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Jacob's Ladder [Blu-ray]

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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Tim Robbins, Elizabeth Peña, Danny Aiello, Matt Craven, Pruitt Taylor Vince
  • Réalisateurs : Adrian Lyne
  • Scénaristes : Bruce Joel Rubin
  • Producteurs : Alan Marshall, Andrew G. Vajna, Bruce Joel Rubin, Mario Kassar
  • Format : AC-3, Dolby, DTS stéréo, Cinémascope, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région A/1 (Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.)
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Lions Gate
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 14 septembre 2010
  • Durée : 113 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.3 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B003TRMLM6
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 85.734 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Attention aux zones : j'ai acheté ce Blu-Ray pour un ami français - vivant en France - et celui-ci n'a jamais pu le lire...
A moins de "dézoner" une de ses consoles, ce qu'il ne fera pas. Donc film très bien (je le connais), mais attention au support que vous choisissez...
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un scénario d'une diabolique intelligence, d'une rigueur rare. Cela peut prendre des années pour écrire un scénario aussi abouti!
Excellente interprétation, sublime photo, parfait montage, très belle musique de Maurice Jarre.
Un film aussi complexe que la structure des rêves et ainsi composé de retours en arrière, de fuites en avant, de réel, d'irréel, de surréel : des détours savamment organisés permettant au personnage principal, aux derniers instants de sa vie, de découvrir et comprendre les vérités qui lui ont été dissimulées, de rompre avec les sources de culpabilités, et ainsi, comme chacun de nous, de faire la paix avec lui-même, cette ultime condition pour accepter et accéder à sa mort. La thématique du film n'est pas sans nous rappeler « Le sixième sens » avec Bruce Willis. L'histoire au premier degré: guerre du Vietnam, un soldat américain est criblé de balles par son meilleur pote de patrouille, puis est transporté à l'infirmerie la plus proche où il décède. Le film en temps réel constitue ses derniers moments de vie où il va découvrir comment la CIA a donné l'ordre de dissimuler dans leur nourriture, un hallucinogène ultra puissant censé renforcer leur combativité. La CIA a omis de prévoir que les soldats en arriveraient à s'entretuer entre eux, ni que des séquelles dramatiques interfèreraient sur leur vie quotidienne dans l'hypothèse où ils sortiraient indemnes de la guerre. Inspiré de faits réels.
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Aaargh ! Je n'ai pas fait attention en achetant le film. L'échelle de Jacob en import US est zoné, donc impossible de le voir en Europe... Bizarre ! Y a écrit Studio Canal sur le boitier !!!!!!
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9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 ... it comes to psychological films it doesn't get much better than Jacob's Ladder 13 décembre 2014
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When it comes to psychological films it doesn't get much better than Jacob's Ladder. Though the movie has divided critics and viewers alike it has become a classic and is quite infamous for it's hospital scene, and for being the inspiration for the Silent Hill franchise. It's easy to see why many people simply won't sit through it as it is far more complex than the average Hollywood movie. Jacob's Ladder has symbolism all throughout it and takes multiple views to fully understand it's vast scope.

The script was floating around for a number of years before the right people began to take notice and see the potential, and that this is a story worth being told. It's a journey into the human mind and it's about coming to terms with life and death. It even boasts a young Macauley Culkin in an uncredited role as Jacob's son, along with great supporting roles by Elizabeth Pena and Danny Aiello. With a fantastic performance by Tim Robbins, a great script, and some horrifying imagery, Jacob's Ladder is a deeply satisfying and memorable film that will stay with you for a very long time.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The ladder is harsd to define... 12 octobre 2014
Par Endora Aphrattos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This is a wonderful film. A man experiences the weirdness of the afterlife after being Stabbed during the Vietnam War. Resisting paranoia and delusions under which he struggles constantly. He tries to make sense of the mystery and uncover th3es secrets around him while holding on to his sanity. Clues and enlightenment are in the strangest places, and revealed at the most unexpected times. Despite what this films description may say it is NOT SUBTITLED in ENGLISH but is in SPANISH and is CC in English. It has numerous special features which ARE NOT.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Was It A Flashback Or A Flashforward 16 novembre 2008
Par prisrob - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
"With fellow critics, I got involved in a conversation about the underlying reality of the film. Was it all a flashback - or a flash forward? What was real, and what was only in the hero's mind? Are even the apparently "real" sequences the product of his imagination?" Roger Ebert

My best friend urged me to view 'Jacob's Ladder' after we had discussed philosophies of life and death. I remembered reading about Jacob's Ladder from the Bible 'Jacob's vision in which he saw a stairway from earth to Heaven with angels descending and ascending.' Little did I realize that this film was the reality.

This film is not like anything I have ever seen. It is a viscerally frightening film that kept me on the edge of my seat. It opens with a scene in the Mekong Delta. Jacob Singer, as played by Tim Robbins and his squadron of soldiers are seen joking about human existence. Minutes later, all hell breaks loose, explosions, convulsions, and jerky hand-held camera movements. And, then we move to the subway where Jacob is reading Camus and frightening, exotic and dangerous events occur. Jacob works for the post office and this must be the anchor of his daily existence. Taking stock of Jacob's existence it seems. I sat right on the edge of my seat while viewing this film and feel this is an analogy for the film- right on the edge, between madness and sanity. Elizabeth Pena plays Jacob's girlfriend and is she the piece that holds sanity together? The film is really about coming to peace with one's life or death. What really happens during those last few moments of life? Once in your head, Jacob's Ladder is there for good.

Louis, Jacob's friend and doctor says it best: " Eckhart saw Hell too. He said: The only thing that burns in Hell is the part of you that won't let go of life, your memories, your attachments. They burn them all away. But they're not punishing you, he said. They're freeing your soul. So, if you're frightened of dying and... and you're holding on, you'll see devils tearing your life away. But if you've made your peace, then the devils are really angels, freeing you from the earth."

Devils or Angels, which is it? Do we have a choice?

Highly Recommended. prisrob 11-16-08

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Where the Hell is Jacob? 5 avril 2013
Par Scrimshaw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Jacob's Ladder, is quite possibly the most original horror film I have ever seen. It's definitely a mystery, but with enough dark and disturbing elements to elevate it to the level of horror, very psychological in essence. It follows a man named Jacob Singer (Tim Robbins) who is living in New York City after being discharged from Vietnam with a Hispanic woman named Jezzie. He suffers from bizarre frightening hallucinations and strange flashbacks to his time in Vietnam and before, focusing on his life with his family and especially his son Gabe, who died before Jacob was deployed to Vietnam. The film itself is very confusing, especially seeing it for the first time, and don't be surprised if you don't know what the hell is going when you watch it. I know I sure didn't although by the end I had a better understanding of it, but I will definitely need to watch it again to fully understand this film, no doubt about it. Suffice it to say, I was in no way expecting it to end like it did, and I was thoroughly pleased how unpredictable it turned out to be. With all of his visions of demons and talk of hell I thought that Jacob had died in combat in Vietnam and was now living in hell and unaware of it, along with his fellow soldiers who had also died and were unaware. In the end though, I am glad that I watched this film, it was quite an experience, not to mention creepy and disturbing as hell, no pun intended. In the end though it impressed me, and I would greatly recommend this to anyone who's tired of those cliched slasher, gore, haunted house, and exorcism films that Hollywood churns out by the dozens nowadays. Watch Jacob's Ladder a truly original and thought provoking horror experience!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 American Masterpiece. 12 janvier 2008
Par Crank - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This is one of the most underrated movies ever, and that is why I am taking the time to give a short review. I have watched over a thousand films and this is in the top 100. I adore the acting, the direction, set design, and most of all the wonderful script.

Loving care was given to this film by Adrian Lyne and written by Bruce Joel Rubin; you can see this love in the beautiful opening shots of vietnam to the masterful effects and cinematography; each actor exists firmly in our reality, despite the creepy script. They all need each other, and the direction for each involving scene is quite immersive and satisfying. The soundtrack is very pretty but sombre and sad at times. Nothing ever shows a hint of any weakness.

The TIME review in particular is so far up its own bum that I am angry at the fact this film is so mistreated by these 'professionals'. As if it is more cliche than something like Saving Private Ryan, for all its astounding splendor, the actual movie wasn't even that well tied together. This movie is tied very tight with resounding themes about dream, angels, demons, and what war means for the living and the dead. You will find that for every weakness you look for in this movie, a strength outshines it by tenfold. I cannot say enough about the acting, FROM EVERYBODY, and how this 1990 movie just doesn't feel dated, at all, and you would almost expect that from a supernatural thriller of this type. It just proves that 'they' are not making movies like this anymore in Hollywood's non Indie scene.

Anyway, despite my overwhelming hatred for petty and contrived reviewers, don't listen to the bad ones, they mean nothing. The NY Times and Roger Ebert have fair and balanced reviews of this film, scoring around 90 on the Metacritic. Read them, but watch the movie first. A true American Classic.

The Bluray is fair to good. A good amount of detail is kept for this release. It's grainy and the bitrate is stuck around an average of 20, which is adequate but barely, and this allows for decent peaks but an image that definitely is softer. It's certainly never sounded or looked better. The film is five bucks on sale and you should do yourself a favor and get it.
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