Match Point

Match Point

DVD (Wide Screen / Subtitled)

$8.38 $8.99 Save 7% Current price is $8.38, Original price is $8.99. You Save 7%. View All Available Formats & Editions
Want it by Monday, November 26 Order now and choose Expedited Shipping during checkout.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/25/2006
UPC: 0678149486629
Original Release: 2005
Rating: R
Source: Dreamworks Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:04:00
Sales rank: 8,250

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Scarlett Johansson Nola Rice
Jonathan Rhys Meyers Chris Wilton
Emily Mortimer Chloe Hewett Wilton
Matthew Goode Tom Hewett
Brian Cox Alec Hewett
Penelope Wilton Eleanor Hewett
Ewen Bremner Inspector Dowd
James Nesbitt Detective Banner
Rupert Penry-Jones Henry
Margaret Tyzack Mrs. Eastby
Alexander Armstrong Mr. Townsend
Paul Kaye Estate Agent
Janis Kelly "La Traviata" Performer
Alan Oke "La Traviata" Performer
Mark Gatiss Ping-Pong Player
Philip Mansfield Waiter
Simon Kunz Rod Carver
Geoffrey Streatfield Alan Sinclair
Mary Hegarty "Rigoletto" Performer
John Fortune John the Chauffeur
Patricia Whymark Telephone Operator
Anthony O'Donnell Custodian
Miranda Raison Heather
Rose Keegan Carol
Zoe Telford Samantha
Scott Handy Hewetts' Friend
Gilly Gilchrist Hewetts' Friend
Selina Cadell Margaret
Georgina Chapman Nola's Co-Worker
Colin Salmon Ian
Toby Kebbell Policeman
Steve Pemberton Detective Perry
Nikki Inwood Stand-In
Steve Morphew Stand-In

Technical Credits
Woody Allen Director,Screenwriter
Remi Adefarasin Cinematographer
Letty Aronson Producer
Nicky Kentish Barnes Co-producer
Sarah Best Producer
Matthew Bristowe Producer
Jim Clay Production Designer
Diane Dancklefsen Art Director
Lucy Darwin Producer
Patricia Kerrigan DiCerto Casting
Sarah Forbes Set Decoration/Design
Carmel Jackson Makeup
Sallie Jaye Makeup
Alisa Lepselter Editor
Begona Lopez Producer
Chris Newman Asst. Director
Helen Robin Co-producer
Jan Spoczynski Art Director
Gail Stevens Casting
Juliet Taylor Casting
Jill Taylor Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Tenenbaum Executive Producer
David Wahnon Sound Editor
Gareth Wiley Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Match Point
1. Welcome to London [6:12]
2. It's a Date [4:26]
3. An Aggressive Game [3:48]
4. Your Place or Mine? [2:55]
5. Luck vs. Hard Work [5:44]
6. Which Do You Prefer? [3:46]
7. Confidence [6:50]
8. Second Guesses [6:53]
9. Moving Up in the World [6:53]
10. Bad Timing [3:35]
11. Blind Chance [6:25]
12. A New Interest [1:09]
13. Getting Bored [4:48]
14. Bad Luck [2:27]
15. Feeling Guilty [4:34]
16. "On Holiday" [6:24]
17. Liar! [3:45]
18. The Plan [5:56]
19. The Tragedy of Life [3:06]
20. Unlucky [6:13]
21. Shocking News [5:36]
22. A Few Questions [6:19]
23. The Greater Scheme [6:47]
24. End Credits [7:06]

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Match Point 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Woody Allen is odd-we all know this. But he is also very talented. He directed this and wrote the screen play. He incorporated the opera music so stunningly and at such kee points in the movie that as you travel through each scene, it is more meaningful - there are such subtle, beautiful operatic arias from many years back which also adds to the uniqueness of this film. When I viewed this film for the first time, it was because I am a Johansson fan; she is perfect for HER role here. But what I found was that ALL the actors were just great and Jonathan Rhys Meyers was superb, so handsome, so perfect for his role. The setting is London including beautiful countryside and estates but it is the story and its intrigue that is continually satisfying. Woody Allen knows human behavior, knows what people are capable of, even those who are upper class, educated, have always done the right thing etc etc. At the risk of sounding conceited, I'll just say that the reviewers who did not like this film maybe have a hard time sitting still, or like only action films, or find British films boring, or don't appreciate someone like Allen illustrating human behavior in his odd but amazing ways. For movie lovers, it's a must, a classic. By the way, Jonathan Rhys Meyers played King Henry VIII on the ShowTime cable network mini-series which was fabulous. So for those of you who also love British work, both this film and the ShowTime series are must haves.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie is magical & the british accents are lovely! Though, it starts as a type of love story ... it slowly adds twists and turns that will have you consumed and wondering what will happen next. I highly recommend it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Match Point was the first Woody Allen movie ever i saw-i loved it! his incorporation of opera music is genius. i contemplated the ending about midway through-but hadn't the slightest thought that he might actually-if you haven't seen this movie yet you definitely should i won't ruin it for you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
THIS MOVIE IS ONE OF MY FAVRIOTES. I HIGHLY RECOMEND IT TO ANY ONE . THE ACTORS ARE GREAT. THE SCRIPT IS AWSOME IT STARTS WITH A BRITHSH ROMANCE THEN IVOLVES TO A VERY HOT STEAMY AFFIAR.THEN TAKES YOU TO A IRONIC ENDING. IT MAKES YOU WANT TO SEE IT OVER AND OVER AGIAN. ITS ONE OF THOSE MOVIES THAT YOU SHOULD DEFENITLY BUY AT ANY PRICE!!!!FOR SURE. NO DOUBT
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm normally not a big fan of Woody Allan movies however Match Point definitely surpassed all my expectations. Many critics have viewed this work as proof of the fading director's resurrection. I view it as a piece of solid storytelling from a great director. His films contain ironic humor and great dialog that you cannot help but admire this 70-year-old funny little man. "Match Point" represents a different kind of Allen because his known set Manhattan/New York has changed to rainy London. Allen expands his views, and the result is one working combination of new locations charm and variety. That fact made "Match Point" even more likable. The irony was there but instead of raving comedy he gave us some completely different. "Match Point" is a story about love, passion and coincidence. Ex-tennis professional Chris Wilton (Jonathan Rhys-Myers) gets caught up with intriguing affair with his brother’s bride Nola Rice (Scarlett Johansson). New heat is more interesting than his life with his wife Chloe (doll-faced Emily Mortimer. The passion becomes so powerful and overwhelming that it will have a huge impact on what will happen next. The end of the film was unexpected and I could not believe the irony of being at right place at the right time. Ball is definitely back at this old saxophonist's court! What a work of art! If you like production of Woody Allen then you will fall in love with "Match Point"!
Guest More than 1 year ago
congrats, woody, for this return to form. this movie is a triumph that needs to be viewed again and again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I didn't expect anything from this movie...there were no comercials...but my girlfriend wanted to see it. I was pleasantly surprised! The end has a real nice twist...Moreover...Damn what is this Scarlet sexy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago