Starsky & Hutch

Starsky & Hutch

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Director: Todd Phillips, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Snoop Dogg

Cast: Todd Phillips, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Snoop Dogg


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Todd Phillips brings television cops Starsky and Hutch to the big screen with this affectionate action comedy that stars Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson as the title duo. The film debuts on DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of the film. The seventies-style clothing comes across just as vividly at home as it did


Todd Phillips brings television cops Starsky and Hutch to the big screen with this affectionate action comedy that stars Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson as the title duo. The film debuts on DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of the film. The seventies-style clothing comes across just as vividly at home as it did on the big screen. English and French soundtracks are both available, while English, French, and Spanish subtitles can be accessed. Supplemental materials include a commentary track by the director. Phillips spends the majority of the track discussing how great his actors are and revealing many of the obscure references to the old series made during the course of the film. A short featurette with Snoop Dogg about the costumes he wore in the movie, a blooper reel, the original theatrical trailer, and a very funny mock-featurette on the making of the film (in which all the interviewees pretend that they hated working together) round out this solid release from Warner Bros.

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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The popular '70s cop show -- a forerunner to the "buddy" movies that proliferated during the '80s and '90s -- gets a proper send-up in this pleasingly inane romp starring Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. Directed by Todd Phillips (Old School), it positively brims with lowbrow foolishness but benefits enormously from the gifted cast's hammy, good-natured trouping. Stiller transforms Dave Starsky into a tightly wound, by-the-book detective with little patience for the unorthodox antics of his new partner, freewheeling Ken Hutchinson, played by Wilson with his trademark insouciance. A routine murder investigation leads them to the doorstep of wealthy Reese Feldman (Vince Vaughn), an entrepreneurial gangster possessing a formula for cocaine that can't be detected by drug-sniffing dogs, but they bungle the investigation and are taken off the case. Their efforts to apprehend Feldman offer innumerable opportunities for outrageous, almost surreal episodes; possibly the best of them is a hilarious sequence in which the boys impersonate mimes and crash the bat mitzvah party of Feldman's young daughter. The always interesting Vaughn is typically wry as the drug lord, and Juliette Lewis makes the most of her limited screen time as his dimwitted mistress. The real surprise, though, is Snoop Dogg as Huggy Bear, the erstwhile gangsta who furnishes Starsky and Hutch with valuable leads. He's surprisingly good in a colorful role that fits him like a purple, ermine-trimmed glove. Also funny are Amy Smart and Carmen Electra as professional cheerleaders who date the boys, and former blaxploitation star Fred Williamson, a real scenery chewer as the long-suffering police captain trying to keep the team under control. The Stiller-Wilson pairing remains among current comedy's most reliable combinations, and these accomplished pros make Starsky & Hutch a delight from beginning to end.

Product Details

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Original Release:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Gag reel; Deleted scenes; "Fashion Fa Shizzle Wit Huggy Bizzle"; "Last Look" making-of mockumentary; Commentary by director/co-writer Todd Phillips; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ben Stiller David Starsky
Owen Wilson Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson
Snoop Dogg Huggy Bear
Fred Williamson Captain Dobey
Vince Vaughn Reese Feldman
Juliette Lewis Kitty
Jason Bateman Kevin
Amy Smart Holly
Carmen Electra Staci
Chris Penn Manetti
Molly Sims Mrs. Feldman
Terry Crews Porter
Richard Edson Monix
Daniel Dae Kim Actor
David Pressman Terrence Meyers
Will Ferrell Big Earl
Matt Walsh Eddie
Har Mar Superstar Dancin' Rick
Darlena Tejeiro Lorraine

Technical Credits
Todd Phillips Director,Screenwriter
Gilbert Adler Executive Producer
Scot Armstrong Screenwriter
Roy Barnes Set Decoration/Design
Juel Bestrop Casting
William Blinn Executive Producer
Scott Budnick Associate Producer
Stuart Cornfeld Producer
George Drakoulias Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert Ben Garant Screenwriter
Akiva Goldsman Producer
Leslie Jones Editor
Thomas Lennon Screenwriter
Stevie Long Original Story
Tony Ludwig Producer
Jeanne McCarthy Casting
Doug Meerdink Set Decoration/Design
Louise Mingenbach Costumes/Costume Designer
John O'Brien Original Story,Screenwriter
Lee Orloff Sound/Sound Designer
Greg Papalia Art Director
Barry Peterson Cinematographer
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Kristen Pratt Set Decoration/Design
Alan Riche Producer
Theodore Shapiro Score Composer
Ben Stiller Executive Producer
Kate J. Sullivan Set Decoration/Design
Edward Verreaux Production Designer
Jeffrey Wetzel Asst. Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Man Overboard [2:19]
2. They're Cops [2:14]
3. Partners [2:03]
4. New Coke [2:25]
5. Huggy's Place [4:27]
6. Rules of the Car [3:24]
7. Police Business Only [3:00]
8. Meeting Reese [1:58]
9. Staci and All of Holly [3:36]
10. Laid Out to Play Out [3:26]
11. Wrong Size [1:13]
12. Biker Boys [3:48]
13. Dragons for Big Earl [3:58]
14. What Are You Wearing? [2:11]
15. Sweetened Double Date [1:26]
16. Dance Fevered [3:42]
17. What Are Partners For? [4:38]
18. Guns and Knives [3:12]
19. Russian Roulette [3:14]
20. Surprise Package [3:05]
21. Inside the Garage [2:55]
22. Hard Feelings [1:39]
23. Torn Apart, Blown Up [2:39]
24. Let's Get'em [2:35]
25. Undercover Huggy [3:35]
26. Two Characters [3:52]
27. Popping the Trunk [3:31]
28. Too Much Car to Handle [4:25]
29. Nobody Touches the Bear [4:53]
30. New Wheels [1:02]
31. Outtake End Credits [3:09]


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3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Do not be fooled like me. This is a movie, a horrible one at that. I thought it was one of those tv series on DVD. Anyway I watched the movie sinced I owned it. I only got about twenty minutes into it before i had to give up on it. I am infuriated with Hollyood always remaking great TV shoes and completely ruining them. If anyone knows how i can get moneyback please email me.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The series was great, but this much better.I love this movie and its sexual and comedical dialogue.Wow!I was blown away at the Sundance Academy.Ben Stiller is hilarious in every movie he does.A must-see!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is movie is so funny. I laughed for over an hour striait. Will Ferrell is halarious as big earl. Ben stiller and Owen Willson are the two best people for the part of Starsky and Hutch. Buy this movie right away. TWO THUMBS UP!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie version of Starsky & Hutch is so bad I can't describe how bad. Mere words do not do it justice to express how profoundly ridiculous and lame this movie was. Owen Wilson is capable of much better, but his roles portray him as more of a clown with each successive film. Ben Stiller is a one-dimensional actor in all his films, he's just the same.
JosephusBrooks More than 1 year ago
I can't believe this on blu ray. I'm getting this for my birthday.
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