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  • Acteurs : Compilation
  • Format : PAL
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Espagnol
  • 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.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Atelier 13
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 15 mars 2010
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B003C1SPT2
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Dirigé par Edward Bernds Avec : Hugh Marlowe, Nancy Gates Musique : Leith Stevens PLUS : AHEAD OF HIS TIME (24 minutes) USA 1952

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Le dvd ne fonctionne pas, impossible de le mettre en lecture, il revient de suite sur stop et ceci après plusieurs essais. Mon lecteur est, lui, fonctionne très bien, j'ai regardé d'autres dvd après celui-ci. Dommage.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 WWE: The Magic of SF Still Works 9 mars 2002
Par Martin Asiner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
I had not seen WWE for more than 25 years. I remember it as a SF movie that shook me to my core. Even then, most movies did not begin with a framing sequence, but this one had the audacity to place the upcoming action in centuries-jumping sequence that quickly and convincingly landed the actors in the far future of an earth ruined by atomic war. As a child, I had just read, Wells' 'The Time Machine' and I connected the similarities: the handsome travelers (one of whom,by the way, was Rod Taylor, star of the 1960 'The Time Machine);the division of humanity into the intelligent but weak humans who are threatened by the savage Morlocks; the abundance of tall, sexy women who could appreciate Rod Taylor's beefcake (Yvette Mimeux in 'The Time Machine' and Nancy Gates in 'WWE'; and the struggle between the two races of a divided humanity. Still, WWE was more than just 'The Time Machine' reborn. Despite the hokey special effects, it became clear that WWE was not a movie of special effects. The focus was on people adjusting to a colossal change in their lives. The time travelers had to learn to adjust to the loss of their known civilization. The weakened humans had to learn to adjust to a savage reminder of their past in the pistol packing personas of the time travelers. And even the mutated beasts had to learn that with the death of their fearsome leader Naga, a new dawn of human reconciliation had begun. The closing scenes of the unity of pre-war man, post-war man, and mutated man still resonate with me. I could sense that humanity might yet survive the horror of atomic war. WWE was one of the first intelligent post-apocalyptic films to suggest that our civilization need not take the detour that the Mad Max films would later travel.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 fun on many levels! 18 décembre 2000
Par Martin E. Lewitt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo Achat vérifié
I saw this movie once on a Sci-Fi matinee back in the 60s when I was about 12 years old. I was swept away by this vision of the future and the hopeful heroic message of survival and rebuilding after a nuclear holocaust. It became my favorite movie, and although I searched, I never saw it again until this video was released. Now I still enjoy it, and it is a favorite of my three children. Part of what we enjoy is how camp it appears to today and it is educational (we homeschool) to discuss with the children how differently movies are made today, from special effects to how women are portrayed. This movie won't scare young children, especially since you can use rewind and slow/stop motion to get them to notice the spiders are "puppets", and laugh at the protagonists wrestling with them. The improbability and good fortune (for our protagonists) of sickly males and EXTREMELY healthy high heeled females intrigued by red blooded 20th century men makes for campy fun and a male fantasy that transcends the decades.
The production values and casting are good. This should be considered a Sci-Fi classic, that bears multiple viewings, especially since you will HAVE to share it with friends.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Story Trumps Special Effects 8 janvier 2001
Par Reinaldo Lugo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
Unquestionably this is one of the most memorable films I have ever seen. I first saw it on Million Dollar Movie in New York City during the early 1960s and saw it many times during that period. It was probably one of the first science fiction films I ever saw. What I remember most was the mood, the sense of wonder, fear, and hopefullness that imbued the film. It placed human beings firmly in the center of their world, able to deal with whatever hardships history dealt them. The special effects were so few they might as well have been nonexistent. Even today when I see it I still get chills during the final scenes, especially the one showing the children of the advanced humans (once sickly and dying but now healthy) playing with the children of the mutant humans. The video could use a re-release in wide screen since there are obviously scenes when characters are speaking out of sight. I recommend this movie highly to one and all.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The years don�t erase the magic 10 septembre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo Achat vérifié
WWE has been one of my favorites since I first saw it at the age of 12. When I saw it for the first time in a movie theater in 1956, it seemed awesome. Time has reduced this time-travel sci-fi movie to something a little less than awesome, but it's still a wonderful flick. Granted, the special effects and makeup are only average or somewhat less so and the acting sometimes falls short of credibility (as, for example, in the scene where Morees strikes Timic's daughter). But the magic is in the music. Somehow, the score, which ranges from the deeply eerie to heights of almost cosmic beauty, conveys a mood throughout that's a mixture of overwhelming tragedy and soaring hope--the very elements that make up this story about the fate of a nuked humanity. If you're a sci-fan, you owe it to yourself to buy this one. The cold war may be over, but the threat of nuclear holocaust is still very real.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I hope my future descendents don't wind up like these wimps! 5 septembre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
This appears to have been a fifties sci-fi film made on a better-than-average budget with its cinemascope and color. There were a plethora of science fiction flicks made back in this decade, but the vast majority of them were filmed in cheapo black and white. A twentieth century manned space probe destined for Mars gets caught in a time warp and lands back on Earth in the year 2508. A devastating global atomic war has decimated the planet's population to a handful of survivors belonging to one of two major groups. One group comprises physically-mutated individuals who have culturally retrogressed back into stone age savages while the other group retains their normal physical appearance and social stature. Unfortunately, the savages in their warlike ways dominate the land on the surface while the normal people are forced to take refuge underground. The members of the space probe go underground with the civilized group and are appalled to see that while the women are vivacious and beautiful, the men are pacifist, impotent wimps. Rod Taylor and company do their best to stir up this group's men by reacquainting them with weapons and psychologically stimulating their self-esteems. In this film, it takes men from the twentieth century to put civilized mankind back on the right track. Although the plot and the screenplay aren't really the greatest, this film is still fairly entertaining to the average science fiction junkie. This movie might do well as an early Saturday afternoon matinee or fill-in for rained-out baseball games in the summer.
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