Corruptor / Detonator

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Special Features

Closed Caption; The Corruptor:; Widescreen version of the film; Feature length commentary by director James Foley; Music video: UGK "Take if Off"; Original theatrical trailer; Cast and crew biographies and filmographies; "From the (Under)Ground Up":; The making of the Corruptor...; A behind-the-scenes look at the film; Featuring on-camera interviews, an Insider's; Look at the creation of the theatrical marketing campaign, and much more!; DVD-ROM features:; "Script to Screen" - read or print the screenplay, or click on the screenplay and be launched to that scene in the film; Up-to-the-minute information on every cast and crew member with web links; ; Detonator:; Widescreen & fullscreen versions of the film; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround; Stereo surround sound; English subtitles & closed captions; DVD-ROM enabled*
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/7/2004
  • UPC: 794043763724
  • Rating:

  • Source: New Line Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1), Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Pan & Scan
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 3:28:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1 -- The Corruptor
1. Main Titles [2:42]
2. Chinatown War [:13]
3. A Bad Deal for the Fukienese [:37]
4. Welcome to A.G.U. [:30]
5. The Ginza Raid [:28]
6. A Bust for Wallace [2:13]
7. Henry Lee [1:26]
8. Another Victim [:29]
9. Family Business [:02]
10. An Exchange of Information [1:26]
11. A Gift for Wallace [2:27]
12. Heavy Traffic [1:09]
13. Enter the Feds [:29]
14. Henry's Deal [:51]
15. Plums and Peaches [2:29]
16. Benny Wong Cuts a Deal [:09]
17. A Little Help From Nick [1:28]
18. Wallace's Secret [2:36]
19. The Snare Is Set [1:07]
20. Nick Learns the Truth [2:15]
21. The Shipyard [1:15]
22. Final Honor [1:24]
23. End Credits [1:01]
Side #2 -- Detonator
1. Main Titles/Key Ingredient [4:08]
2. "Ready for Departure" [4:01]
3. Fast Train to Stuttgart [4:30]
4. Hostage Number One [3:39]
5. Calling All Field Operatives [3:27]
6. A Reliable Partner? [3:24]
7. A State of "Marshal" Law [2:51]
8. Dr. Whitlock's New Patient [5:46]
9. "Fire at Will!" [6:21]
10. Knowing Thy Enemy [4:56]
11. Half a Blockade [8:48]
12. The Russian Connection [4:56]
13. The Facts Come Out [5:21]
14. A Deal for Tierney [4:17]
15. Phone Call to Munich [4:02]
16. Traitor in the Air [4:31]
17. General Benin's Intentions [3:05]
18. Interview With a Hijacker [6:09]
19. Counting Down [3:03]
20. Shooting for the Last Bomb [8:32]
21. What a Day/End Credits [2:50]
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Side #1 -- The Corruptor
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Commentary By Director James Foley
         Play Commentary By Director James Foley
         Commentary Index
            01: Introduction/Gang Activities in New York/I Felt That We Wanted Solid Ground/Chow Yun-Fat Served As Asian Sensibility/Internal Logic of the Movie
            02: The Explosion at the Bakery/Working With a Famous Television Announcer
            03: In the First Scene With Yun-Fat/Yun-Fat's Hong Kong Movies/The Scene in the Lamp Shop Has Been Cut/The Guy Who Plays Jack Stormed the Casting People
            04: When I Read the Script I Wasn't Aware of Yun-Fat
            05: Casting of the Gang Members/Big Challenge
            06: The Visual Introduction of Characters/Mark Walks In
            07: Pushing My Imagination/Intersecting With Reality/Drama of the Light/The Orchestration of Movement/Expressive Body and Camera Movements/Choreography in the Whorehouse/Yun-Fat's and Mark's Dynamic Is the Center of the Movie
            08: Not Interested in Genre/Firepower Is Horrific and Scary
            09: Idea Behind Using Narrow Spaces
            10: Revelation and Mystery About Mark/Filmmaker Suggestions
            11: Ric Young As Henry Lee/Giggling Corruptor/Director Shapes, Not Originate
            12: Red Hair Jack and 80's Chinatown Teens/Melancholy and Sadness
            13: Yun-Fat Sterilizes His Gun/Yun-Fat As a Classic Clown
            14: The Father Son Relationship/Brian Cox the English Actor/Hot Fudge Factor
            15: Mixing Sets and Locations
            16: May Was Naked, Scene Was Changed/Chow Yun-Fat As Asian Consultant
            17: Depiction of Bobby Vu/Believability of the Character/Rules of the Villains/Mark Accepts Henry Lee Tip/Good Cop Character
            18: White Cops Working in Chinatown/Mark's Reward Scene As a Cop/Chow Yun-Fat Regard
            19: Getting Drunk Scene/Bonding/It Is All About Transitions/Unresolved Scenes
            20: From Toy Cars to Car Chases/Pedestrians Being Shot/Interrogation Scene Technical Difficulty for the Wounds
            21: Paul Ben-Victor, The FBI Agent, Is the 3rd Wheel
            22: Chow Yun-Fat in Mark's House/Remembering Who People Are Visually
            23: Hospital Room Design/Lights Suggesting Dark World/Dramatic Use of the Sound/Editing As Sculpture/Building on Previous Scene Before Revelations
            24: Eating Plums/Revelation By Yun-Fat Is Liberating/Wants to Share/Lady Sucking Bobby Vu's Nipple/Bad Guys Set/Use of Rap Music/Gongs & SFX on the Cuts
            25: MPAA Cutting Violent Scenes/The Actress Who Slept All the Time
            26: Mark's Final Revelation/Mark's Father Tells His Version/Yun-Fat Lets Loose/Themes of Forgiveness and Caretaking
            27: Sons of Corrupted Fathers/Themes in Character Driven Films/Chinese Breathing Technique
            28: Structure of the Movie/Resolution Challenge/Lights and Narrow Spaces/Real Life Resolution/Funerals
            29: Final Thoughts: My Favorite Hollywood Movies/The Visualization of the World of the Corruptor/Showing the World Through Your Own Eyes
         Additional Commentary Index
            1: I Specifically Wanted to Record Today/What I'll Do Next?
            2: Why I Want to Work With Actors
            3: Creating Pops/Pushing the Reality
            4: Going to the Movies/Movie Reflecting Artificial World/"A Place in the Sun"/Action Divorced From the Story
            5: A Line Cut Out in the Massage Room
            6: My Way to Approach the Violence/The Weird World of Foley Cinema
            7: Continuity Is Poetry More Than Science/Any Film Has a Number of Mistakes
            8: Mark's "Necklace" Is a Secret
            9: Sense of Place/The Importance of Geography in Movies
            10: Mrs. Wong Murdered: Scene Cut Out/Why MPAA Cuts Are Bugging Me/Impure Thoughts
            11: About Mark Wahlberg
            12: The Score
         Isolated Score Index
            Play Isolated Score By Composer Carter Burwell
            01: Opening Credits "The Corruptor"
            02: 1M2 "New Report"
            03: 1M3 "Lamp Store Shoot Cout"
            04: 1M4b "Jack"
            05: 1M7 "Panty Raid"
            06: 1M8 "Ginza Shooting"
            07: 1M 10 "They Drive"
            08: 2M 11 "Drug Raid"
            09: 2M 14 "Dumpster"
            10: 2M 15 "The Old Man"
            11: 2M 16 "Wallace Relents"
            12: 2M 18 "Beneath the Streets"
            13: 3M22/23 "Death Drives Through Chinatown"
            14: 3M24/25 "Jail/FBI Warning"
            15: 4M26 "Henry's Office"
            16: 4M27 "He Takes the Hook"
            17: 4M28 "A Plum"
            18: 4M31/32 "You're IA/Wiring Up"
            19: 5M36 "Chen Betrayed"
            20: 5M37 "To the Ship"
            21: 5M38/6M38-39 "Bowel of the Ship/Human Cargo/Chen Shot"
            22: 6M40 "Chen Is Dead"
            23: 6M42/End Credits "Funeral in Chinatown/Corruptoid/Oud Happy"
      Isolated Score
         Play Isolated Score By Composer Carter Burwell
         5.1 Isolated Music Cue Index
            Play Isolated Score By Composer Carter Burwell
            01: Opening Credits "The Corruptor"
            02: 1M2 "New Report"
            03: 1M3 "Lamp Store Shoot Cout"
            04: 1M4b "Jack"
            05: 1M7 "Panty Raid"
            06: 1M8 "Ginza Shooting"
            07: 1M 10 "They Drive"
            08: 2M 11 "Drug Raid"
            09: 2M 14 "Dumpster"
            10: 2M 15 "The Old Man"
            11: 2M 16 "Wallace Relents"
            12: 2M 18 "Beneath the Streets"
            13: 3M22/23 "Death Drives Through Chinatown"
            14: 3M24/25 "Jail/FBI Warning"
            15: 4M26 "Henry's Office"
            16: 4M27 "He Takes the Hook"
            17: 4M28 "A Plum"
            18: 4M31/32 "You're IA/Wiring Up"
            19: 5M36 "Chen Betrayed"
            20: 5M37 "To the Ship"
            21: 5M38/6M38-39 "Bowel of the Ship/Human Cargo/Chen Shot"
            22: 6M40 "Chen Is Dead"
            23: 6M42/End Credits "Funeral in Chinatown/Corruptoid/Oud Happy"
         Director Commentary
      From the (Under) Ground UP: The Making of the Corruptor
         View Index
            The Research: Beneath the Streets
            The Cast: East Meets West
            The Production: Action With Character
            The Director: The Close-Up
            The Car Chase: The Unedited, Unrated Version
            The Marketing: Building the Trailer
            The Stills Gallery: Production Design Studies and Production Stills
      Original Theatrical Trailer
      Cast & Crew
         Chow Yun-Fat
         Mark Wahlberg
         Ric Young
         Paul Ben-Victor
         Brian Cox
         Byron Mann
         James Foley
      Music Videos
         Play Video
   Audio Options
      English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound)
      English (Stereo Surround Sound)
      Subtitles: English - On
      Subtitles: English - Off
   New Line Icon
Side #2 -- Detonator
   Play Movie
   Set Up Options
      Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
      Stereo Surround Sound
      English Subtitles: On
      English Subtitles: Off
   Select a Scene
   More From New Line
      Fifteen Minutes
      The Corruptor
      Knock Around Guys
      Rush Hour 2
   DVD-ROM/Online Features
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