The Last Mimzy

The Last Mimzy

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Product Details

Release Date: 07/10/2007
UPC: 0794043109164
Original Release: 2007
Rating: PG
Source: New Line Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:37:00
Sales rank: 13,677

Special Features

Closed Caption; All-Access Pass features:; Feature-length audio commentary from director Bob Shaye; Roger Waters - "Hello (I Love You)" music video; Deleted scenes with an introduction and audio commentary from director Bob Shaye; Adapting the Story; Bob Shaye: Director Profile; Casting the Kids; Production Design and Concept Art - with optional commentary by director Bob Shaye and production designer Barry Chusid; Real is Good: The Visual Effects; Editing and Music; Theatrical trailer; Beyond-the-MovieTM featurettes:; The Mandala: An Imaginary Palace; The Looking Glass: Emma and Alice; Sound Waves: Listening to the Universe; DNA: The Human Blueprint; Nanotechnology: The Human Revolution; Wormholes: Fantasy or Science; Interactive game

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Chris O'Neil Noah Wilder
Rhiannon Leigh Wryn Emma Wilder
Joely Richardson Jo Wilder
Timothy Hutton David Wilder
Rainn Wilson Larry White
Kathryn Hahn Naomi Schwartz
Michael Clarke Duncan Nathanial Boardman
Howard Shore Conductor

Technical Credits
Robert Shaye Director,Executive Producer
Yuri Afanasiev Set Decoration/Design
Brin Alexander Stunts
Andrei Andrianko Set Decoration/Design
Peter Bodnarus Set Decoration/Design
Susan Brouse Casting
Alex Burdett Special Effects Supervisor
Lynne Carrow Casting
Barry Chusid Production Designer
Joanna Coons Stunts
Douglas Craik Camera Operator
Danetracks, Inc. Sound/Sound Designer
Dane A. Davis Sound/Sound Designer
Ross Dempster Art Director
Toby Emmerich Screenwriter
Justis Greene Executive Producer
James V. Hart Original Story
Alan Heim Editor
Cody Laudan Stunts
Lawrence Manchester Sound Mixer
Karen Matthews Costumes/Costume Designer
J. Michael Muro Cinematographer
Orphanage Animator
Gerald Paetz Stunts
Michael Phillips Producer
Sara Risher Executive Producer
Brian Rose Camera Operator
Bruce Joel Rubin Screenwriter
Howard Shore Score Composer
Margery Simkin Casting
Sharon Simms Stunts
Carol Skilken Original Story
Jonna Smith Associate Producer
Cameron Sonerson Animator
Mike Topoozian Asst. Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Last Mimzy
2. The Story of Mimzy [:31]
3. An Ordinaru Family [:32]
5. Whidbey Island [3:03]
6. Mimzy the Teacher [:47]
8. Vivid Dreams [1:20]
9. Heightend Senses [:02]
10. Dimensions [2:48]
13. The Teacher and the Student [:15]
15. "Can I Show You Something?" [1:04]
19. Lights Out [2:21]
20. Building a Bridge [:48]
21. A Very Special Hand [2:27]
24. A Look Into the Future [:49]
27. Under Surveillance [:11]
30. An Early Exit [2:20]
32. Time Travel [:32]
35. Epilogue [1:27]
36. End Credits [3:01]
1. The Story of Mimzy [1:00]
2. An Ordinary Family [:31]
3. Whidbey Island [:32]
4. Mimzy the Teacher [:28]
5. Vivid Dreams [3:03]
6. Heightened Senses [:47]
7. Dimensions [2:31]
8. The Teacher and the Student [1:20]
9. "Can I Show You Something?" [:02]
10. Lights Out [2:48]
11. Building a Bridge [1:47]
12. A Very Special Hand [1:57]
13. A Look Into the Future [:15]
14. Under Surveillance [3:22]
15. An Early Exit [1:04]
16. Time Travel [:21]
17. Epilogue [1:05]
18. End Credits [2:37]

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The Last Mimzy 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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oneidamommy More than 1 year ago
I bought this movie for my 4 year old who after watching this on cable kept asking for me to buy it. It is about a brother and sister who find an object on the beach during vacation. This object holds many different things, one of which is a stuffed bunny named Mimzy. Mimzy talks to the little sister in her head. My daughter is fascinated by the stuffed bunny and the little girl. The story is okay with no violence or bad language. Certain aspects of this story are definitely geared towards children ages 5-10 years.