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  • Acteurs : Robin Williams, Michael Gambon, Joan Cusack, Robin Wright, Robin Wright Penn
  • Réalisateurs : Robin Williams, Michael Gambon, Joan Cusack, Robin Wright Penn, LL Cool J
  • Format : PAL
  • 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.).
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Fox Pathé Europa
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 22 octobre 2003
  • Durée : 115 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
  • ASIN: B0000AKPCC
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Toys, 1 DVD, 115 minutes


A la mort de son père, Leslie Zevo doit faire équipe avec son oncle, le Général Leland Zevo pour continuer de faire tourner la fabrique de jouets familiale. Mais le Général a des idées de jouets guerriers, ce qui n'est pas du goût de Leslie qui va décider de reprendre les commandes par la ruse...

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Par Mareschka le 8 septembre 2013
Format: DVD
Un film qui a tout pour être un grand film! Acteurs, musique, image, scénario, originalité...
Malheureusement peut-être quelques longueurs et, peut-être, un monde un peu trop enfantin pour certains...

Toys est un film qui vous émouvra, grands et petits, qui vous embarquera dans un monde imaginaire au milieu du réel, traitant (mine de rien) plusieurs sujets: l'amour, la guerre, les enfants d'aujourd'hui (-et leurs jeux vidéos), la compassion...

Un bon moment rempli de couleur!!
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Peu de temps avant de mourir, Kenneth Zevo, le propriétaire excentrique d'une grande fabrique de jouets, demande à son frère, le général 3 étoiles Leland Zevo, militaire de carrière aigri et frustré, de prendre la direction de son usine en attendant que Leslie et Alsatia, les enfants de Kenneth qu'il juge trop immatures, soient capables d'en assumer un jour la responsabilité.
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Par Esther Dompnier le 30 décembre 2013
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
le plaisir du monde du jouets ,la critique des jeux violents certes simpliste mais pour le moins très claire,un film à regarder en famille
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Par TWAN le 30 janvier 2015
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
un moment avec un très grand acteur et tout ce qu'il a pu nous apporter!!!!!!. . . . . .
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48 internautes sur 53 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This is one you experience, not watch. 9 février 2004
Par Timothy Karlberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
If some songs are enjoyable more on account of their phonic sound than the actual melody they offer, then Toys likewise, is a film that can be enjoyed more for its sheer imagery than for its none-too-profound storyline. As many critics--even the adoring ones--will tell you, this movie won't be remembered on the strength of its plot. It's an uncomplicated (if also a little thematically-preachy) story of youthful innocense, big-bully intimidation, and then conclusively, of victorious, passive retaliation. And they're all worthy concepts. However, Barry Levinson doesn't make his audiences mull them over during the movie. To the contrary, it's rather difficult to ponder much of anything in light of the devastatingly gorgeous scenery, the brilliantly simple contraptions, and the fairytale-like quality of the characters.
If ever there was a celluloid catalyst for shattering actor typecasts, this was it. Robin Williams' performance reveals a mostly unfamiliar vulnerable sincerity that, frankly, creeped me out a couple times throughout the story. Similarly, you have Joan Cusack at her most delicate and gently-spoken (with exception of course to the laughable observation she makes in regards to war being "the domain of a small..." so on and so forth). L.L. Cool J competently delivers the role of a convincingly clean, wholesome, family-valued military man caught between the warring factions of his own family, represented by a hawk (his own father, played by the appropriately casted Michael Gambon) and the dove (a perpetually juvenile Williams). Robin Wright Penn isn't given much of a stage in Toys, and consequently her performance is less than striking here. But to her credit, she nurses a few otherwise-forgettable scenes (particularly the overtly ad-libbed cafeteria scene with Williams) back to life with her disarming laugh and sincere attention.
The trivia fanatics will keenly spot the underutilized, but aptly included cameos of Yeardly Smith and Jamie Foxx.
I'm not a big movie fan, in fact I rent/buy movies reluctantly. But this one captivated me from square one and it's a hard one to let go of. Incidentally, I highly recommend the soundtrack. It's a musical revelation that does great honor to the film (with an outstanding and uncredited brief performance by the incomparable Seal).
Chances are, anyone who's reading these reviews has already seen the movie; it's not a film that is naturally attracting new audiences this long after its making. However, I'm convinced this was due in monster proportions to the lack of popular exposure that Toys received, both initially in theaters and subsequently in it's video/DVD release. I, for one, happened to see Toys only by dumb luck, and have been grateful for walking into the theater ever since. But the minimal promotion that was afforded to Toys is all right by me. This is one cinematic secret I'm happy to be in on.
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Thank God for the Imagination! 18 novembre 2002
Par Tom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
It is very difficult to believe this film is celebrating its 10th anniversary. TOYS was released in 1992 when I was seven, and I'm still devastated I never got to see the fantastic visuals and hear the utterly warped (yet fantastic) soundtrack ... ah well. This is unequovically my all time favourite film. I can see why TOYS generated such a lot of negative press. 20th Century Fox indeed took a gamble with Barry Levison's pet project and commisioned an enormous (even by today's standards) $80 million budget ... Sadly, it didn't carry the mainstream flag of "big guns, girls and perfunctory screenplay", and hence pulled in a dissapointing $21 million in the USA. Like the controversial Bond film "Licence To Kill", age has proved kinder to this film. I won't go to explain the backbone of the story, as many reviewers have done this already, but I will say, no matter what age you are, there is some mystical magic about TOYS that refuses to subside no matter how much you try and dislike it. Robin Williams gives a typically aloof and sensitive performance (note the similarities to him in Hook), and the support is fantastic. Joan Cusack, Michael Gambon, LL Cool J & Robin Wight Penn all deliver great performances also. Hans Zimmer (Gladiator, Thelma & Louise, Hannibal) gives us a slightly militaristic score and the production design was more than Oscar material.
The real deal though is how all these elements combine to make a dizzying comical farce that is intertwined with a real human backstory. In these modern times, when the world is as uncertain as it has ever been .. it's very comforting to see the subtle anti-war critique that oozes from Robin Williams performance. The pyrotechnic - heavy ending combined with the Frankie Goes To Hollywood tune is sheer masterpiece of NON MAINSTREAM Hollywood. The symbolism really rings out here, a chill still goes down my spine when the bear gets destroyed, and another comes over, as if trying to fix it. However, the Sea Swine is slightly disturbing ...
As the film wasn't a huge financial success, wasn't a "re-imagining" of a better film, and didn't feature lightsabers, Fox has made next to no effort with the DVD. A good quality 1.85:1 anamorphic print brings the scenery to life with a lot more feel than VHS, and the Dolby Digital 5.1 track is well mixed (it should be as it was re-recorded in George Lucas' THX theater) but that's as far as it really goes. Fox includes a woeful featurette that is nothing more than an extended trailer, and the theatrical trailer to round things off. I do hope someday one of these clever DVD production houses, like Criterion do one of their ultimate editions with this film, as how it is made and what is says warrants more than Fox has done here.
If you're still awake and have read this far ... go and buy one of cinema's most influencial anti war pieces! If you have an imagination, you'll agree you never have, nor will, see anything like it ever again.
15 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
I liked it.... 30 novembre 2002
Par Mike Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I was quite surprised to see 48 reviews for this obscure movie. I know it is a "love it or hate it" film, but I have to admit I am in the former group. I first saw this movie while spending the night in a hotel in Garmisch, Germany; and I was so drawn into it I put off dinner (hard for me to do with the excellent food in Germany) until it was over. I can understand why a lot of people are disappointed with this movie, it isn't the normal Robin Williams performance. If you are expecting 'Mork and Mindy' then go rent 'Mrs Doubtfire.' I am sure some are appalled over the fact that there is a message in this movie as well, we want to see robin act like the clown prince, not tell us that violent toys are bad! However, if you can get past those two points, you are in for one of the best abstract movies of the past decade. I am glad a majority of the reviews are in favor of this movie, it may not have made a lot of money at the box office but it is cinematic art.
13 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
"There's a tradition of whimsy here at Zebo Toys." 20 décembre 1999
Par Britt Scharringhausen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I describe this movie as whimsical. That's a nice way of saying that most people won't like it. You're definitely not going to like it if you have no imagination and you expect your movies to make sense. Like any work that strays so far from the mainstream, it's going to go over the top sometimes, but let that slide and enjoy the bits that do catch your fancy.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Outstanding 26 mai 2000
Par Brian Duffy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Robin Williams adds charm to any movie hes in. TOYS is no exception. The sets are surreal, the music is hip and original, and the cast is well selected. Joan Cusack, LL Cool J doing what he should be instead of signing, and others. The movie is rather deep in theme as it tells the story of good against evil. However, knee-slapping humor is impecably weaved through every potentially boring scene. A lover of poetic justice and plain old fun movies will enjoy TOYS.
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