The Salton Sea

The Salton Sea

Director: D.J. Caruso Cast: Val Kilmer, Peter Sarsgaard, Deborah Kara Unger

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Product Details

Release Date: 10/11/2016
UPC: 0888574440954
Original Release: 2002
Source: Warner Archives
Presentation: [Wide Screen, Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 26,331

Special Features

Closed Caption; Documentaries Meth and Method: the production design on The Salton Sea, about capturing the look of the Los Angeles drug underworld, and Embracing the Chaos: a conversation with the cast of The Salton Sea, with stars and filmmakers talking about their plunge into this intense movie; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Val Kilmer Danny Parker
Peter Sarsgaard Jimmy the Fin
Deborah Kara Unger Colette
Meat Loaf Bo
Vincent D'Onofrio Pooh Bear
Adam Goldberg Kujo
Luis Guzman Quincey
Shalom Harlow Actor
Doug Hutchison Morgan Tanner
Anthony LaPaglia Garcetti
Azura Skye Actor
Danny Trejo Actor
Chandra West Liz
B.D. Wong Bubba
Glenn Plummer Actor
R. Lee Ermey Verne Plummer
Shirley Knight Nancy Plummer
Josh Todd Big Bill

Technical Credits
D.J. Caruso Director
Tony Adler Asst. Director
Ken Aguado Producer
Deborah Aquila Casting
Jim Behnke Executive Producer
Tim Cooney Sound/Sound Designer
Douglas Cumming Art Director
Frank Darabont Producer
Tony Gayton Screenwriter
K.N.B. EFX Group Makeup Special Effects
Eriq La Salle Producer
Amir Mokri Cinematographer
Thomas Newman Score Composer
Jim Page Editor
Butch Robinson Producer
Tom Southwell Production Designer
Eric Sundhal Set Decoration/Design
Karyn Wagner Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Salton Sea
1. You Decide
2. Speed Saga
3. Bobby's Hobby
4. View From The Bottom
5. The Informer
6. Man With Two Names
7. Liz
8. Get Lost
9. Arms And The Cowboy
10. Planning A Big Score
11. Dead Pigeons
12. Pooh-Bear On The Brain
13. Kujo'd Big Heist
14. Lady In Distress
15. Rollover
16. The Plummers
17. Capt. Stubing
18. Memory Of Murder
19. Meeting The Team
20. Getting Closer
21. Rat's Confession
22. Going Solo
23. More Dead Pigeons
24. All Clear...Almost
25. Die Or Fight?
26. Big Difference
27. Let Him Burn
28. Who's This Guy?
29. End Credits

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The Salton Sea 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was terrific.One of the best movies I had seen in a long while. The whole plot of the tweekers world and how they saw and lived everyday life, it blew me away on how they were able to produce, to know how the lifestyle is lived with no self experience was phenomenal. It took me a good 3 times of watching it to put it all together and almost fully understand it. It's a great movie but must watch it closely.
moviewatcher More than 1 year ago
Salton Sea was something I never heard of. This was a movie that was recommended to me by a friend. I rented it and Val Kilmer along with the rest of the cast was so great in this movie. The story was gripping and the ending was a mind blower. I had to add this to my movie collection. If you like plot twists, great acting and script writing, add this to your collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having had to live in a compound full of tweekers as a non-tweeker for nearly a year, this movie tells it exactly like it is. A fairly harmless group of people when left alone, they are both despicable and lovable at the same time. The perpetual cleaning, organizing, mind games, and avoidance of daylight never ceased to amaze me, both in this movie and in real life. Working in the corporate world and trying to finish school, I had to move for my own sanity, but I will always remember their kindness toward me and my animals. I throw this movie in every once in awhile when I get ''homesick''. My outside friends are not nearly as fun!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was horrifying and fascinating. This is Val Kilmer's most amazing performance. I had to watch it twice because I didn't recognize Vincent D'Onofrio the first time through. It was so good I'm going to buy a copy. Make sure you have no distractions while watching won't want to miss anything!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I never even heard of this movie! I saw it at our library and thought it sounded good so I rented it. WOW!! It was such a powerful movie! Every angle of it from the acting to the music was just outstanding!! This is by far THE BEST MOVIE that I have seen in awhile!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
''The Salton Sea'' is malevolent film noir at it's very best. At the heart of the movie is Val Kilmer's best performance since ''Tombstone'', perhaps a dark horse for an Oscar nomination. The cast also includes excellent performances from: Luis Guzman, Danny Trejo, Peter Saarsgard and in most exponential fashion from Vincent D'Onofrio who plays the horrifyingly funny ''Pooh Bear''. This movie may well become a cult classic.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Surprisingly, this film had a very limited release in Southern California, but I saw it the first week it came out. Prepare yourself for a wild ride. It's a rough film--not for fainting hearts--but the loving relationship between Kilmer's character and his wife is tender and between him and his pal Jimmy there is a rare portrayal of a loyal and deep-love friendship between two straight males that I haven't seen on the screen since Spock ''died'' before Kirk's eyes. Despite the raw drama, there manages to be several great comic scenes in the film and all in all, I think this movie does a better job than Nancy at convincing people to say no to drugs. Who would want a Poo Bear on their back? I saw this film mainly because of my interest in California's Salton Sea. I was disappointed that only brief glimpses of the surreally beautiful Salton Sea were shown and that people might get the notion the place is full of dopers--it's mostly full of seniors who moved there in its Sinatra, Sony Bono & yacht club heydays of the 60s. I was glad that at least after the credits, mention was made to support this great natural resource.