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38 internautes sur 40 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A great anthology! 30 octobre 2007
Par John Lindsey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Our film begins with a prologue directed by John Landis ("An American Werewolf in London", "Kentucky Fried Movie" and "Animal House") pair of friends (Dan Ackroyd and Albert Brooks) who play TV trivia in the car as they drive and also a special scaring contest for each other then our stories begin. In the first story directed also directed by John Landis, a racist business man (Vic Morrow) who gets travled back in time to the 1940's, 1950's and 1960's where he becomes the three races he hates the most and becomes the one being hunted. The second story directed by Steven Spielburg is a gentle tale of a special magical old man (Scatman Crothers) that helps a group of senior citizens at a retirement home to make them young again, the third story is directed by Joe Dante ("Gremlins", "The Howling", "Pirahna") about a traveling school teacher (Kathleen Quinlan) that accidently hits but doesn't injure a young boy as he gives him a ride home where he invites him to stay for a while with his strange family and discovers that the boy has magical powers that can alter reality and make wishes come true. And the final story directed by George Miller ("Mad Max") is a terrying story of a nervous airflight passenger (John Lithgow) that sees a strange creature on the wing of the plane trying to destroy the airplane.

A splendid anthology of horror and fantasy stories from four directors and inspired by the classic TV series by Rod Sterling. The stories except the first one are based on classic episodes from the TV series while the first tale is a very original story, this movie got me hooked into watching the classic TV series and is a great anthology movie in it's own right. In fact, this was Vic Morrow's last movie cause he died during filming and the film is narrated by Burgess Merideth, this is a must have for fans of the series and anthology movies like "Creepshow", "Grindhouse", "Heavy Metal", "Cat's Eye", "Dead of Night" etc. This one of my personal favorites since i was a kid.

The DVD contains great picture and sound quality and the only extra is the theatrical trailer.
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I Love Creedence (ClearWater Revival) 20 février 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
After 20 plus years, TWILIGHT ZONE:THE MOVIE has attained somewhat of a cult following and has maintained a level that it is not too outdated, but did not do the original tv series justice. The movie will be remembered mostly because actor Vic Morrow (tv's COMBAT) was killed during filming along with two children. The first segment KKK is an original entry, directed by John Landis and starring Vic Morrow. It is not too inventive and very predictable. Morrow has made a career of playing baddies from BLACKBOARD JUNGLE to THE BAD NEWS BEARS so he was perfectly cast as the bigot who gets caught in a time warp to experience the suffering of the two groups he hates the most (blacks and jews). There is a segment where he is supposedly in Vietnam which doesn't go anywhere (because the scenes that were to be part of this sequence is where he got killed) but the producers stuck it in anyway. The next segment KICK THE CAN is directed by Spielberg who was continuing his period of working with children carried over from his film E.T. (and would culminate to his work on HOOK). This is a typical Spielberg directed sequence with a standout performance of Scatman Crothers as the instigator who entices the residences of an old folks home to think young again. The third segment ITS A GOOD LIFE is probably the most bizarre taking the original story to a more light-hearted approach. A boy who has the power to make anything he wishes come true while holding his family and townspeople at bay (in terror) was much more scarier and serious in the original tv episode. Director Joe Dante's take on it is more of a cartoon with a surprisingly upbeat and happy ending compared to the original's very downbeat ending. Bill Mumy (tv's LOST IN SPACE fame)who played the boy in the original tv episode makes a cameo appearance in the beginning of the sequence, but the cast (Kevin McCarthy,William Schallert,Lonna Schwab,Nancy Cartwright{voice of tv's Bart Simpson}) who plays the boy's terrorized family is the best part of the sequence along with lead Kathleen Quinlan. Finally, the last (and probably the best) segment, NIGHTMARE AT 20,000 FEET is pretty close to the original tv episode compared to the other two segments. John Lithgow's performance as the frightened passenger who sees a gremlin on the wing of a plane which disappears when he tries to get others to look out the window is equal to that of William Shatner's performance from the original tv episode. The prologue with Dan Aykroyd and Albert Brooks is amusing if not prdictable and the movie as stated still holds up despite its faults. Note: Look for a young John Larroquette in a brief appearance in the first segmnet (KKK).
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Four tales, great actors and great acting 5 août 2001
Par Jeff Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
This movie features four classic stories from the Twilight Zone recreated for the big screen. There are several cameos in each story and a big leading star in each tale. The first story is of a man tired of the racial diversity in the US, where he then finds himself leading the life of a Jewish man in Nazi Germany, a black man caught in the KKK tribe and another. The second is a good story of a retirement home that finds youth in its heart after becoming children again and finding that it is not worth staying young. The third is a twist on the original tale of a boy who's wishes come true as an unknowing women looking for adventure was lured in by the child. The final story is of the Gremlin on the wing of a plane as John Lithgow plays the sole man who sees the monster ripping up the plane. With this performance you can put John Lithgow in an empty room with a window and it would still be just as terrifying from the way he conveys what is out there.
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Come on guys, relax with the comments....... 17 octobre 2007
Par Tom C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
about Kick the Can being too Saccharine sweet and the special effects being outdated. First off, why can't a movie be too sweet? A movie can be too violent, but I don't hear that being complained about too much. The minute a movie shows some type of emotion, Bammm! Everybody jumps on it. I could never figure that out. As for the technology, It's a Good Life was supposed to look cartoonish, so the creatures are cartoon like in appearance. The gremlin on the plane looked very cool and believable. For the people who say this technology isn't believable. Are CGI graphics in movies today believable? To me they aren't. They look like a video game or a cartoon to me when they are supposed to look like real creatures. It's terrible and ruins every movie for me, because while I watch the movie I'm thinking the effects look too fake, I'm not believing this. So I can't see why people are so down with the effects in the TZ movie. I think they were perfectly done and original. So for the people who are down with the effects in TZ, just kick back and relax and enjoy the flick. For those people it may look fake, but that was a time gone by. Unfortunatley for me todays CGI effects will always ruin a movie, because I can always spot it in a movie and know it's a video game not a movie.
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An Entertaining Film Worth Watching With The Whole Family 27 avril 2001
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Format: Cassette vidéo
Let me start by saying that I believe the whole family should watch this film because it is a more recent introduction to one of the best TV shows ever to younger family members who don't prefer to watch anything "old." I am 13 years old now, and I saw this movie when I was 3 or 4.Ever since then I have not cared how "old" the Twilight Zone was,I just cared about how entertaining it was. I have friends who had never even heard of the Twilight Zone before I told them about it,and therefore have missed out on the great experience of watching the Twilight Zone. The prologue to this movie is without a doubt my favorite part of the entire film.It features Albert Brooks and Dan Akroyd as two men driving on an empty rural road late at night.It becomes apparent that Akroyd was probably a hitch-hiker on the road.The two men play trivia games at first,until Akroyd brings up the topic of the Twilight Zone.Akroyd and Brooks remind each other of classic T-Zone episode, which I like to do with my family and relatives late at night.Then Akroyd says,"Do you wanna see something really scary," and that's where the fun begins.The first segment about a racist man who becomes the people that he hates so much is ok, but there was no suspense in it.The second segment, entitled "Kick the Can", was not as good as the original episode.Unfortunately,Steven Spielberg,who directed this segment,originally planned on remaking "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street," but actor Vic Morrow's death made Spielberg decide to adapt a more light-hearted story.The third segment, about a little boy named Anthony who terrorizes others with his strange powers is not entertaining at all.But the final installment blew my mind.The story of a nervous man with a fear of flying who views a gremlin on the wing of his plane is incredible. The scene where he closes down his window so he won't see the wing,only to open the cover to his window and see a creature staring him in the face gave me nightmares for a few years, until I watched the same segment a few years later to realize it wasn't so bad.All in all this is a great movie, but only because the prologue and final segment are wonderful.My final message is,SEE THIS MOVIE!
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