Demolition Man

Demolition Man

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Director: Marco Brambilla

Cast: Marco Brambilla, Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes, Sandra Bullock

     
 

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Sylvester Stallone is a time-sleeper with a twist as he chases a vicious killer into the future in this humorous sci-fi thriller from Warner Home Video. Presented in the original 2.35:1 widescreen theatrical aspect ratio (anamorphically enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs) and with a closed-captioned English Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack, this release also features an additional… See more details below

Overview

Sylvester Stallone is a time-sleeper with a twist as he chases a vicious killer into the future in this humorous sci-fi thriller from Warner Home Video. Presented in the original 2.35:1 widescreen theatrical aspect ratio (anamorphically enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs) and with a closed-captioned English Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack, this release also features an additional Spanish Dolby Digital Mono track and optional English, Spanish, and French subtitles. Extra features include a feature-length commentary track with director Marco Brambilla and producer Joel Silver, production notes, and theatrical trailers.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Two years before Sylvester Stallone tried his hand at a real comic-book franchise with the somewhat dreadful Judge Dredd, he'd already hit the nail on the head with Demolition Man, an action romp that has a kind of outrageous playfulness that is inherently tied to the comic format. Sly knows exactly how to pull off this material and does so with the help of a star-studded supporting cast that includes Nigel Hawthorne, Benjamin Bratt, and another charming performance from Sandra Bullock. Clocking in at completely over-the-top speed is Wesley Snipes, whose Simon Phoenix villain might as well be The Joker for all intents and purposes. Though set in the future, the flick does seem a bit dated, if only because of Denis Leary's old rehashed ramblings that tend to take one out of the movie's universe. Still, with the film's satirical nods to a politically correct utopia where Taco Bell rules all and government machines bill citizens for cursing, the filmmakers had more on their mind than just big explosions and one-liners (which they gratuitously threw in as well). For a shoot-'em-up to work on that kind of level while still being a pleasingly fun time at the movies it must command some sort of respect -- though not that much, since it is, after all, just Demolition Man.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/01/1997
UPC:
0085391298526
Original Release:
1993
Rating:
R
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:55:00

Special Features

Interactive menus; Production notes; Theatrical trailer; Scene access; Languages: English, Español; Subtitles: English, Français, Español

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sylvester Stallone Sergeant John Spartan
Wesley Snipes Simon Phoenix
Sandra Bullock Lenina Huxley
Nigel Hawthorne Dr. Raymond Cocteau
Benjamin Bratt Alfredo Garcia
Bob Gunton Chief George Earle
Glenn Shadix Associate Bob
Denis Leary Edgar Friendly
Ferne Cassel Actor
Melinda Dillon Actor
Lori Petty Actor
Joy Todd Actor
Grand L. Bush Zachary Lamb "Young"
Pat Skipper Helicopter Pilot
Stephen Kahan Captain Healy
Paul Bollen TRF Officer
Andre Gregory Warden William Smithers "Aged"
John Enos Prisoner
Troy Evans Tough Cop
Don Charles McGovern Prison Guard
Bill Cobbs Zachary Lamb "Aged"
Kristopher Logan Troubled Guy
Paul Perri Squad Leader
Susan Lentini TV Reporter
Michael Tennessee Lee Boggle Guard
Brett Jones Museum Guard
Dan Cortese Taco Bell Entertainer
Lara Harris Taco Bell Patron
Alex Chapman Taco Bell Scrap
Ken Baldwin Wasteland Scrap
Jack Black Wasteland Scrap
Carlton Wilborn Wasteland Scrap
Billy Lucas CryoCon
Rhino Michaels CryoCon
Toshishiro Obata CryoCon
Vanna Bonta Computers
Rob Schneider Erwin (uncredited)
Jesse Ventura CryoCon
Brandy Sanders Fiber Op Girl

Technical Credits
Marco Brambilla Director
Pete Antico Stunts
Stuart Baird Editor
Steven J. Bratter Executive Producer
Ferne Cassel Casting
Tim Cooney Musical Direction/Supervision
Louis D'Esposito Asst. Director
Steven E. de Souza Screenwriter
Scott Eddo Makeup
Steven Fazekas Co-producer
Jacqueline George Co-producer
Alec Gillis Special Effects
Elliot Goldenthal Score Composer
Jim Halty Stunts
James Herbert Co-producer
Howard Kazanjian Producer
Etta Leff Set Decoration/Design
Peter M. Lenkov Original Story,Screenwriter
Michael Levy Producer
Walter Paul Martishius Art Director
Michael J. McAlister Special Effects
Tony Munafo Associate Producer
Kimberly K. Nelson Special Effects
Charlie Picerni Stunts
Steve Picerni Stunts
Mark Poll Set Decoration/Design
Tom Priestley Cinematographer
Robert Scott Reneau Original Story,Screenwriter
Natalie Richards Set Decoration/Design
Bob Ringwood Costumes/Costume Designer
Aaron Schwab Executive Producer
Faye Schwab Executive Producer
Craig Sheffer Executive Producer
Jeffrey Silver Producer
Joel Silver Producer
David Snyder Production Designer
Carl Stensel Set Decoration/Design
Sting Songwriter
Alex Thomson Cinematographer
Joy Todd Casting
Daniel Waters Screenwriter
Tom Woodruff Special Effects

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Scene Index

Side #1-Full Screen
0. Side #1-Full Screen
0. Jump to a Scene
1. Los Angeles 1996: Send in the Maniac. [2:47]
2. A Hot Time. [4:20]
3. A Cold Sentence (Credits). [4:19]
4. 2032: Lenina Lacks Stimulus. [5:15]
5. One Parole Hearing=4 MDKs. [6:13]
6. No Respect for the Law. [5:39]
7. The Governor's Problem. [2:24]
8. Legend of the Demolition Man. [1:39]
9. Wake-up Call. [5:01]
10. "So Much for the Sea Shells." [3:41]
11. Violence in the Hall. [6:04]
12. Blast from the Past. [3:41]
13. "Don't You Have Someone To Kill?" [3:21]
14. The Chief's Plan; What All Resturants Are. [2:42]
15. Dining with the Governor. [2:58]
16. Attack of the Scraps. [2:59]
17. After-Dinner Chats. [4:25]
18. 21st Century Sex. [7:14]
19. A Gift for Lenina; Phoenix's Programming. [2:41]
20. Confronting Cocteau. [2:14]
21. Wasteland. [4:14]
22. Friendly's Manifesto. [2:54]
23. "Let's Bring Back the Good Old Days." [1:00]
24. Unwelcome Guests. [2:20]
25. Pedal to the Metal. [4:24]
26. Unexpected Allies. [2:20]
27. End of the Cocteau Plan. [4:05]
28. CryoPrison Chaos. [4:35]
29. "This is the Best Day of my Life." [2:50]
30. "I Think I'm Gonna Like the Future;" End Credits. [6:17]
Side #2- Wide Screen
1. Los Angeles 1996: send in the maniac. [2:47]
2. A hot time. [4:20]
3. A cold sentence (Credits). [4:19]
4. 2032: Lenina lacks stimulus. [5:15]
5. One parole hearing = 4 MDKs. [6:13]
6. No respect for the law. [5:39]
7. The Governor's problem. [2:24]
8. Legend of the Demolition Man. [1:39]
9. Wake-up call. [5:01]
10. "So much for the sea shells." [3:41]
11. Violence in the hall. [6:04]
12. Blast from the past. [3:41]
13. "Don't you have someone to kill?" [3:21]
14. The Chief's plan; what all restaurants are. [2:42]
15. Dining with the Governor. [2:58]
16. Attack of the scraps. [2:59]
17. After-dinner chats. [4:25]
18. 21st-century Sex. [7:14]
19. A gift for Lenina; Phoenix's programming. [2:41]
20. Confronting Cocteau. [2:14]
21. Wasteland. [4:14]
22. Friendly's manifesto. [2:54]
23. "Let's bring back the good old days." [1:00]
24. Unwelcome guests. [2:20]
25. Pedal to the metal. [4:24]
26. Unexpected allies. [2:20]
27. End of the Cocteau Plan. [4:05]
28. CryoPrison chaos. [4:35]
29. "This is the best day of my life." [2:50]
30. "I think I'm gonna like the future;" End Credits (Demolition Man). [6:17]

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