Darkman

Darkman

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Overview

Darkman

Director Sam Raimi brings to life a comic book-like superhero and frantic camera work in the action-adventure comedy Darkman. Universal has done a great job on this 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer. While the image sometimes suffers from some small amounts of grain and dirt, overall, this picture looks very crisp with vivid colors and even black levels. The audio is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround in English and French, sounding much better than expected. While the mix is limited to only the front and center speakers, the bulk of this soundtrack has a very bombastic and explosive feel to it. Also included on this disc are subtitles in Spanish and English captions. Extra features are relatively scant -- the only supplements available on this disc are some thin production notes, a few bios on the cast and crew, and a single theatrical trailer for the movie.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/31/1998
UPC: 0025192017926
Original Release: 1990
Rating: R
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround]
Time: 1:36:00
Sales rank: 38,120

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Liam Neeson Peyton Westlake/Darkman
Frances McDormand Julie Hastings
Colin Friels Louis Strack, Jr.
Larry Drake Robert G. Durant
Nelson Mashita Yakitito
Jesse Lawrence Ferguson Eddie Black
Jenny Agutter Doctor
Rafael Robledo Rudy Guzman
Dan Hicks Skip
Theodore Raimi Rick
Dan Bell Smiley
Nicholas Worth Pauly
Bruce Campbell Shemp, Final
William Dear Limo Driver
Phillip A. Gillis Priest
Aaron Lustig Martin Katz
Arsenio "Sonny" Trinidad Hung Fat
Said Faraj Convenience Store Clerk
Nathan Jung Chinese Warrior
Toru Tanaka Chinese Warrior
John Lisbon Wood Carnival Booth Attendant
Frank Noon Side Show Barker
Julius Harris Gravedigger
Bridget Hoffman Computer
Maggie Moore Nurse
Carl Bresk Policeman
Sean Daniel Policeman
John Landis Physician
Carrie Hall Screaming Woman
John Cameron Bartender
Craig Hosking Helicopter Pilot
Karl Wickman Police Helicopter Pilot
Cliff Fleming Police Helicopter Pilot
Andy Bale Dockworker
Neal McDonough Dockworker
Stuart Cornfield Dockworker
William Lustig Dockworker
Scott Spiegel Dockworker
Cary Tyler Dockworker
Charles W. Young Dockworker with Bullet in Forehead

Technical Credits
Sam Raimi Director,Original Story,Screenwriter
Ginni Barr Set Decoration/Design
Chuck Borden Stunts
John Cade Stunts
John Cameron Asst. Director
John Casino Stunts
Christopher Doyle Stunts
Ethan Coen Screenwriter
Joel Coen Screenwriter
Phil Dagort Art Director
B.J. Davis Stunts
Peter Deming Cinematographer
Dave Efron Stunts
Danny Elfman Score Composer
John Escobar Stunts
Jammie Friday Animator
Tony Gardner Makeup Special Effects
Daniel Goldin Screenwriter
Joshua Goldin Screenwriter
Carl Goldstein Asst. Director
Larry Hamlin Makeup Special Effects
Rick Hannigan Camera Operator
Paul Hellerman Production Manager
Introvision Systems International Special Effects
Scott Javine Asst. Director
Daryl Kass Producer
Hubie Kerns Stunts
Peter Kuran Special Effects
Kevin Kutchaver Animator
Karen Laine Stunts
Deborah Larsen Makeup
Lane Leavitt Stunts
Gene Lebell Stunts
Dennis Madalone Stunts
Wild Bill Mock Stunts
Sherry Peterson Stunts
Chuck Pfarrer Screenwriter
Rex Pierson Stunts
Bill Pope Cinematographer
Grania Preston Costumes/Costume Designer
FourWard Productions Special Effects
Chiodo Brothers Productions Animator
Ivan Raimi Screenwriter
Randy Ser Production Designer
Jonathan Sheffer Score Composer
Bud Smith Editor
Scott Smith Editor
David Stiven Editor
George Suhayda Set Decoration/Design
Donald Summer Musical Direction/Supervision,Sound Mixer
Robert Tapert Producer
Tim Trella Stunts
Patricia Whitcher Production Designer,Production Manager

Scene Index

Side #1
0. Chapter List
1. Just Another Tough Guy [5:34]
2. Main Titles [4:02]
3. Peyt And Jules [5:14]
4. What Is It About The Dark? [4:45]
5. Blown To Pieces [2:11]
6. The Hospital [6:34]
7. Setting Up Shop [6:20]
8. Rick Retires [1:46]
9. Playing Pauly [13:48]
10. The Duplicate Durant [7:35]
11. The Pink Elephant [4:19]
12. War At The Warehouse [6:48]
13. Darkman Gets Some [2:16]
14. The Enemies In The Air [3:02]
15. On The Edge [6:01]
16. End Titles: Call Me Darkman [8:43]

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4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Sam Raimi and Danny Elfman. Yay! Same guys who worked on the Spiderman films among others. There is a couple of corny scenes that are just fun but I really liked how the emotional pain of the character was portrayed. I love the scene where the carnie tries to stiff Dr Peyton Westlake and you are presented with the consequences. The images used to present how cracked his psyche is - is a thrill. Definitely a good movie, the best of the series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is nothing great about this movie. It is one of hundreds of the "vigilante justice" films of the 1990's, that most benign looking decade in which hid many facades. Liam Neeson, I may forgive for this part and your beautiful partner, Frances McDormand. I am glad the bad guys got what they got in the end.
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