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Sam Mendes' gangster film Road to Perdition comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS Surround, and Dolby Digital Stereo. A French soundtrack has also been recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1. Spanish and French subtitles are accessible, and all three English soundtracks are closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include a commentary track recorded by Mendes, a making-of featurette, deleted scenes, and production notes. This is a solid release from Dreamworks.
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Special Features

Deleted scenes ; HBO's making of documentary ; Feature commentary with director Sam Mendes; Production notes ; Photo gallery
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Unquestionably one of 2002’s best films, this Depression-era crime drama demonstrates yet again that erstwhile sitcom star Tom Hanks is one of Hollywood’s finest actors. It also vindicates the judgment of critics who maintain that Sam Mendes American Beauty is among the most talented directors working today. Based on a graphic novel written by detective-story scribe Max Allen Collins, Perdition begins in a small midwestern city where Michael Sullivan Hanks works as an enforcer for his adopted father, Irish gangster John Rooney Paul Newman. When Sullivan’s son, Mike Jr. Tyler Hoechlin, witnesses one of his father’s killings on Rooney’s behalf, the gangster decides that his ward and his family are liabilities that must be removed. Mendes, working from a script that considerably expands on the Collins story, tells several stories simultaneously; the plot principally revolves around Sullivan’s efforts to safeguard his son and get even with the man who betrayed him, but it also focuses on the boy’s efforts to bond with his emotionally distant father, and in a tertiary sense it’s about the internal conflicts of a lawbreaking man governed by his own peculiar code of honor while functioning in a hopelessly corrupt and amoral societal structure. Mendes eschews flashy visual effects and quick cutting in favor of elegantly composed shots and subtle camera moves. This directorial restraint is carried over to the performances, which are mostly understated Hanks, for example, suggests far more than he shows, forcing viewers to use their imaginations. The one exception is Jude Law, whose turn as a hired assassin is delightfully eccentric and over-the-top. Road to Perdition could have been a florid, melodramatic shoot-’em-up, but Mendes's inspired direction and the solidly grounded performances of Hanks and Newman made it something very special. This is a film viewers will want to see many times.
All Movie Guide - Karl Williams
An elegant, mournful gangster picture that joins the ranks of Miller's Crossing (1990) and The Godfather (1972) as an example of the genre's best, this adaptation of a fact-based graphic novel is another showcase for the visual talents of director Sam Mendes, following up his Oscar-winning cinematic debut, American Beauty (1999). The film's power is due in no small part to a superb script from relatively new screenwriter David Self, who enlarges upon the source material's themes until they've reached Shakespearean proportions, while cleverly touching upon the tale's themes of fathers and sons, coming of age, violence, and damnation. Audiences may have a difficult time grappling with the emotional reserve, itchy trigger finger and ultimate fate of hit man Michael Sullivan, played by one of its favorite, most likable leading men, Tom Hanks, but the fact is that the character rings true to his circumstances and allows the star an opportunity to more freely employ the gruff, flinty toughness, the sharper edges of intelligence, and the irked, tired refusal to suffer fools gladly that are so often lurking just below the surface of his more popular roles (in many ways, Hanks' Sullivan seems to be the black sheep brother of Captain John Miller from 1998's Saving Private Ryan). Despite this, the film's one flaw is that it allows Sullivan so much screen time that not every viewer might realize that he's only a supporting player: the protagonist is not the father but the son, Michael Jr., well played by Tyler Hoechlin as a youth whose future prospects are cloudy at best but become more certain as events unfold. It's his point of view being shared, the ultimate fate of his soul that's at stake, and his character that's being emotionally tracked, but his denouement may feel anticlimactic compared to the father's spectacular, heart-breaking exit. It's a trifling flaw in an otherwise top-notch film that's certain to be reconsidered in later years as the century's first great gangster flick. The cast is terrific (Jude Law--in a role wholly invented for the film--and Paul Newman, in the underappreciated winter of his career, deliver awe-inspiring performances as well), but it's that corker of a script from Self, trenchant and devastating, breath-taking in its ability to ply the screen with elegant visuals followed up with sparkling dialogue and unexpected confrontations, that lights up the screen and the memory.
New York Times
It inspires a continuing and deeply satisfying awareness of the best movies as monumental 'picture shows.' Stephen Holden
San Francisco Chronicle
Directed by Sam Mendes, this movie might not be as flashy as his Oscar-winning American Beauty, but it's a smarter film, more mature and emotionally honest. Mick LaSalle
New York Observer
A rare and exemplary work of artistry and humanity that makes you think while it unfolds like the haunting pages of a novel you never want to end. Rex Reed

It inspires a continuing and deeply satisfying awareness of the best movies as monumental 'picture shows.' Stephen Holden
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/25/2003
  • UPC: 678149014723
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Dreamworks Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:57:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Hanks Michael Sullivan
Paul Newman John Rooney
Jude Law Maguire
Jennifer Jason Leigh Annie Sullivan
Stanley Tucci Frank Nitti
Daniel Craig Connor Rooney
Tyler Hoechlin Michael Sullivan Jr.
Liam Aiken Peter Sullivan
Dylan Baker Alexander Rance
Ciarán Hinds Finn McGovern
Mina Badie Betty The Waitress
Lance Baker Crime Scene Policeman
Ian Barford Ronney's Henchmen
Dylan Barker Alexander Rance
Michael Brockman Rooney's Business Associates
Nicholas Cade Boy Michael Fights
Jack Callahan Rooney's Business Associates
The Monte Carlos Living Corpse
Jobe Cerny Bankers
David Darlow Jack Kelly
Diane Dorsey Aunt Sarah
Stephen P. Dunn Finn McGovern's Henchmen
Maurie Gallagher Michael's Teacher
James Greene Farmer Bill
Harry Groener Mr. McDougal
Timothy Hendrickson Bankers
Marty Higginbotham Bankers
John Judd Rooney's Business Associates
John Judd Rooney's Business Associates
Kathleen Keane Irish Musicians
Kevin Chamberlin Frank The Bouncer
Ed Kross Young Bank Manager
Keith Kupferer Nitti's Henchmen
Lawrence MacGowan Bankers
Rob Maxey Drugstore Owner
Brendan McKinney Irish Musicians
Jackie Moran Irish Musicians
Kurt Naebig Tenement Murderer
Heidi Jayne Netzley Prostitute
Kieran O'Hare Irish Musicians
Roderick Peeples Nitti's Henchmen
Lara Phillips Ruby The Waitress
Phil Ridarelli Hotel Manager
Peggy Roeder Farmer Virginia
Lee Roy Rogers Secretary
Michael Sassone Motel Manager
Jon Sattler Rooney's Business Associates
Duane Sharp Father Callaway
John Sierros Rooney's Business Associates
Craig Spidle Ronney's Henchmen
Doug Spinuzza Brothel Maid
John Sterchi Cop At Diner
Christian Stolte Rooney's Business Associates
Paul Turner Finn McGovern's Henchmen
Technical Credits
Sam Mendes Director, Producer
Jill Bilcock Editor
Joey Box Stunts
Joan Bradshaw Executive Producer
Frank Calzavara Stunts
Patrick Caulfield Costumes/Costume Designer
Tara B. Cook Associate Producer
William Dambra Special Effects
Darrell Davis Stunts
Orbert Davis Consultant/advisor
James Fierro Stunts
Laurel Frushour Costumes/Costume Designer
Gretchen Gain Costumes/Costume Designer
Dennis Gassner Production Designer
Nancy Haigh Set Decoration/Design
Conrad L. Hall Cinematographer
Matthew Hall Special Effects
Scott A. Hecker Sound Editor
K.C. Hodenfield Asst. Director
Mark Howard Choreography
Jennifer Jobst Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard L. Johnson Art Director
William S. Judkins Stunts
Gary L. Karas Special Effects
Rick LeFevour Stunts
Tom Lowell Stunts
Jim Mammoser Stunts
Robert Marrocco Stunts
Cherylanne Martin Associate Producer
Harrison McEldowney Choreography
Thomas Newman Score Composer
Walter Parkes Executive Producer
Heather Pollock Costumes/Costume Designer
John Pritchett Sound/Sound Designer
John J. Rigden Special Effects
Allen Robinson Stunts
Kerry Rossall Stunts
P. Scott Sakamoto Camera Operator
Kerry Sanders Set Decoration/Design
David Self Screenwriter
Richard Shuster Stunts
Ron Snyder Makeup
Kevin Sorensen Stunts
Dan Striepeke Makeup
Andrew R. Tennenbaum Set Decoration/Design
David Tennenbaum Set Decoration/Design
Fred Thorne Stunts
Frank Toro Special Effects
Rich Wilke Stunts
John M. Williams Consultant/advisor
Albert Wolsky Costumes/Costume Designer
Debra Zane Casting
Richard D. Zanuck Producer
Dean Zanuck Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Winter of 1931 [6:19]
2. The Wake [4:04]
3. Speeches [4:16]
4. What's Papa's Job? [5:04]
5. Stowaway [6:59]
6. A Man of Honor [3:36]
7. Natural Law [4:38]
8. Collecting Debts [6:06]
9. Two Fathers, Two Sons [5:15]
10. Road to Chicago [4:24]
11. Mr. Nitti [5:09]
12. Meet Maguire [2:59]
13. Road to Perdition [4:34]
14. The Diner [8:01]
15. Driving Lessons [1:34]
16. Dirty Money [2:46]
17. We're Bank Robbers [2:42]
18. Runny Eggs [6:09]
19. The Farmhouse [7:35]
20. Only Murderers [3:33]
21. The Rain [5:37]
22. Lexington Hotel Room 1432 [1:58]
23. The Lake House [7:04]
24. He Was My Father [6:23]
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Menu

Side #1 --
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      Descriptions for the Visually Impaired
   Scene Selection
   Subtitles
      English
      French
      Spanish
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      Spanish Commentary
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      Deleted Scenes
         Supper Time
         Condolences
         Words from the Heart
         Maternal Love
         The Nightclub
         Confession
         The Motel
         Gathering Information
         A Dance
         Mr. Capone
         The Image of His Father
         Commentary
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      HBO Making of Road to Perdition
      CD Soundtrack
      Cast
         Tom Hanks
         Paul Newman
         Jude Law
         Jennifer Jason Leigh
         Stanley Tucci
         Daniel Craig
         Tyler Hoechlin
         Liam Aiken
      Filmmakers
         Sam Mendes
         Richard D. Zanuck
         Dean Zanuck
         David Self
         Walter F. Parkes
         Joan Bradshaw
         Conrad L. Hall
         Dennis Gassner
         Jill Bilcock
         Albert Wolsky
         Thomas Newman
      Production Notes
      Photo Gallery
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Irish Anger is Terminal

    A brilliant and lasting crime drama set in Depression-Era America with such superb actors as Tom Hanks, Jude Law (who was very twisted in this flick), and the always dominating Paul Newman. Tom Hanks was the morally corrupted Michael Sullivan and enforcer for John Rooney, Irish mob boss to the Italian stars in Chicago. Newman was purposefully subdued in his role in this revenge drama where his son betrays everybody, the not-so-scrupulous Daniel Craig playing Connor Rooney. Sam Mendes' most mature film.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Better than exepcted

    Movies shows every aspect of the depression- from the underground brothels/nightclub to going into chicago to the farm house going towards perdition. But what more can you have with Tom Hanks/Jude Law. Definately worthwhile to rent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    2nd best movie of the year!

    What happened to the Oscar.. loss of memory. Tom Hanks is great, the story is interesting. Dare I say it's the best mob film since the Godfather film a few years back. See it! That's an offer you should not refuse.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hanks & Newman Shine / Perdition Falls Short

    Personally, after reading so many raving reviews of this great new epic by director Sam Mendes (''American Beauty''), I was expecting nothing less than ''The Godfather'', ''Bonnie And Clyde'' or ''Good Fellas''. What I got was a cross between ''Paper Moon'' & ''Miller's Crossing''. The acting was superb...and with Tom Hanks, Paul Newman & Jennifer Jason Leigh it always is. The cinematography was excellent, the backdrops and effects were top notch. Then how come I am sitting here feeling like I have been cheated of a grand epic type gangster movie that I was promised? The story is old. Father is a hitman...son sees father whack someone...father now has to protect his own, or they will be eliminated as well...they turn to past friend...past friend is already in father's enemy's hip pocket...secretly, past friend wants father to off enemy but will not help him openly...and it goes on and on and on. Any of that sound familiar? You can find similar storylines in just about any gangster movie out there today. Only a few can rise above mediocrity and I did not feel ''Road To Perdition'' accomplished that. Everything intertwined in the storyline was weak. The only reason I appreciated it for what it was worth, is Hanks & Newman. They were superb. Put any two other actors in their roles, and this movie is nothing more than mediocre. The strength of a movie should never have to fall on the shoulders of the actors. ''Road To Perdition'', unfortunately for us mob movie fans, does. You would be just as good off by watching ''Bugsy'' or ''Carlito's Way''...(which in my opinion, had MUCH better storylines and plots....now those were good mob movies). ''Road To Perdition'' may find a space on my home shelf, but will pale in comparison to the other greats sitting there next to it. See below for those titles. Nothing beats ''Good Fellas''...not yet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of Tom Hanks Greatest Movies

    Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, and Jude Law. Who else can you ask for? This is possibly one of the better Tom Hanks movies. He was a superburb actor in this movie and Jude Law's crazyness adds suspense to it. Based in early time, i suggest you buy it.... i know i have. :)djoey

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great movie falls shorts of my expectations

    This was a great movie don't get me wrong but it the critics made it to like the godfather (not many movies are). Neverthe less Tom Hanks and Paul Newman turn in class A performances but the films best perfomances are made by Jude Law as the Hitman/photographer and by Tyler Hoechlin as Tom Hank's son. The Cinematography was superb, they did a magneficent job recreating depression era Chicago. This is a great movie, even though it is no Godfather it is still a great accomplishment and well worth your viewing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Excellent

    This is one of the best movies I have ever seen! It was great! Tom Hanks was amazing in this!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Tom hanks at his best

    IT is a great tale of revenge. an excellent but sad movie. well worth it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Featuring the Real Ol Blue Eyes

    At least a few readers have watched Robert Blake grow from Red Ryder's kid sidekick to whatever he has grown to now , and a few more have seen Ron Howard grow from Opie Taylor to Ritchie Cunningham to Oscar-winning Director Ron Howard. Part of the fun in seeing Road to Perdition is predicting the direction of the career path of Tyler Hoechlin, who plays the role of Mike Sullivan, Jr. to Tom Hanks' Mike Sullivan, Sr. This lad is at least half the glue which holds the film together. The other half is Paul Newman's character. If Newman lives to 100+, there will always be a role which he can land and master. The magic of Road to Perdition is that is lives in a milieu of grim depression, but does not drag the viewer along with it. Gray wintry days in depression-rident Qual Cities, Ill. don't extinguish the light of this movie which somehow sends a message of hope and anticipation for the future. Some viewers have already seen the beacon of Hanks' potential as a serious actor, but for many, Road to Perdition marks the first hint that Hanks is anything but a one-dimensional performer. Several supporting actors and a few more bit-part players round out the cast which strengthen the impact of the film. The reader is urged to pay close attention to all the performers.There are some names here which you are going to be hearing again---and again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Duo of Legendary Actors

    The acting of Tom Hanks as father who would do anything for his son risks his life against a head boss man(Paul Newman) that was a father to Tom Hanks but steps the line because the boss man's son is corrupt is quite a story twist and the feelings and actions that Paul Newman and Tom Hank made so believeable was amazon and genius the way they were able to play the roles. The twist with Jude law was just something else. A Third character would pop in while you are caught up with the main plot was just something else especially the character Jude Law plays is so good that weird, mysterious, and some what unnatural type of character. Over all the movie plot, the actors,and the directing are simply legendary. Beautiful done.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I loved it!!

    I wached it twice and loved it twice it rocks.I love the father son part of it really butiful,there is a ton of voilance but the good acting pays it off.But do not watch it if you don't like Tom Hanks and Paul Numan(who dosent?)So overall I love it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An Amazing Cimematic Experience!

    This is one of, if not, the best movie I have ever seen! It had everything anyone could want in a film, and is defenatly the best mafia film since the Godfather. If I didn't know any better, I would say it was better than The Godfather. I've been waiting for a release date on this film, and I have it on reserve. I loved this film and I know you will too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This year's Godfather.

    Wow. What a film. This is for fans of The Godfather. Tom Hanks plays, yet again, another great role. The movie is very sad and pretty violent at times. Go see it; it's a movie to remember.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AMAZING

    A must see for all movie lovers. Tom Hanks is amazing in this movie. A glorious triumph between right and wrong. TWO THUMBS UP!!

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