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  • Acteurs : Charlton Heston, Anthony Zerbe, Rosalind Cash, Paul Koslo, Eric Laneuville
  • Réalisateurs : Boris Sagal
  • Scénaristes : John William Corrington, Joyce Hooper Corrington, Richard Matheson, William Peter Blatty
  • Producteurs : Walter Seltzer
  • Format : Doublé, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, Import
  • Audio : Anglais, Français
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Français, Espagnol
  • Rapport de forme : 2.35:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Warner Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 27 novembre 2007
  • Durée : 98 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B000VAHR1E
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The Omega Man is the last man alive in a biologically decimated future world. He crusades to keep himself alive and to fend off a diseased pack of neo-vampires... --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.

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Par Stewartia VOIX VINE le 19 février 2011
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Vous avez vu "je suis une légende"? Et bien c'est l'original du film. En Blu-Ray, l'image est très "propre", la bande son elle n'a ps subit les dégradations du temps, comme les premiers Star Trek ressortis en Blu-Ray. Un classique du genre qu'il ne faut surtout pas rater.
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Par Gwen 1ER COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 10 COMMENTATEURS le 21 août 2011
Format: HD DVD
Paru en 1954, I Am Legend de Richard Matheson est un de ces romans qu'on n'oublie pas une fois lu. Fable existentielle, dystopie post-apocalyptique, thriller fantastique mâtiné de vampires, c'est un peu tout ça à la fois! Rien de surprenant, donc, à ce que le cinéma s'y soit très vite intéressé... A ce jour, on en compte trois adaptations et il y en aura sûrement d'autres... La première, en 1964, avec Vincent Price, avait ses mérites, et la troisième, en 2007, avec Will Smith, était ma foi plutôt réussie. Cela dit, personnellement, c'est cette version-ci que je préfère. Réalisée en 1971 par Brian Sagal, elle prend certes des libertés avec le livre de Matheson, on pourrait même dire qu'elle en modifie un peu l'esprit, n'empêche que le résultat à l'écran est diablement intéressant! Nous sommes en 1977. Deux ans plus tôt, une guerre bactériologique sino-soviétique a balayé la race humaine, ne laissant dans son sillage que des hordes de mutants assoiffés de destruction. Seul rescapé "sain", Robert Neville survit comme il peut, mitraillette en bandoulière, dans une Los Angeles transformée en ville-fantôme... Mais est-il vraiment, comme il le croit, le dernier homme sur Terre?

Premier atout de ce film, le casting judicieux de Charlton Heston dans le rôle-titre. D'emblée, par son seul charisme, celui-ci impose son improbable personnage et le rend crédible. La gâchette sensible, le bon mot facile, il nous la joue désinvolte à fond.
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De l'histoire que JE SUIS UNE LÉGENDE de Richard Matheson déjà porté à l'écran avec « LE DERNIER HOMME SUR LA TERRE. »
En 1977, une guerre bactériologique que l'humanité a exterminés. Les rares survivants ne peut tolérer la lumière et sont contraints de vivre la nuit et dans l'obscurité. Seul un scientifique n'est à l'abri de la maladie et de créer un vaccin pour sauver les autres. Mais la ville de Los Angeles est aux mains de gangs de meurtriers nuit. Il s'agit d'une science-fiction thriller avec quelques scènes d'action efficaces, mais pas la hauteur du livre de Matheson. Déchets d'horribles effets spéciaux avec certains effondrement du rythme, mais il ya l'intrigue et le suspense à revendre. Trois grandes vertus:
La première est appelée Charlton Heston.
La seconde est que le film conserve toujours l'attention du vivant, malgré l'atmosphère de mélancolie et de déserts, et la présence quasi exclusive d'un seul caractère.
Je conclus avec les tiers, films à voir, unique, à mon avis. Mais c'est un chef-d'œuvre? Bien sûr que non mais à mon avis est certainement meilleure que I Am Legend avec Will Smith!
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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Un film de science fiction maintenant ancien et dont les effets spéciaux ne supportent peut-être plus la comparaison avec ceux actuels.
L'histoire reste néanmoins prenante et ce film fait partie des classiques de la science fiction.
En conclusion, malgré son âge, un film dont l'intérêt n'a pas été effacé par le remake pourtant réussi : ''Je suis une légende''.
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HASH(0x971a5a50) étoiles sur 5 Formerly the scariest movie in the world 25 avril 2002
Par Jeffrey Ellis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
The Omega Man is based loosely (and by that, I mean very loosely) on Richard Matheson's classic end-of-the-world novel I am Legend. Taking place in the near future, the Omegan Man imagines a world where the majority of the population has been wiped out by biological warfare. Those that have survived have become albinos who can only come out at night. In a clever touch that has never really been given its due, their leader is a former TV news commentator named Mathias (well-played by Anthony Zerbe who is both sympathetic and threatening). Mathias has declared that the only way to purify the world is to destroy all reminders of their former life and that includes anyone who may not have been infected with the plague. At the beginning of the movie, that would appear to be all of one man -- a former military scientist played by Charlton Heston who spends his days driving through a deserted Los Angeles is search of both a cure and more humans. At night, he hides in his well-lit apartment while Mathias's mob angrily tries to force him out.
The Omega Man is at its strongest in the beginning. The scenes of Heston driving across a deserted Los Angeles (scenes that were shot on actual L.A. street) continue to haunt thirty years after they were first filmed and, for all its inherent camp value, there's something undeniably powerful about seeing the half-mad Heston passing the time by sitting in an empty music theater and watching Woodstock. As well, Mathias' siege on Heston's apartment is also well handled. After this, the film loses its way slightly with Heston predictability getting trapped outside after dark and much of the film's action falls flat. However, uneven as it may be, it all builds up to a truly powerful ending that will shock those raised on the sci-fi films of the '80s and '90s and the final visual image of Heston still packs an incredible amount of power. Despite the fact that Charlton Heston's performance here (and Soylent Green) provided the inspiration for many impressionists, he actually gives an excellent performance. While he spends much of the film gritting his teeth NRA-style, he also brings a very believable sense of fear to the night scenes. Heston doesn't make his hero an obvious hero -- instead of being a standard good guy, mankind's last hope is instead presented as having been driven almost mad by his responsibility.
When it was initially released, the Omega Man got mixed reviews and unfortunately, it has retained some of that negative stigma. When I was a kid and this movie used to play nearly every Sunday afternoon, I thought it was the scariest film ever made. The images of Mathias and his followers with their black robes and pasty faces used to give me nightmares. Now that I'm older, the movie no longer terrifies me but it still carries an undeniable and admirable power. Instead, it is an uneven film that, like many so-called B films of the 1970s, sticks admirably true to its darker than dark designs. For all the critical sniping that the Omega Man has suffered over the years, it is still a film that could teach today's Hollywood directors a thing or two about making an effective movie.
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HASH(0x9719d0cc) étoiles sur 5 One of my Favorite Charlton Heston Films! 3 septembre 2007
Par Archie Mercer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
With a nod to some of the previous reviewers, yes this movie is quite dated. Especially if you are watching this for the very first time. It's a film that was released in 1971 and is about events 4 years into the future. So of course it's dated. But I had the pleasure of seeing this in the theater when it was first released and to this day, no film EVER grabbed my attention as quickly as "The Omega Man." The opening scene, done pre-opening credits, is and probably will always be my all-time favorite scene, if only for the surprise factor.

The plot is the "end-of-civillzation-and-beyond" kind. Here, a border war between Russia and China turns into germ warfare, releasing a nasty bug into the atmosphere. Most people die almost instantaniously. However, a small percentage live on for a short while but are turned into an almost albino state where any type of direct light causes them emmense pain. Heston plays Robert Neville, a government researcher who discovered a cure for the virus only to have his helicopter crash on the way to deliver the vaccine. As a last resort he injects himself with what's left of the vaccine and thus becomes the only human on the planet immune.

Now to clarify some of the mis-information stated in other reviews. The group of albino survivors are not vampires/nombies/whatever. As the virus takes hold of them they go insane. Led by Mathias (Anthony Zerbe) they have decided the disease is God's punishment for man's overuse of techology and have decided it is their mission to burn all forms of knowledge. By night we see book burnings as they sack the deserted Los Angeles. To them Neville is like Satan because he refuses to denounce the old ways. This leads to basically two stubborn men bent on the destruction of the other. By day Neville hunts down "the Family and by night the family lays siege to his fortress-like home.

Yes, there are some scenes that really push the envelope of believability. But then again, this is science fiction, and any good sci-fi story will do that. There are also many scenes that keep you on the edge of your seat. One in particular, after being captured, Neville is taken to Dodger Stadium where the Family plans to burn him along with a huge pile of books. To the family, it's their crowning moment. But at the last minute both the family and Neville get a surprise when the stadium lights are suddenly turned on, sending the family to the ground in pain. I can't go further into the scene without spoiling it so lets just say the escape is one of the many surprises that keep popping up.

To sum up, I would recommend this film to any sci-fi fan. Again, it is dated but the plot is great and of course Heston and Zerbe are absolutely great as adversaries. Don't miss it.
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HASH(0x97172810) étoiles sur 5 great sci fi that still rings true. 27 novembre 2007
Par Michael Dobey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
The Omega Man on blue ray is a whole different movie than on the standard edition. This is because the print has been cleaned up and it is well mastered. Warner brothers typically on their standard releases use whatever print they have left and do not attempt to clean it up. But for this blue ray version they have removed the lines and awful purple blotches that were on the standard issue. In fact I managed to contact their customer service and ask them to deal with the bad print situation that has plagued many of the companies standard dvd issues. They obviously listened to me and others who voiced the same concern and gave us this wonderful print of the omega man. This type of cleaning up can be done for many older movies and this will make any movie from the 30's through the seventies seem like a new experience. This movie is from 1971 and now it looks brand new again. It has the same extras that the standard dvd has but this is a cleaned up and wonderfully made print. I think we can fault many of the newer releases on blu ray for not putting out the special editions that blu ray demands. For instance 'live free and die harder" should have been unrated on blu ray as well for the same price. Or the terminator 2 should at the price of a blue ray should been loaded with all the extras that the special editions had. However any movie older than 1980 needs it's prints to be cleaned up badly and that's a very special thing to behold in it's self. I would love to see lots of warners old movies with all those lines in them cleaned up as well. computers can remove them and the bbc has done marvelous work with Doctor Who in this regard. That series is distributed by Warner Brothers as well. Ok what about the movie itself? It's a classic science fiction movie with excellent performances. One of the best elements of the film is that the last man meets the last woman and she's black. And this doesn't matter as they are just glad to find someone. This is a timeless statement about humanity. But it is the ever evident threat of biological terror or even natural biological plagues that continue to ravage the world that makes this movie pertinant and frightening. I personally watch old movies and do not try to overanalyze such things as effects or stunts or such. For this holds true even for very old sci fi movies from back in the fifties. They didn't have cgi back then and they did the best they could. enuff said! But the movie remains a great sci fi classic that will continue to gain veiwers due to it's well written story. And the images of the insane diseased and rotting family that actor Anthony Zerbe leads that truly resonates today. Because they are no less insane than many modern cults who pray to a supreme leader for all of their answers. Thanks should be given to Warner Brothers for this blu ray edition and lets hope they go even farther back and clean up classics like 'little ceaser" or even just fix up their other releases from the same period including those wonderful hammer horror movies who they own the rights to. A two for one release on older movies would be great too. anyways this is a great film that will stand the test of time.
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HASH(0x97180c60) étoiles sur 5 Hippie Science Fiction. 23 février 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
It is the height of irony that Chuck Heston, who has recently raised the ire of numerous liberal do-gooders for his arch-conservative stances on issues such as gun control, was the star of counter culture sci-fi flicks of the late 60's and early 70's: Planet of the Apes, Soylent Green, and this classic, The Omega Man.
"The Man" has screwed up and destroyed mankind with his weapons of mass destruction. All that remains is a scientist (Heston) who discovered a vaccine against the deadly virus that has either killed people or turned them into mutant psychopaths. Also alive are a handful of children and a couple of adult free spirits; but unless they are vaccinated they will turn into mutants with time. ("Don't trust anyone over 30!") Can the Omega Man use his blood as a vaccine to save what is left of mankind? Can the Omega Man survive the night when all the mutants come out to try and kill him?
This is a fun movie! Sure "The Omega Man" is dated; but that is part of its charm: the music, the clothes, and those afros. Some parts are priceless such as sight of Chuck Heston watching the movie "Woodstock" and knowing all the dialogue by heart. Or a black mutant trying to convince the head mutant, Anthony Zerbe, to allow him to use artillery to blast Heston out of his "honky paradise." (On a serious note: This movie did feature one of the first interracial movie romances in which race is considered inconsequential.) Heston is at his hammy best here, and he does utter his trademark line: "Oh, my God!" The ending is a hoot with Chuck as Christ- "The blood of the new and everlasting covenant. It will be shed for you and for all so that sins may be forgiven."
"I was like Charleton Heston in "The Omega Man." Beauty movie, eh?"- Strange Brew
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HASH(0x97180c54) étoiles sur 5 MY GOD ITS ALMOST DARK, THEY'LL BE WAKING UP SOON 18 août 2000
Par VLADIMIR J. GOYKOW, AAS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This movie is such a classic, I don't think a thousand words can do it justice, but I will try though! If youre antisocial like me, you'll appreciate the fantasy of "being alone". There have been times when I cut class and went to the movies at about 11am on a weekday and made believe I was Charleston Heston in the early "Woodstock" scene, which is just a priceless sequence.The movie does have its political commentaries about how the lack of world peace can turn everyone into light-sensitive Zombies ( Anthony Zerbe, Lincoln Kilpatrick) and interracial loving (Heston and Rosalind Cash). Richard Matheson (through Boris Sagal)has made the ultimate social commentaries with this masterpiece. I don't know about you? But I can't wait for them to unearth an extra hour or two of deleted scenes and bonus footage.Omege Man is a movie that can be watched for 3 hours.
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