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Hatfields & McCoys (2012)

Kevin Costner , Bill Paxton  |  NR |  DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (753 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Kevin Costner, Bill Paxton, Matt Barr, Tom Berenger, Powers Boothe
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 31, 2012
  • Run Time: 290 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (753 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0081FSMPG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,424 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Hatfields & McCoys" on IMDb

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Bonded by their oath to the same flag, two confederate soldiers, “Devil” Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) and Randall McCoy (Bill Paxton), return home seeking peace after tireless months of battle. Their expectations are quickly shattered when a murder based on misunderstandings and an illicit love affair trigger warfare between former comrades and their clans. This historic feud teeters on the brink of an all out civil war as friends and neighbors join opposing sides in a rivalry that would ultimately shape American History.

The legendary 19th-century battle between two West Virginia clans that came to define the term feud gets a lengthy and frequently dramatic retelling in Hatfields & McCoys, a six-hour miniseries driven by leads Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton as the warring family patriarchs. Both actors lend considerable gravitas to the sprawling story, which begins with Costner's Devil Anse Hatfield going AWOL during the Civil War, setting in motion a growing animosity with former friend Randolph McCoy (Paxton) that blossoms into full-blown violence over a property dispute between the families. Bloodshed begets bloodshed, due in part to a series of miscommunications, long-simmering grievances, and acts of outright foolishness, several of which are the work of hot-blooded Hatfield relative Jim Vance (Tom Berenger). What emerges from the final work is a portrait of generational murder as a sort of Biblical virus, with the sins of the fathers wreaking untold havoc on their children, including a pair of young Hatfield-McCoy lovers (Lindsay Pulsipher and Matt Barr) whose romance considerably exacerbates tensions. The latter subplot is probably the sole weak element in the miniseries, detracting from the tragic forward momentum of the familial conflict and solid turns by all concerned, including Powers Boothe as Costner's sage older brother and Jena Malone and the always-welcome Mare Winningham as women on the McCoy side. A major ratings hit and multiple Emmy nominee for The History Channel, which made its dramatic project debut with the miniseries, Hatfields & McCoys is a compelling historical drama for both Western fans and non-genre followers alike. The DVD includes a modest, electronic press kit-style making-of featurette as well as a music video for the song "I Know These Hills," sung by Costner and his band, Modern West. --Paul Gaita

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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really, really good August 20, 2012
I had this sitting around for a while and finally decided to watch it. I had heard the first episode was a little slow so I was a little skeptical about that, but I was sucked in immediately and riveted from start to finish. I could not believe I was watching a made-for-TV movie, as it was some of the best acting and storytelling I had ever seen. If you are a person who needs constant video game stimulation then yeah, maybe this is not for you. If you are a person who appreciates great storytelling and brilliant acting, you will love this miniseries.
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435 of 521 people found the following review helpful
The History Channel miniseries "Hatfields and McCoys", directed by Kevin Reynolds and written by Ted Mann and Bill Kerby enjoyed brisk ratings this week. Thus far, this rendering of the epic struggle between two families living in West Virginia and Kentucky is the best one to date. That is not to say that it did not have many flaws. In general, I admired Ted Mann's work on the HBO series "Deadwood", where he created great dialogue for both fictional and real denizens of the South Dakota boom town. The characters in this miniseries also generally speak with a high level of intelligence with only a few hillbilly archetypes thrown in. The acting for this program is outstanding with a few exceptions. Most notably, Jena Malone gets my vote for the worst overacting in the part of Nancy McCoy. However, Powers Boothe, Kevin Costner, Mare Winningham and Bill Paxton all turn in solid performances. For his portrayal of "Uncle Jim" Vance, Tom Berenger is the standout in this cast. As with most Hollywood versions of significant historical events, the writers and filmmakers feel a need to change the truth to suit their plot development. This includes the requisite romantic elements and composite characters. With that latitude in mind, I still found the historical inaccuracies of this television movie to be staggering. Having performed extensive research on the real feud, I would like to point out a number of these for the perspective DVD buyer:

1) The show made a big point about Devil Anse taking unofficial leave from his Rebel Company D during the Civil War. Randolph McCoy also went on unofficial leave soon afterward. So there was no moral high ground there; nor do I know of any historical record stating this caused any ill will between the two men.
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125 of 151 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Little Family History May 30, 2012
By dgdbear
This Mini-Series is still currently running, One episode to go. It has Three really stand out actors to me who do an outstanding job portraying the characters.

Kevin Costner plays "Anse" Hatfield and Paxton plays "Ol' Ran'l" McCoy. This follows pretty strong to the history of the feud while it's still argued what exactly caused the feud to boil to the point that it did, it was another civil war between Kentucky and W.Virginia.

My Soon to be Ex-Wife is a McCoy and boy let me tell you, they really do have some bad attitudes. It's really cool to kind of know some of the family. Proud as can be of that heritage.

I am sure the blu-ray will be great quality as well since the HD showing on History is spectacular.

If you love History grab this and you will not regret it.

Edit: Just finished the series, It was amazing. This has it all, parts that make you cry, parts that make you wanna throw something at the T.V., parts that have you on the edge of your seat. This series is great for anybody fans of history or not.

Edit: As someone mentioned to me, I left out some of the other Actors and Actresses that are deff worth mentioning, Tom Berenger play Jim Vance and at first it took me by surprise when I finally realized it was him, he player the role amazingly.

Mare Winningham played Sally McCoy and hit it spot on, it was almost to good, it was hard to watch this character at times.

Lindsay Pulsipher also stood out as Roseanna, the plot between her and Johnse was almost to heart breaking to watch and she played the heartbroken woman perfectly both mentally and physically.

Honestly there are no Actors in this film that did a bad job, Everything came together perfectly.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kevin Costner should be very proud! May 31, 2012
By TeriD
Kevin Costner should be very proud of this accomplishment. One of the best movies I have seen in a very long time. I watched the entire series on History Channel, but am purchasing for my video library. Wonderful!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "They're famous...for killing each other." June 1, 2012
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It is said that the feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys made it so that one name cannot be said without the other. Starting at the end of the Civil War, and bringing the states of Kentucky and West Virginia close to a war of its own, the events of that bloody conflict have left their mark on American history. Now, the History Channel ventures into scripted drama for the first time with the miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys," an intense, character-driven film that looks at the price of feuding.

What really drives this four-hour plus film are the outstanding performances by the cast, which works from a powerfully-penned script. Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton do brilliant work. You do not really "like" either character in the traditional sense of the word, but you definitely find them fascinating, and cannot help but enjoy the powerful work these two do. The supporting cast is fantastic as well, really finding the human drive behind these real-life characters.

The filmmakers have also done a brilliant job of bringing 19th Century Appalachia to life, through the beautiful cinematography, set design, and even the music of the period. John Debney and Tony Morales' score is haunting and wonderful to listen to when set to the imagery. Even though the film was shot in Romania, you cannot help but feel as if you are in the Tug River Valley of West Virginia/Kentucky in the mid to late-1800s.

Overall, "Hatfields & McCoys" is a brilliant, powerful and dramatic look at this dark time in the Appalachians, when a quarrel between two families escalated into a blood feud, with innocent lives taken down along with the guilty. If you love historical drama, westerns, or great film, then you are sure to enjoy this series!

Grade: A
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