Dark City

Dark City

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DVD (Director's Cut / Wide Screen)

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Dark City 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best movies I've seen. Rated as the number one movie of the year that year by Roger Ebert and deserves to be more popular than it was. I am not some blind fan - I am telling you that Dark City will stay with you in your head for a few days after watching. I fell in love with 'Mr. Hand' and the way he spoke, mimicking his 'Sleep... NOW' quotes. The movie unravels at a deliberate pace so that you can relate with the main character, who, as you might guess, doesn't remember anything including his own name when he wakes up. The pace is given a shot in the arm when you see entire skyscrapers literally grow out of the ground as if they were organic - the visual impact is obvious. The commentary by Roger Ebert, who discussed the movie with a class that summer, is also highly recommended viewing. Additional details can be picked up with repeated viewing. Great, great movie.
blearyeyes More than 1 year ago
Whereas some Directors cut versions of familiar films do not quite live up to expectations This does and does it in spades. It is a completely different and totally improved film. Every image is packed with so much detail that it is impossible to catch it all in just one viewing. For anyone who is a fan of this film this is a must- a gotta have, must!
AlchemystAZ More than 1 year ago
Film Noir meets Sc Fi. Awesome may be an over-used word, but this is.
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While a good entertaining film to watch, it looks like the writer borrrowed some of his ideas and characters from the french/english film 'City of Lost Children'. The idea of living life thru others and the look of the sets and the Strangers comes staight out of the other film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i saw the cover of this when i was younger and i thought it would be the scary and science fiction ish type of film. now years later finally saw it and it wasn't what i was expecting. should of kept that comparison to matrix in mind. the strangers look almost badass and reminded me of hellraiser's pinhead's outfit. this is the story about a guy and a creepy underground world. and kiefer's character was kinda annoying especially the way he talked. jennifer connelly was pretty and liked her hair. the film was okay though don't expect much just from the cover like a book and cd.