Legends of the FallDirector: Edward Zwick, Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins, Aidan Quinn
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Edward Zwick's Legends of the Fall gets the deluxe treatment from Columbia/TriStar on this release. The disc boasts a crisp and clean widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while French, Spanish, and Portuguese soundtracks have been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. Subtitles are available in all four of those languages, as well as Chinese, Korean, and Thai. The extensive supplemental materials include an audio commentary track recorded by director Zwick and star Brad Pitt, a second commentary track featuring the cinematographer John Toll and the production designer, a pair of featurettes, a trio of deleted scenes that can be viewed with or without commentary by the director, theatrical trailers, talent files, and production notes. This disc should thrill fans of the film, and should also hold the interest of anyone who likes well-produced DVDs.
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- Sony Pictures
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Cast & Crew
|Brad Pitt||Tristan Ludlow|
|Anthony Hopkins||Col. William Ludlow|
|Aidan Quinn||Alfred Ludlow|
|Henry Thomas||Samuel Ludlow|
|Julia Ormond||Susannah Finncannon|
|Karina Lombard||Isabel Two|
|Gordon Tootoosis||One Stab|
|Robert Wisden||John T. O'Banion|
|John Novak||James O'Banion|
|Kenneth Welsh||Sheriff Tynert|
|Charles Andre||Federal Officer|
|David Kaye||Samuel Decker|
|Bart the Bear||the bear|
|Jean A. Black||Makeup|
|David E. Campbell||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Dorree Cooper||Set Decoration/Design|
|Patrick Crowley||Executive Producer|
|John M. Eckert||Production Designer|
|Douglas Ganton||Sound/Sound Designer|
|James Horner||Score Composer|
|Lilly Kilvert||Production Designer|
|Nilo Otero||Asst. Director|
|Andrew Precht||Art Director|
|Richard Roberts||Art Director|
|Deborah L. Scott||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|William D. Wittliff||Producer,Screenwriter|
2. Ludlow Family History
4. Isabel Two
5. Dinner & Entertainment
6. O'Banions & Sheriff Tynert
7. Tristan & Susannah
8. "The Horror's Indescribable"
9. Looking for Samuel
10. The Indian Way
11. "I'm in Love With You"
12. Tristan Returns
13. Passion Consumated
14. Alfred Leaves
15. Four Beers
16. The Bear's Voice
17. "I'll Wait Forever"
18. Letter for Herself
19. Defending Tristan
20. Tristan Comes Home
21. All Grown Up
22. The Oddest News
23. Bootleggers' Meeting
24. Family Reunion
25. "Stay Out of Our Way"
26. Prison Visitor
27. Revenge & Suicide
28. Not Here to Arrest Him
English 5.1 (Dolby Digital)
French/Français 2-Channel (Dolby Surround)
Spanish/Español 2-Channel (Dolby Surround)
Portuguese/Português 2-Channel (Dolby Surround)
Edward Zwick & Brad Pitt: On
Edward Zwick & Brad Pitt: Off
John Toll & Lilly Kilvert: On
John Toll & Lilly Kilvert: Off
Director's Commentary on Deleted Scenes: On
Director's Commentary on Deleted Scenes: Off
Production Design Featurette
Edward Zwick (Director)
John Toll (Cinematographer)
Lilly Kilvert (Production Designer)
Legends of the Fall
Legends of the Fall Feature Trailer
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The Devil's Own
A River Runs Through It
The Mask of Zorro
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Isolated Music Score
Legends of the Fall
Off to War
Samuel's Death 1, 2, & 3
Alfred Moves to Helena
Farewell/Descent Into Madness
Alfred, Tristan, the Colonel, the Legend
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This is the multilayered, complex romance that put Brad Pitt into the names business of highly charismatic leading male roles, which is for better or for worse. Ugly World War 1 comes along and irrevocably changes them forever in this romance with the beautiful Julia Ormond pulling off a dazzling performance. Like many Americans of that age, the family became bootleggers into one of our country most complicated political controversies. An American family in the American century where the director didn't cow tail to the usual soap opera type plot.
This was the best movie ever! I so totally loved it!
Being a fan of Sir Anthony Hopkins, I couldn't miss this movie; I decided to 'endure' it for the sake of the actors (I have heard before of it, being a poor soap-opera). It was devastating. So full of feelings, one of the few movies that determine man to think. A tipical little town, 3 ordinary soldiers, their drama, feelings and lives. Not any other rubbish, without brave warriors (ex: Steven Segal), simple and realistic, beautiful to watch, yet unknown and underestimated; if you read this and have never seen the movie, try it. I doubt you will be disappointed.
since i was seven, when the movie came out, i have lived by this movie. it is amazing, and beautiful, the casting is fantastic. definitely brad pitt's best role.
Ed Zwick (Glory, The Siege, Courage Under Fire) directs an all-star cast in this tale set in the early 1900’s about three brothers who fall for the same woman. Col. Ludlow (Anthony Hopkins) retired from the Army after his disagreements with the U.S. Government over the policies regarding the treatment of Indians and moved his family to Montana and away from what he called “The Madness”. He raises his three sons Alfred (Aidan Quinn), Tristan (Brad Pitt) and Samuel (Henry Thomas) on a sprawling ranch and they grow up with the benefits of a classical education and a deep felt desire to live to please their father. Now grown men, Samuel comes home from school with his fiancé, Susanna Fincannon (Julia Ormond) in tow. The brutality of WWI reaches home through an article in a weeks old newspaper and Samuel decides to enlist in the Canadian Army to fight. Alfred goes with him in agreement over what’s going on and Tristan decides to go to watch over his two brothers because it is their Father’s unspoken request. When tragedy hits, the family is broken to pieces and may not recover from the pain. Beautiful camera work and a dramatic story make this film a keeper. So does the impressive ending when Tristan finally meets up with the Bear. R- Language, Violence, Nudity and Sexual Content
I loved this film. It is one of the best I have seen. Brad Pitt is amazing as are the rest of the cast.
MY WIFE MADE ME WATCH IT, AND I ASSUMED I WOULD HATE IT. I ACTUALLY LOVED IT! BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND GOOD ACTING. I WOULD RECOMMEND IT.
This is one of those movies that everyone should watch. I loved the plot and the character. This movie has just about every emotion in it. It pulls you into the early 1900 century.
Beautiful movie. I will never forget it. The tragedy of human emotion is especially powerful in this film. Wonderful acting, terrific scenery, and a beautiful soundtrack. You will not regret watching it.
i'll be honest i'm not like a fan of brad pitt but after watching this one word comes to mind...wow. it goes to show that even the pretty boy can act and did a good job in this film. this is basically about 3 brothers, and the girl. the locations were authentic and beautiful.