Outland

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For Marshal O'Neil (Sean Connery), the Jupiter moon Io is just another dingy mining town on the final frontier. When his wife leaves him and takes their son with them, it merely confirms that though he's traveled millions of miles, his life is going nowhere. Then he notices that miners are dying in strangely psychotic ways -- walking in space without spacesuits, carving up prostitutes. With the help of Dr. Lazarus (Frances Sternhagen), his investigation reveals that the miners are ingesting a lethal drug that ...
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For Marshal O'Neil (Sean Connery), the Jupiter moon Io is just another dingy mining town on the final frontier. When his wife leaves him and takes their son with them, it merely confirms that though he's traveled millions of miles, his life is going nowhere. Then he notices that miners are dying in strangely psychotic ways -- walking in space without spacesuits, carving up prostitutes. With the help of Dr. Lazarus (Frances Sternhagen), his investigation reveals that the miners are ingesting a lethal drug that speeds their work efforts. He learns that the company that runs the town is behind the drug. He confronts the town boss Sheppard Peter Boyle and soon has two hit men heading toward Io with a plan to kill him. As the seconds tick down to the next space shuttle's arrival, O'Neil plots to meet them and faces the biggest challenge of his life. ~ Nick Sambides, Jr.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/27/2007
  • UPC: 085391185017
  • Original Release: 1981
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1), Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan / Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, EspaƱol
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sean Connery O'Neil
Peter Boyle Sheppard
Frances Sternhagen Lazarus
James B. Sikking Montone
Kika Markham Carol
Clarke Peters Ballard
Steven Berkoff Sagan
John Ratzenberger Tarlow
Nicholas Barnes Paul O'Niel
Manning Redwood Lowell
Pat Starr Mrs. Spector
Phillip Johnston
Angus MacInnes Hughes
Stuart Milligan Walters
Eugene Lipinski Cane
Norman Chancer Slater
Ron Travis Fanning
Anni Domingo Morton
Bill Bailey Hill
Chris Williams Caldwell
Marc Boyle Spota
James Berwick Rudd
Gary Olsen Worker
Sharon Duce Prostitute
P.H. Moriarty Man No. 1
Angelique Rockas Maintenance Woman
Doug Robinson Man No. 2
Brendan Hughes Dancer (Leisure Club Sequence)
Hal Galili Nelson
Nori Morgan Dancer (Leisure Club Sequence)
Technical Credits
Peter Hyams Director, Screenwriter
Stuart Baird Editor
Stephen Goldblatt Cinematographer
Jerry Goldsmith Score Composer
Philip Harrison Production Designer
Malcolm Middleton Art Director
John Mollo Costumes/Costume Designer
Stanley O'Toole Executive Producer
Charles Orme Associate Producer
Richard A. Roth Producer
John Stears Special Effects
Robert Thirwell Sound/Sound Designer
David Tringham Asst. Director
Anthony Van Laast Choreography
John K. Wilkinson Sound/Sound Designer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One Of the Best Sci-Fi Films Ever

    Outland was always one of my favorite sci-fi films: a suspense-thriller set in deep space with surprises all the way to the end. Sean Connery is an amazing lead in this movie, as the new police chief of a mining facility on another planet, who begins to piece together why the miners are starting to go insane. I grew up with films such as this, Alien, 2001, Blade Runner, 2010. It is really a crime-drama that is set in deep space, without aliens or monsters. It tackles issues that we face today, while exploring the mystery of what it would be like in zero-G. This is much lesser known than many other sci-fi films of that era however its timeless quality that focuses on the characters and plot make it easy to ignore the simplicity and lack of CG special effects. It may be not as well-know, but it is certainly one of the best.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 20, 2012

    more from this reviewer

    Okay, so it's "High Noon in Outer Space." Frances Ste

    Okay, so it's "High Noon in Outer Space." Frances Sternhagen
    is my vote for Star. She might have been chosen for actual acting
    ability and not her physical beauty--like actresses in most other
    one-dimensional space operas are--but her likeability and believability
    are great.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Outland

    I remember when I first saw this movie. I tracked it down again to watch it. It has an interesting plot with our hero finding ways to survive against professional hit men and a final surprise opponent. He also finds a way to straighten out his life. Any movie with Sean Connery as a star I will enjoy. I can only wish he would start starring in G and PG movies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2010

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