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The Last Detail [Import anglais]

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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Jack Nicholson, Randy Quaid, Otis Young, Clifton James, Carol Kane
  • Réalisateurs : Hal Ashby
  • Scénaristes : Darryl Ponicsan, Robert Towne
  • Producteurs : Charles Mulvehill, Gerald Ayres, Joel Chernoff
  • Format : Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais, Français, Allemand, Italien, Espagnol
  • Sous-titres : Arabe, Tchèque, Danois, Néerlandais, Anglais, Finnois, Français, Allemand, Hébreu, Hindi, Hongrois, Italien, Grec, Norvégien, Polonais, Portugais, Espagnol, Suédois, Turc
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 5 août 2002
  • Durée : 100 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.8 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
  • ASIN: B0000695JW
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 48.699 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Jack Nicholson is at his very best in this highly-acclaimed dramatic comedy about three sailors on the loose. Two hard-boiled career petty officers, Buddusky (Nicholson) and Mulhall (Otis Young), aredetailed to take a young sailor, Meadows (Randy Quaid), from a Virginia Naval Base to a New Hampshire Naval Prison to serve an eight-year sentence for a trivial offense. Buddusky and Mulhall take a liking to Meadows and are determined to show him a good time on their journey north. Their escapades begin in Washington where they narrowly escape a bar fight, then get blind drunk in their hotel room. In New York, they tangle with some Marines, and in Boston, Buddusky takes Meadows to a brothel forhis first sexual experience. Finally, after reluctantly turning in Meadows, Buddusky and Mulhall realize they are as much prisoners of their own world as Meadows now is of his.

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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Laripette le 2 juillet 2010
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Ce film - presque "intimiste" - décrit très bien une ballade initiatrice. Avec 3 excellents interprètes dont Jack Nicholson étonnamment sobre !

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Please know that I write this review for The Last Detail movie with gratitude for my current job. However, I happen to be drawn towards watching navy themed movies and television shows from time to time because my time in the navy was good to me and as a result I have a strong interest in certain navy themed films and tv shows. Anyhow, The Last Detail movie stars Jack Nicholson as Billy Buddusky, Otis Young as Richard Mulhall, and Randy Quaid as Larry Meadows. Both Buddusky and Mulhall are currently stationed in Norfolk Virginia for the movie’s setting and are awaiting orders to their next job assignment. They get tasked with escorting Meadows to the Portsmouth Virginia Brig for an offense that they feel does not warrant the punishment. However, both Buddusky and Mulhall are navy lifers and go along with what they are told to do because they have little say in what type of punishment fits Meadow’s action. Buddusky does have a foul sailor’s mouth and yet his heart of gold shines through when he convinces Mulhall why they must let Meadows have a little fun as they escort him. Mulhall is naturally hesitant due to the risks not just with Meadows running away but what can happen to his own navy career (the character of Mulhall is shown admitting during the film that he takes great pride in his navy career and is unsure what he would do or how he would fare if he was not making the navy a career). Mulhall eventually agrees with Buddusky’s plan on the condition that Buddusky stays aware that they are not escorting a person on their way to receiving a full navy retirement or honorable discharge. The aspiring writer/scriptwriter in me also enjoys how the character of Billy Buddusky simultaneously encouraging both Mulhall and Meadows to step out of their comfort zones a little bit in a fun/exciting way. The Last Detail film is credited to be based on a novel bearing the same name by Darryl Ponicsan and the screenplay by Robert Towne.
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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Je gardais un souvenir émerveillé de ce film vu à sa sortie. J'avais aimé la sobriété du jeu de Jack Nicholson. En deuxième vision bien des années plus tard, je l'ai trouvé fade sauf la scène du sémaphore, une fin décevante à croire qu'il existe deux versions différentes de ce film. Voilà qui est bien dommage.
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1 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par edith audrey marie elodie gagnaire le 10 juin 2013
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
jack nicholson est minet comme lui meme , il passerais au cigarettes , il en sort moins brutal.

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85 internautes sur 88 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Gets better with each viewing; an overlooked classic 12 janvier 2003
Par C. Heinrich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is one of my favorites, but it's also one of the most difficult movies to describe to people. Yes, it's about two experienced guys in the Navy who are assigned to escort a young charge (whom they don't know) to Naval prison. And yes, they have some fun along the way, knowing how sad the situation really is. But there's an indescribable something about "The Last Detail" that just gets to me on a pretty deep level. First of all, it's the acting. I mean if you ever question Jack Nicholson's talent and depth as an actor, then watch this movie. I beg to argue about who on earth could have ever embodied this role this deeply. I don't think any of the other big and great actors of his time could have pulled it off this perfectly (Gene Hackman, Al Pacino, George C. Scott, Robert DeNiro). Also, Otis Young and Randy Quaid are pitch-perfect in their roles as well, though the movie clearly belongs to Nicholson. This is a GREAT PERFORMANCE!! It's the definition of one!
But in addition to the acting, the photography of the film is brilliant. It captures the times and places in a rather bleak yet very haunting way. The guys drinking beer in the parking garage in D.C. The three of them pressed into the small hotel room in D.C., along with all those empty beer bottles. Walking a quiet and snowy residential block in Camden, NJ. Walking the streets of nighttime NYC. Playing darts in a bar in NYC. Going to a late night party in an NYC apartment. Going to a Boston brothel. Trying to grill and have a picnic in the middle of a snowy park in Boston! I don't know if it's just my fascination with the time that causes me to find it so darn striking, but it just is. I find these scenes so haunting, and so REAL.
To me, those two things are what make this film so exceptional. The dialogue is also brilliant, as is the complexity of the emotions that are raised by the story. I guess it works on a lot of levels. Just don't miss it, whether you're a Nicholson fan or not. But if you are a Nicholson fan, don't miss out on what is probably his greatest performance!!
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This is the real navy. 6 novembre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
I spent four long years in the navy depicted in this movie. The bleakness, tawdriness, and general sense of third-rate emptiness capture perfectly the true experience of enlisted navy life as I knew it in the late sixties and early seventies. Nicholson plays the quintessential lifer: angry,ignorant, arrogant,full of himself and yet empty at the same time. He prides himself on his hostility and knows no real friends. This movie should be required watching for potential recruits.Forget the slogans and the posters; forget the action, romance, and comedy movies about navy life: this is the real thing! There's another side to the real experience that is captured with wry accuracy in this picture. A literature of profanity, with its unique vocabulary and syntax permeates and finally makes bearable life in uniform. The Last Detail is rich with this twisted art form based on the F-word. Watch the interaction early on between Nicholson and the chief master-at-arms in the transit barracks. They got it just right.
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An Unsung Classic 26 janvier 2003
Par Gary F. Taylor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Directed by Hal Ashby, who made such powerful commentaries on life in America as SHAMPOO, COMING HOME, BEING THERE and the cult-favorite HAROLD AND MAUDE, THE LAST DETAIL offers the story of three U.S. Navy sailors on a toot--and at the time of its 1973 release it was chiefly noted as the most profane film to achieve a mainstream release. The passage of time has dimmed that profanity's bite, but nothing can dim the power of its performances, it's darkly funny story, or the director's bitter vision of both life in the Navy and the urban decay of 1970s America.

Two Navy-lifers (Jack Nicholson and Otis Young) are ordered to escort a young sailor (Randy Quaid) to a military prison, where he will do eight years followed by dishonorable discharge for attempting to steal a charity jar containing forty dollars. Once the trip gets underway, they realize the young sailor is essentially an innocent--and they set out to show him a good time before he is locked away. And their idea of a good time ranges from a bout of hard drinking in a hotel room to a brawl in a men's restroom to an evening with New York hookers. Along the way, Nicholson and Young gradually realize that they are just as much in prison as Quaid will soon be--victims of their own ennui, serving out their sentences in a military that fosts coarseness, frustration, and mindless machisimo as a matter of course.

The performances are excellent throughout. This was the film that launched Nicholson to stardom--but it is also a film that allows us to see what Nicholson could do before he became immured in the trappings of his own fame and collapsed into self-characture: he is every bit as good here as he would be in ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST and CHINATOWN. Otis Young, an actor whose career never quite took off, is Nicholson's equal here, balancing Nicholson's excesses with his no less firey but considerably more commonsense role. And Randy Quaid scores an equally memorable performance as the young sailor, while Carol Kane gives a memorable turn as one of the hookers they encounter in their travels. Watch closely and you'll also discover a very young Gilda Radner as a member of a religious cult.

In spite of the noteriety it received upon release, like many of the best films of the 1970s THE LAST DETAIL has fallen through the cracks to become a largely unsung classic. Fashion changed, and with the advent of Ronald Reagan, the stock market boom, and two decades of heavy-handed materialism Americans abandoned their cinematic realism and social statement in favor of big budget, special effects heavy, and largely escapist film. But the pendulum inevitably swings back, and now that we face serious issues both at home and abroad such films as THE LAST DETAIL are at last, perhaps, beginning to come into their own. Strongly recommended.

GFT, Amazon Reviewer
16 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Maybe our orders will come in 5 décembre 2004
Par Philip J. Brubaker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I can't really say how much I love this movie. It's obvious strength is a powerful and moving performance by Jack Nicholson. Randy Quaid is also excellent. But the script - the lines reveal so much about the characters. The writing is strong enough to be a novel, the breadth is that expansive. I have a few favorite scenes, such as the bar scene and the restroom scene, but there is one that sticks in my throat every time I see this film. At various points in the picture, a cheery march is played on the soundtrack, obviously a sarcastic counterpoint to the inglorious life of an enlisted man stuck in a unforgiving system. Once the three main characters go through their "lost weekend" with the young prisoner, they are in snowy Portsmouth, with only a few precious hours before their charge must be turned over to the brig. By this time, Nicholson's character has developed such a fatherly attachment to the naive prisoner that he will grant him any last wish: even attempting to burn frozen wood on a campground so the three can have wieners. After they eat the hot dogs, there is a slow panning shot of a pristine snow covered park, not a soul in sight. A slow, mournful dirge plays on the soundtrack. It's the end of the line, fellas. The party's over and it's time to face harsh realities. Young charge is gonna be locked up for eight years and you two "mean [...]" are going right back into the love it or hate it lifestyle where your freedoms are few and far between. It's that slow pan, which ends on a shot of Jack Nicholson sniffling in the bitter cold and lamenting to his hard-nosed partner, that the young man whose spirits he tried to lift, will get pummeled and abused for a long chunk of time. It's the fear any parent has about their sensitive child entering the harshness of the world. If you have patience, if you can tell good acting from bad I recommend this film to you.
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Nicholson at his best 9 janvier 2000
Par ChewysTee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Even with a reusume that includes other great films like "One Flew Over The Cucukoos Nest" and "As Good As It Gets", for me "The Last Detail" still remains Jack's best. I first saw this film as a kid working as a usher in a movie theatre. I let my Dad, a former swabby, in and he ended up staying to watch it again at the next show. He told me "If you ever want an idea of what it's like in the Navy, this is it." I have no doubt he was right. I lost my Dad 18 months ago, but I couldn't help but think of him drinking 16 oz. Schlitz with these 3 characters and fitting right in. An excellent movie with a perfect cast, if you don't mind the salty language that matches the characters, watch this film and enjoy! One of my favorites since 1973!
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