Stop. [3:38]
10. In Search of a Pass. [3:23]
11. Arrested. [2:42]
12. Armstrong. [3:17]
13. Guerrilla Siege. [4:17]
14. Upriver - at Gunpoint. [3:39]
15. Taste of Felix. [4:06]
16. No Room for Mistakes. [2:10]
17. Gordy's Ride. [1:51]
18. El Lobo's Compound. [3:00]
19. Surprise on the Street. [3:01]
20. Remembered Faces. [1:41]
21. No Better Than He Is. [4:02]
22. Attack on the Camp. [4:36]
23. Brandt's Excuse to Kill. [3:44]
24. Arrivals in Washington. [2:34]
25. The Target. [3:53]
26. Restroom Revelations. [3:49]
27. Through the Roof. [4:26]
28. Getting the Shaft. [2:12]
29. Tunnel of Flame. [2:25]
30. Final Battle. [4:17]
31. Survivors. [2:22]
32. End Credits. [1:24]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
         Arnold Schwarzenegger
         John Leguizamo
         John Turturro
         Andrew Davis
      Commentary by Andrew Davis
      Additional Scenes
      Behind the Scenes
      The Hero in a New Era
      Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English
      Spoken Languages: Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Off
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie!

    This is such a great Arnold movie! I like this one because it shows a great deal of reality. This is not your typical Arnold action movie. Arnold has played all kinds of heroes,agents, or just big tough guys with guns.But this is a very different character. He plays a fireman in this one, which is a real everyday hero. This is a character where Arnold realizes that he's a human being, and he can't just take a gun and blow every bad guy away.This is a movie where he uses bombs, explosives, and his fireman expertees.Arnold doesn't pick up one gun, and he still beats the bad guys!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A tired looking action hero

    I've been a fan or Arnie since his days as Conan and have been able to overlook some of his weaker efforts. This film however is simply boring. Arnie appears tired and old and the film has nothing of sufficient interest to keep interest up. We turned it off before it was over.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Awesome movie!!!!

    This is one of the best Arnold movies ever! Great action, good story, and great reality! This is definitly an Arnold movie i'll be watching more than once!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Schwarzenegger Movie!

    Collateral Damage is an awesome movie. Its got everything you want,action, explosions, guns shooting bullets everywhere, and most of all its got the best action star ever, Arnold Schwarzenegger! Even though Arnold doesn't pick up one gun, hez very good with bombs, explosives, and axes. This is the best Schwarzenegger movie since Eraser.

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    Posted January 10, 2010

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