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Attack of the Killer Tomatoes [VHS] [Import USA]

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  • Acteurs : David Miller, George Wilson, Sharon Taylor, J. Stephen Peace, Ernie Meyers
  • Réalisateurs : John De Bello
  • Scénaristes : J. Stephen Peace, John De Bello, Costa Dillon, Rick Rockwell
  • Producteurs : J. Stephen Peace, John De Bello, Mark L. Rosen
  • Format : Couleur, NTSC, Import
  • Studio : Walt Disney Video
  • Date de sortie VHS : 8 septembre 1995
  • Durée : 83 minutes
  • ASIN: 6303441343
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Tomatoes gone wild consuming unsuspecting humans. Can our government find a solution before it is too late? And will that solution be worse than the red minus?

This is a high budget film but they pocketed most of the money so it would not be pretentious. It was filmed in San Diego, California; this will soon become the location of the avocado jungle of death. Many great actors wanted to play the main parts but they were turned down so that they would not out shine the tomatoes; David Miller got the position of Mason Dixon

This film is so innovative that you will see the themes used over again in many movies to come such as "Mars Attacks." Notice how real the media interviews are; they look just like what you see on TV News today, as they brow beat the victim. And how many times have you see the use of sophisticated music to squelch the savage beasts?

While watching this film a co-watcher took advantage of the situation and snuck up behind to roll tomatoes past me.
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HASH(0x92714b94) étoiles sur 5 Meeting Expectations 29 juin 2001
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Format: Cassette vidéo
What so many people don't realize is that Attack of the Killer Tomatoes was made to be bad. It was written as a cheesy satirie of a silly genre of films. I think it achieved that. The expectations were met. There are two classic scenes: The Japanese scientist being dubbed and the slow speed car chase. They both stand out in my mind. A bit of trivia: The helicopter crash early in the movie was real. They didn't plan on it crashing, but got it on film. Nobody was hurt, but the helicopter was obviously destroyed. Jack Riley (the future Mr. Carlin on the Bob Newhart Show) was in it when it crashed.
Finally: The guy in the Arab outfit in the final scene was me. I wonder why my career didn't take off after that? Oh, well.
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HASH(0x92734c6c) étoiles sur 5 Great--BUT!! WARNING!!! Don't buy Director's Cut! 9 octobre 1999
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This movie is a classic goofball flick: you'll love it or hate it. I love it!
I am mainly writing this as a warning about the "Director's Cut" version of the film that Disney released. Viewers should be warned, this is not good! It's true that a cut scene or two is added back in...but the payoff isn't worth the price. The movie is interrupted several times for comments from the director!!!!! And they cut out the Advertising song!!!!! ("They sell, they buy, and only I know why!") Try to find a full copy, the restored scene is feeble, and isn't worth the interruptions and loss of the terrible, terrible song.
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HASH(0x92871354) étoiles sur 5 A worthy cult classic 11 septembre 2004
Par therosen - Publié sur
Format: DVD
No sense in making fun of the script - the plot couldn't possibly work. No sense making fun of the special effects - you can see the wheels on some of the tomatoes. No sense making fun of the music - it'll only come back to haunt you in the late hours.

Somehow the over the top kitsch makes this movie a classic. You have to laugh. And watch it again and laugh some more. And watch it again making up drinking games as you go. No wonder it's become a cult classic.

Not a classic quality movie, but a prime example of excellence in the B-cult genre.
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HASH(0x92858db0) étoiles sur 5 Funniest movie EVER. 1 décembre 2005
Par Michael Valdivielso - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This movie was designed to make fun of every monster movie, every horror movie, every bad B-movie ever made. Along with the tons of humor there are also some serious messages about journalism, commercialism, and politics. But mostly it is about giant tomatoes, song and dance numbers, old fashion cars and characters nobody cares about.

You'll never look the same way at a fruit again. No wonder it had so many movie AND cartoon spin offs. Great theme song!
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HASH(0x93e1ad80) étoiles sur 5 "Pretty classy, huh?" "With a capital K" 2 octobre 2008
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Format: DVD
The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (AotKT) is an absolutely hilarious, cheesy, awful (in a good way) movie that makes it fun to watch. The humor comes before similarly classified "bad" movies such as Airplane, but the style works quite well. It takes a seemingly ridiculous ideas of killer tomatoes and makes it into an over-the-top adventure. Many people will probably call it stupid. I'd agree, but that's what makes the entire film hilarious to watch if you share this kind of humor.

For those trying to decide between the two editions, the "25th Anniversary" edition contains no extras, except for the trailer. I'm glad I went for the the "Special colletor's edition," because it's full of lots of good things:

-A duplicate of the original movie poster, 15" by 21"
-Commentary on the movie (with John DeBello, Steve Peace, and Costa Dillon)
-The original 8mm AotKT film (with commentary)
-The 8mm film that inspired the AotKT film
-Sing-Alongs for all of the songs in the movie
-Deleted scenes (with commentary)
-Interviews with the cast and crew, exploring the legacy behind the movies
-"Where are they now?" featurette
-Tomato trivia, information on props and production design

Altogether, it's a pretty nice package that fits onto one disc. I wasn't expecting the poster to be included, which I thought was a really nice touch, and even had it framed. I'd highly recommend this for any AotKT fan.
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