The Watch

The Watch

Director: Akiva Schaffer Cast: Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill

DVD (Wide Screen / Subtitled / Dubbed)

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Product Details

Release Date: 11/13/2012
UPC: 0024543814429
Original Release: 2012
Rating: R
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:42:00
Sales rank: 52,844

Special Features

Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Gag reel; Alien invasions & you; Casting the alien

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ben Stiller Evan
Vince Vaughn Bob
Jonah Hill Franklin
Richard Ayoade Jamarcus
Rosemarie DeWitt Abby
Will Forte Sgt. Bressman
Mel Rodriguez Chucho
Doug Jones Hero Alien
Erin Moriarty Chelsea
Nicholas Braun Jason
R. Lee Ermey Manfred
Joseph A. Nuñez Antonio Guzman
Liz Cackowski Carla
Johnny Pemberton Skater Kid
Sharon Gee Mrs. Kim
Eric Lee Goins Random Jogger - Jared
Robert C. Sibley Retiree #1
Grace Fronebarger Retiree #2
Bonnie Silver Retiree #3
Jill Jane Clements City Council Woman
Paul Barlow City Council Member
Thomas Elliott Male Hooters Volunteer
Sean Robert Goulding Costco Employee - TV
Amy Napier Viteri Reporter
Flax Dame Teenager Announcer
Ryan Girard Paul's Guest #1
Katie Kneeland Paul's Guest #2
Ted Huckabee Orgy Man #1
Jeremiah "J.J." Williams Orgy Man #2
Ethan Shapanka Orgy Man #3
Marla Malcolm Orgy Woman #1
Lindsey Coley Orgy Woman #2
LaDonna Allison Orgy Woman #3
Andy Samberg Casual Wanker #1
Jorma Taccone Casual Wanker #2
Akiva Schaffer Casual Wanker #3
Cathy Shim Asian Housewife
Carissa Capobianco Mandy
Kelsey Talley Twin
Melia Talley Twin
Patricia French Franklin's Mother
Erinn Hayes Bob's Wife
Zack Mines Prom Date
Emily Yuye Sikes Evan's Daughter
Tim Davies Conductor

Technical Credits
Akiva Schaffer Director
Blondel Aidoo Co-producer
Scott Baker Set Decoration/Design
Christophe Beck Score Composer
Wendy Chuck Costumes/Costume Designer
Digital Domain Animator
George Drakoulias Musical Direction/Supervision
Michael Ewing Producer
Tony Gardner Makeup Special Effects
Evan Goldberg Screenwriter
Warren Hendriks Sound/Sound Designer
Kevin Kliesch Musical Arrangement
Wayne Lemmer Sound/Sound Designer
Dan Levine Executive Producer
Dan Levine Executive Producer
Monica Levinson Executive Producer
Shawn Levy Producer
George Lee McDonnell Set Decoration/Design
Tom McNulty Co-producer
Doug Meerdink Production Designer
Sheila Nash Set Decoration/Design
Barry Peterson Cinematographer
Seth Rogen Screenwriter
Billy Rosenberg Co-producer
David Sandefur Art Director
Jared Stern Screenwriter
Justin Theroux Screenwriter
Alyssa Weisberg Casting
Jeffrey Wetzel Asst. Director,Co-producer
Dean Zimmerman Editor

Scene Index

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The Watch 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nadina85 More than 1 year ago
With regard to The Watch, you're far better off viewing the trailer than actually watching it? Okay, perhaps I'm embellishing the terriblness of the flick just a little, but it really is bad. Lucky for me, my expectations radar was set to tickle rather than stun, so I didn't have to worry about disappointment or anything. This is yet another one of those not-funny-movies that has marginally funny people in it. You have Vince Vaughn being a total jerk (basically himself), Jonah Hill doing a pitiful portrayal of a bad boy and Ben Stiller doing the"I'm a nice guy who inadvertently gets caught up in crazy hijinks" thing. SNOOZE. The real people to watch are Will Forte and the rest of the supporting cast. And I can't forget Richard Ayoade. He's hilarious. In fact, watch Flight of the Concords, it's so much better. Okay, back to the movie. Unsurprisingly, it's a total raunchfest, and honestly, I've seen one too many of those lately.The utter ridiculousness isn't the only thing that had me smacking my head on the table. They dangle this tantalizing science fictiony "we are already among you, living as you" carrot in front of you and THEY TOOK IT NOWHERE! Basically all of the potentially decent sci-fi stuff was a total red herring. Here's an idea. Let ME remake the movie. I'm being serious! And look movie producer guys, I'll make this easy for you. We don't have to recast any of it. We'll keep all the same actors. Just let me put those super exposive ray gun thingys to better use and bring the tone down to the likes of The Faculty or Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Now we've got ourselves a real movie! The Watch, as a sci-fi film, is just what you'd expect: unremarkable. As a comedy it's sparse and spotty, relying more on the street cred of the comedic actors in it than on the actual comedy itself. There are, however far and few between, funny moments thanks mostly in part to Richard Ayoade and Will Forte. I have to say, The Watch is a rental at most and best viewed while otherwise distracted.