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This Is Spinal Tap (Special Edition) [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Chazz Domingueza, Shari Hall, R.J. Parnell, David Kaff, Tony Hendra
  • Réalisateurs : Rob Reiner
  • Format : Anamorphique, Closed-captioned, Couleur, Edition spéciale, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Espagnol, Français
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Mgm/Ua Studios
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 12 septembre 2000
  • Durée : 82 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • ASIN: 6305922756
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 154.136 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Disco 1
- Largometraje This is Spinal Tap.
- Tráiler original.
- Ficha artística
- Ficha técnica
- Otros títulos.

Disco 2
- Largometraje Anvil! El Sueño de una Banda de Rock (Sacha Gervasi, 2008).
- Tráiler.
- Ficha técnica y artística.
- Otros títulos.

Descriptions du produit

Imprescindible clásico de culto de los documentales rock. La parodia definitiva sobre la desastrosa gira americana de una falsa banda en decadencia, la banda de rock más ruidosa de la historia, el grupo de Heavy Metal “Spinal Tap”. Hilarante propuesta del director Rob Reiner, protagonizada por los cómicos cine-televisivos y amantes del hard rock: Michael McKean, Christopher Guest y Harry Shearer. Un homenaje a todos los estereotipos de la industria musical de la época, esta inolvidable parodia continúa sin defraudar a lo largo de los años a todos los amantes del rock y el heavy metal con sentido del humor. Un rockumental en toda regla.

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11 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 11 novembre 2002
Format: DVD
"Spinal Tap" est LE film que tous les fans de hard rock, de rock, et de cinéma en général se doivent de connaître. Réalisé par Rob Reiner (qui fit par la suite "Quand Harry rencontre Sally" etc.), ce film est une parodie de documentaire sur un groupe anglais de hard rock sur le déclin au début des années 80. tous les clichés sont présents et vous feront hurler de rire et rejouer indéfiniment les scènes entre amis. Cette version collector contient en outre des scènes coupées (forcément cultes pour les fans), des interviews et autres goodies. A posséder absolument !
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322 internautes sur 351 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Criterion does it again. 4 janvier 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Just about anybody reading this review has probably seen "This is Spinal Tap" as many times as the band has changed drummers. What you really want to know is whether the DVD extras are worth the price. YES. Theatrical trailers about cheese rolling festivals, David St. Hubbins with strait hair in an early short that eventually evolved into the film, Rob Reiner begging people to show the movie in their theaters, deleted scenes that develop and explain the cold sores the band keeps ending up with, and the bloody demise of Janine (well, we can dream can't we?) all this and more can be yours for the low low price of...whatever. Anyway, if you're a Tap fan and you've got a DVD player, get this disc. If you're a Tap fan and you've got this disc, get a DVD player. If you're a Tap fan without the disc or a DVD player, talk your rich buddy with all the cool home theater equipment into buying this disc, then watch it at his place and eat all the potato chips in the house. If you're not a Tap fan, you can get a copy of "The Sound of Music" around here somewhere, I'm pretty sure. I've always thought of Derrick Smalls as kind of a short hairy version of Julie Andrews anyway.
111 internautes sur 121 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Mime is money! 5 février 2001
Par Lynwood E. Hines - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Superb (m/r)ockumentary of the semi-fictitious band "Spinal Tap", made up of Michael McKean ("Lenny", soul mate of Squigy, on the TV series "Laverne & Shirley"), Christopher Guest (actor/director of "Waiting for Guffman"), Harry Shearer (performs voices of 22 different characters on "The Simpsons"), and a random selection of ever-changing drummers. The movie is a tongue-in-cheek parody of washed-up hard rock bands that still think they are God's gift to the universe. The inspired idiocy borders on genius at times, lending weight to Michael's observation that there is a "fine line between stupid and clever".
The DVD is simply amazing. For starters, everything is in character. From the style of the main menu title screen, to the menu voice-overs by the band, and extending through all of the extra material included on the DVD, the personas of the band (and the fictitious director as well) are maintained with perfect consistency.
What makes this all the more amazing is the shear quantity of extras on the disk. For starters, there is about an hour of "deleted" scenes provided. In addition, there are numerous music videos, TV commercials (fake I presume???), and trailers. And as if that weren't enough, there is also a commentary track throughout the entire film with the band members, completely in character, being as hilariously idiotic as they are in the film. The Spinal Tap commentary track is easily the most entertaining commentary in my extensive DVD library.
The DVD medium is put to splendid use as well. Menu transitions are computer animations inspired by some of the film's funniest moments. Each menu plays a different "Tap" song, giving you access to a decent percentage of the sound track. And, just as importantly, the animations are not overdone; the menus are still easy to use, and the transitions only take a few seconds.
Overall, this DVD is a great value, and provides a vast amount of material not available in the VHS version. If you are a Tap fan, or would like to be, you NEED this DVD!
Originality: A
Creativity: A
Complexity/Depth: B-
Relevance/Message: B
Artistic Merit: A
Overall Entertainment Value: A

Transfer Quality: A
Extras: A+
Use of Medium: A
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Smell The Glove 6 mars 2003
Par Barry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
It amazes me that to this day, nearly 20 years later, there are still some people who thought this was real. That Spinal Tap actually existed. It's hilarious. This film is truly one of a kind. It perfectly lampoons the life, success, and downfall of a rock group. The film is shot as a documentary, or as this kind of film is, a 'mockumentary'. It's being done by director Marty DiBergi(Rob Reiner, who also directed and co-wrote the film), who is best known for commercials. He chronicles the life of legendary british band, Spinal Tap. The members of this band include David St. Hubbins(the always great Michael McKean), who is the vocalist of the group. Nigel Tufnel(the brilliant Christopher Guest), is the lead guitarist. Big mustached Derek Smalls(the great Harry Shearer), is the bass player. They started out in the mid 1960's as a mellower hippy/pop type band with songs like "Listen(To What The Flower People Say)". The documentary chronicles that to where they are today. They turned into a long haired, heavy metal group with songs like "Big Bottom", "Sex Farm", and others. The entire film shows their struggles to maintain their career as it appears to be falling down the tubes. Producers won't release their album, concerts are cancelled, no one comes to autograph signings. The inner turmoil within the band is showcased as well. They suffered from we could call, 'the Yoko syndrome', where St. Hubbins' girlfriend, Janine Pettibone(June Chadwick), comes into the picture and causes friction within the group. Throughout the film and interviews, there are concert clips showing the band in glorious action. The film was written by our three stars, and they must have spent time in this world because many musicians have stated the authenticity of it all. Not only did they write it and get it down pat, but these three guys also wrote every song and really performed them. They might not of been a real group, but they could of been. Keep your eyes peeled open for appearances by Billy Crystal, Dana Carvey, and Fran Drescher at a party. Fred Willard and Ed Begley Jr., who have become Chris Guest regulars in his future films, appear here as well. Willard, as he will in the future films, steals every single frame he is in. Ed Begley, Jr. plays the band's original guitarist who died in an awful gardening accident. This continues as a running gag(that always works)thru the rest of the film concerning their drummers. The movie is funny. It's not the kind of comedy that a lot of people will get. Read the one star reviews below for that. It's a type of comedy that is very dry, but also very funny. If you are not in on it, you will not get it or respect it for what it is and is trying to do. Same goes for Guest's future films(Waiting For Guffman and Best In Show). The DVD comes with a great load of cool extras. The three guys, in character, give audio commentary. It's priceless. There is a new interview with Rob Reiner. There is a slew of other special features here. Over an hour of never before seen footage; Theatrical trailers; 6 TV commercials; an appearance on "The Joe Franklin Show"; 4 music videos for "Listen(To What The Flower People Say)", "Hell Hole", "Big Bottom", and one I can't remember the name of. It's a hysterical film that hits on every mark. Definitley the funniest movie about music ever made, and the all time best 'mockumentary'. And once again, just to make sure, this was not a real band. Go ahead and see this. It's one of a kind.
28 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
I have watched many DVD's, but this one takes the cake. 27 octobre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Not only one of the funniest films ever, but the best "mockumentary" about rock'n roll ever made. Every rock band in the world, whether famous or not, will have at one time or another, quoted a line out of "Tap" & got a giggle during rehearsals. The DVD is another story. A dream for all Spinal Tap freaks. Not just commentary by the band AND the director AND hillarious trailers AND the Hell Hole video AND the famous 20 minute "demo" of the movie BUT ALSO over an hour of unbelievable outtakes!!!!! Never has there been a DVD of such quantity & quality. ALL DVD's should be put together like this. Mrs Presley!?
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The Musician's Comedy Is Still A Classic But Worth the Double Dip On Blu Ray? 16 juillet 2011
Par Frederick Baptist - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Comedies in general are a strange lot; they rarely if ever retain their comedic value over time as they age poorly being mostly a sendup or a reflection of the times they were made. There are countless comedies that literally made me roll on the floor with laughter but after subsequent viewings years later barely raised a chuckle out of me. Thankfully there are a few truly classic films from the genre that still retain or even exceed their comedic value over time but these are few and far between. "This Is Spinal Tap" though especially for those who are musicians or who follow the 80s rock scene closely never fails to amuse and this is mostly due to the excellent performances of Guest, McKean, Shearer and even director Reiner who is an excellent comedic actor in his own right. It was also nice to see Fran Drescher putting in a great performance before she achieved worldwide fame as "The Nanny".

Too bad this blu ray release doesn't live up to the quality of its content; the picture quality can be described as only slightly better than standard dvd in too many frames and I have many standard DVDs that look better. There are two discs but the content on the second disc barely reaches 15 minutes in length suggesting they could have just put everything on one disc or they could have added more and better Special Feature documentaries on the second disc. Sadly we get neither here. The sound quality on DTS HD MA 5.1 surround sound is good except for the very irritating fact that when the band plays, the sound level goes up so high but it goes back down again when the dialogue resumes which is very bothersome when you find you have to quickly adjust the volume whenever this transition is made.

Many fans already have this film in various guises i.e. VHS, DVD, LD etc and so MGM/Fox have to ask themselves what would make fans want to double dip? As this release is only a slight if I am being generous improvement to the DVD release I am left extremely disappointed and I now wish I had waited for a worthier blu ray release before double dipping. How about a digibook with much better restored picture quality and a better adjusted sound volume levels for both the music and dialogue parts? This is not the first Studio Canal release that is subpar and I guess I should have known better instead of taking a chance on this release given how poorly other Studio Canal blu ray releases have been in the past e.g. Kurosawa's "Ran".

This is a great comedy that is still very funny today and will probably still be so for years to come but if you already have this on dvd it is not worth the double dip. I recommend you wait for a much better blu ray release unless you don't mind triple-dipping. Don't make the mistake I did.
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