HolesDirector: Andrew Davis,
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Andrew Davis' surprise hit family film, Holes makes its way to DVD for the first time with this release. The film is presented in a 1.85:1 widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio (a full-screen edition with the same features was released simultaneously) and features an English Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack and dubbed French and Spanish Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtracks. The bonus features include a gag reel, deleted scenes, a music video, a making-of featurette, and two feature-length audio commentary tracks, one by cast members Shia LaBeouf, Khleo Thomas, Jake M. Smith, and Max Kasch, and another by director Davis and screenwriter Louis Sachar.
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- Walt Disney Video
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- [Wide Screen]
- [THX-Supervised Mastering, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Cast & Crew
|Sigourney Weaver||The Warden|
|Jon Voight||Mr. Sir|
|Patricia Arquette||Kissin' Kate Barlow|
|Tim Blake Nelson||Dr. Pendanski|
|Shia LaBeouf||Stanley Yelnats|
|Henry Winkler||Stanley's Father|
|Nate Davis||Stanley's Grandfather|
|Rick Fox||Clyde "Sweet Feet" Livingston|
|Scott Plank||Trout Walker|
|Roma Maffia||Carla Morengo|
|Eartha Kitt||Madame Zeroni|
|Siobhan Fallon-Hogan||Stanley's Mother|
|Jake M. Smith||Squid|
|Maher Ahmad||Production Designer|
|Lowell D. Blank||Producer|
|Andrew Cahn||Art Director|
|Marty P. Ewing||Executive Producer|
|Cathy Sandrich Gelfond||Casting|
|Clark Henderson||Associate Producer|
|Vincent Lascoumes||Asst. Director|
|Joel McNeely||Score Composer|
|Steve Nelson||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Thomas J. Nordberg||Editor|
|Louise Phillips||Executive Producer|
|Karyn Rachtman||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Aggie Guerard Rodgers||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Gene Serdena||Set Decoration/Design|
|Stephen St. John||Cinematographer|
|Bruce Stambler||Sound/Sound Designer|
1. Opening Credits/The Family Curse
2. Welcome to Camp Green Lake
3. Boys of D-Tent
4. The Legend of Kissin' Kate Barlow
5. Digging the First Hole
6. Stanley Yelnats the First
7. Yellow Spotted Lizards
8. A Letter to Mom
9. Onion Sam and Miss Katherine
10. Don't Mess With Caveman
11. Finding Something Special
12. The Deal
13. Miss Katherine's Revenge
14. Mr. Sir's Sunflower Seeds
15. The Warden's Recipe
16. Stanley Teaches Zero to Read
17. Zero Runs Away
18. Stanley Goes After Zero
19. Stanley and Zero Climb "God's Thumb"
20. A Cure for Stinky Feet
21. Zero Confesses
22. Kissin' Kate's Last Stand
23. One More Hole
24. Opening the Chest/End Credits
The Boys of D-Tent
Digging the First Hole
Meeting Mr. Sir
The Second Hole Is the Hardest
Stanley Takes the Stand
Letter for Stanley
Stanley's Accident & the Warden's Pitchfork
Cast Commentary by Shia LaBeouf, Khleo Thomas, Jake M. Smith & Max Kasch On
Cast Commentary by Shia LaBeouf, Khleo Thomas, Jake M. Smith & Max Kasch Off
Filmmaker Commentary by Director Andrew Davis & Author Louis Sachar On
Filmmaker Commentary by Director Andrew Davis & Author Louis Sachar Off
Music Video: "Dig It" by D-Tent Boys
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I read the book with my fourth grade class last year and after two chapters I had to buy a copy myself so I could read ahead. After I finished the book I rented the movie and I thought it was almost as outstanding as the book. I put this movie #1 on my favorite movies list.
This is a fantastic movie. To be quite honest there was a second there where i didnt want to see it, but when i finally went to see it i found it was exactly the opposite of what i thought. You see what i thought was that the movie was going to stray from the whole point of the book, BUT surprisingly it didn't! I was amazed about how the movie stayed so close to the book. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! A MUST SEE! GO! GO! BUY!
My mom and I read the book together and thought the book was worth getting the Newberry Award. After reading the book, we thought that since we were finished with the book, we might as well watch the movie. Unlike most movies based on books, I discovered the movie was so close to the book. I learned that nothing is a coincidence, but every single thing in life happens because of destiny. If you are searching for a terrific movie that teaches you moral value, I strongly suggest Holes.
Its about a boy sent out to the camp were they dig for treasure. it is based on a book and it is good.
I saw the movie and loved it so much that I wished that I had read the book. I watched the movie, Holes, with my sister and two nephews (5 and 8 years old). We all thought that Holes was wonderful, so I had to read the book. The movie stays very true to the book with very few differences. It has many twists and turns and always keeps you guessing. I love how everything comes together towards the end of the movie and leaves no loose ends. I recommend this movie for children and adults a like since I¿m 25 and thoroughly enjoyed it.
When I decided to see this movie, I hadn't read the book yet, so I wasn't sure how it would be. But this movie was excellent. Even my 18 year old sister enjoyed it. It had many good parts and it was also suspenseful. I highly recommend this movie to anyone. I can't wait for this movie to come on dvd, and I keep asking everyone if they've seen it, and to see it because it's just so good
Followed the book exactly, except stanley was slim in the beginning
This movie is one of the few I've seen in a long time that stays close to the books version of things. If anyone is interested the book is also called Holes and it is written by Louis Sachar and you should read it before you watch the movie because they do leave out some details that might cause a few head scrathces. Or if you have already seen the movie you could read it anyway for fun. But this movie is one that should be added to any collection because it is one you can enjoy until you have kids and they can share the fun.
I thought this movie was soo good. We read the book in class, and saw the play yesterday as a school field trip, too! The movie is exactly like the book and did you know... Louis Sachar was on the set of the movie??? Another thing is that if you didn't understand the book, the movie had a better way of understanding! I had to get the DVD after I saw it at achool!:)
I did not read the book but intend to some day. I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. It was an entertaining movie. I am not sure that younger children would enjoy it as it would be kind of scary to them about kids going to a prison camp where they dig holes. I did like the cast and liked Signourney Weaver and Jon Voight in the cast. It ends up being a story about kids versus the adults. It really makes you appreciate your life that we aren't having to dig holes in a prison camp. Overall it was a very good movie that I would recommend.
i was watching this yesterday b/c i've never actually seen the entire thing. in fourth grade, i remember reading the book and this is one of those rare instances where the movie doesn't completely suck when put up against the book. both are awesome and i highly recommend them.
Disney's holes is a great movie but the novel is better.The Caveman is my favorite guy in disney's holes he rocks.Disney's holes is the best.
When i saw the movie holes i was in awe, man the charactors where great especially Khleo Thomas, he couldn't have done a better job, and also Shia Labeouf! I just couldn't have loved zero more!
This is the perfect movie for the whole family. You have to watch this movie carefully from the beginning to fully understand it. I had to watch it three or four times in order to understand the plot, because I have not read the book. But I did enjoy the movie. What I like most about it are the boys' catchy nicknames. They each had a nickname to suit their personalities. I highly recommend it.
holes is a cool movie to watch.everyone need to watch this even grow ups.
This movie was OK. I don't see why everyone is obsessing over it. It was pretty good, but I didn't really enjoy it. 5/10 and B- grade
I never herd about the book, but when i saw the previews it looked good. So I wnet to see the movie. The movie was so good, I read the book too! the book was also excellent!
This movie was really good! It was even better because I'm a big Shia LaBeouf fan so that was great. The way they presented the story with the flashbacks was really great and it was really interesting to watch. This movie isn't good for anyone under 12 or 13 because they probably wouldn't understand most of it. It's a more mature Disney movie so just because it's rated PG doesn't mean that little kids should go to it.
I loved the movie Holes. I especially loved it because it was so close to the book and so filed with excitement and adventure. It was about a boy named Stanley Yelnats that goes to Camp Green Lake and has the adventure of your life. I would reccomend reading the book first. I hope you enjoy this title as much as me!