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Les Ailes de l'enfer (Con Air), 1 DVD, 111 minutes
La Con Air è la divisione del servizio federale americano addetta al trasporto aereo dei detenuti da una parte all'altra del paese per i motivi più diversi. Cameron Poe, appena scarcerato per buona condotta, viene imbarcato su uno di questi voli. E' atteso dalla moglie Tricia e dalla figlioletta che non ha mai visto e vuole pensare solo al proprio futuro, ma purtroppo per lui si trova a viaggiare insieme ai peggiori delinquenti del sistema penale statunitense. Quando il volo è cominciato da poco, Cyrus Grissom, genio criminale, mette in atto un dirottamento meticolosamente progettato. A terra il sergente Vince deve fronteggiare la situazione e nello stesso tempo impedire di applicare la direttiva dei superiori che vorrebbero drasticamente far esplodere l'aereo. Poe finisce col collaborare con le forze dell'ordine, e riesce ad impedire il massacro totale di poliziotti e passeggeri. L'aereo, danneggiato, cade e rovina dentro un albergo di Las Vegas. Uscito dalle macerie, Cameron abbraccia finalmente moglie e figlia, ma poco lontano, nella confusione generale, Garland, killer psicopatico, è riuscito a fuggire e siede tranquillo ad un tavolo da gioco. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.Voir l'ensemble des Descriptions du produit
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Buckle up for a pure adrenaline rush! As producer Jerry Bruckheimer s explosive hit ‘CON AIR’ detonates onto this Blu-ray Disc. Starring acclaimed actors Nicolas Cage, John Cusack and John Malkovich, this edge-of-your-seat thrill ride soars to new heights in this remarkable format.
A prison parolee [Nicholas Cage] on his way to freedom faces impossible odds when the maximum security transport plane he is on is skyjacked by the 10 most vicious criminals in the country. Experience death-defying stunts and mind-blowing special effects in eye-popping 1080p while jet engines roar and turbulent action rocks your world in 5.1 Dolby Digital 48 kHz, 24-bit uncompressed audio. The excitement takes off and never lets up with Blu-ray High Definition!
FILM FACT: 70th Academy Awards®: Nominated: Best Original Song for "How Do I Live." Nominated: Best Sound Mixing for Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Art Rochester.
Cast: Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich, Ving Rhames, Danny Trejo, Mykelti Williamson, Rachel Ticotin, Colm Meaney, Dave Chappelle, Nick Chinlund, Steve Buscemi, Monica Potter, M.C. Gainey, Jesse Borrego, Renoly Santiago, Brendan Kelly, Jesse Borrego, Carl Ciarfalio, Mongo Brownlee, John Marshall Jones, Ned Bellamy, Fredric Lehne, Marty McSorley, Robert Stephenson, Tommy Bush, Don Charles McGovern, Steve Eastin, José Zúñiga, Jeris Lee Poindexter, Landry Allbright, Angela Featherstone, Don S.Lire la suite ›
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ACTING: The movie also has a topnotch cast. Nicolas Cage, who is a favorite when it comes to Jerry Bruckheimer, is great as Cameron Poe the simple southern boy. John Malkovich steals the show as the movie's antagonist. He plays a serial killer yet adds class to the character. John Cusack plays the good cop who is back on the ground trying to handle the situation and believes that Poe is a good guy. So, you see the characters are pretty much cardboard cutouts, but they work. We have some great support from Ving Rhames, Steve Buscemi, and good ol' Dave Chappelle.
VIDEO: The original release came with a non-anamorphic transfer, which is why this release is appreciated. This release comes with an anamorphic 2.35:1 transfer. The picture is sharp, no signs of any major flaws.
AUDIO:The sound mix isn't the best, it's pretty much the same thing from the old disc, a basic 5.1 Dolby Digital track. It's not as spread out as I'd like it to be, but it's okay.
SPECIAL FEATURES: None. When you have no special features, that's a sign that this DVD's only purpose is to sucker in losers like myself into buying them. Oh well, I enjoyed it and don't mind double dipping for a better transfer.
BOTTOM LINE: They should have just thrown in a featurette or something to at least show some effort was put into it. I feel a little cheated that there is absolutely nothing on this set, especially since the added footage is pretty much crud. For those who don't own it, get this edition. However, if you do own it then don't double dip unless you really liked the movie or if you have a widescreen set that would benefit from the anamorphic transfer. Con Air is your typical mid 90's Bruckheimer actionfest. Nothing here to intrigue your mind, just entertain it.
"Con Air" is a movie that doesn't take itself seriously, and you shouldn't, either. This is a Bruckenheimer movie that is heavy on action and comedy, and light on plot & character development. Yes, most of the movie is absurd, but it is also absurd in a fun way.
The cast is absolutely impeccable, featuring Nicholas Cage, John Malchovich, Steve Buscemi and John Cusack. We even get Colm Meaney as an irate Irish DEA agent - a wonderful touch! The direction is superb, and Trevor Rabin delivers yet another riveting score.
This is a can't miss for anyone who wants to sit back & watch an hour & a half of hilarious mayhem. This is what I would call a guy movie - squared!
This is definitely an older, albeit no less exciting, popcorn movie but doesn't really look like one. The film has legs, and even more important, the quality of the transfer from Standard Def to Blu Ray leaves little to be desired. Despite the relatively low Mbps rate which averaged in the low 20's, there is no appreciable grain to crawl and annoy you. The contrast throughout the film really was excellent and it brought along with it natural and true to life skin tones. Color grading throughout the film tended to be on the soft side as there appeared to be no artificial popping of colors. At no time did I see any artifacts or aliasing in the film and no stair stepping either in the wide angle shots. The video resolution rates a full 5 stars.
Using an uncompressed Dolby PCM 5.1 codec, as this film does, will always produce a more transparent audio field. While your LFE channel gets and excellent workout with realistic bass tones, your surrounds are not left out either. There is plenty of front to rear, rear to front panning which places you in the middle of the action. However, despite the directional use of the front and rear audio stages, the actual audio mix could have been improved as it frequently sounded to my ears as a mash up of all the audio channels rather than discreet one surround foley fx from speaker panning to speaker. Unfortunately, audio often gets the short stick in the editing suite and the same issue was there for the Standard Definition version. That said, it is still an improvement over the previous lossy audio found on the SD DVDs.
The same extras that were included on the SD DVD as well as a couple more that were just ok. Far too many previews of other films make you pay for advertisements rather than donating that disc space to an improved video transfer with a higher Mbps rate and thus even greater video and audio improvement. Great cast in this film.
All my reviews focus on the quality of the Blu Ray transfer and I do hope this review has been of some help to you in deciding your purchase.
Thanks for reading.
A week later the score CD was mine and loved it until I came to realize the horrible cheapness of the package, the pathetic arrangement and the slight running time (not even reaching 45 minutes).
The main Con Air theme is one of my favorite action themes ever and is the perfect anthem for Cameron Poe, the hero played by Nicolas Cage. It's very heroic and determined. As for the bad guy music, well lemme just say that whenever it kicks in you know Cyrus 'The Virus' Grissom is on screen.
Mark Mancina was originally brought on board to score the movie on his own, but 20th Century Fox cut the post-production schedule for Speed 2: Cruise Control in half, which meant that Mancina had to abandon his work on Con Air and quickly begin work on Speed 2 (which came out a single week after Con Air in June 1997), It was exactly this kind of ludicrous scheduling that caused Mancina to quit movie-scoring. But Trevor Rabin came to the rescue for the Con Air scoring duties, and the style and themes of the movie are split evenly between them.
The music on here on this CD ranges from occasional noise to all out action with several awesome themes. The first track opens with the aforementioned grinding, metallic noise. Several tracks contain some wonderful guitar riffs that bring to mind the blue skies, burning sand and white hot steel featured in the movie. Tracks 13 and 16 are also perfect examples of the action/chase music Media Ventures did so well. It's rousing stuff indeed. High class it certainly is not but this CD is toe-tappin', air-punching, heroic fun. But it could have, SHOULD have been presented a LOT better.
As usual with score CDs of the era, it is totally out of chronological order. For those of you who wish to arrange the tracks in the correct order for your MP3 player or I-Tunes then THIS is the correct sequence:
1. The Discharge (01:09)
2. Overture (Main Title) (04:18)
3. Jailbirds (00:59)
4. The Takeover (03:52)
5. Carson City (03:04)
6. Lerner Landing (03:28)
7. Cons Check Out Lerner (01:55)
8. Tricia (01:04)
9. Poe Saves Guards (02:25) - incorrectly labelled as 'Poe Saves Cops'
10. The Fight (00:22)
11. Poe Meets Larkin (01:14)
12. Lear Crash (04:44)
13. Battle In The Boneyard (alternate version) (07:41)
14. Bedlam Larkin (00:49)
15. Romantic Chaos (01:22)
16. Fire Truck Chase (04:22)
17. Con Air Theme (01:31) (Bonus Track, combination of two separate tracks
18. How Do I Live (04:03) (Song by Trisha Yearwood not on the CD, but can be placed here for completists)
A respectable label like La La Land Records ought to seek out the rights to Con Air and release a decent Limited Edition with better sound and better arrangement to make up for this cheap, flimsy 1997 CD.