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  • Actors: Ryan Carnes, Isabella Rossellini, Cameron Goodman
  • Directors: Paolo Barzman
  • Format: Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Vivendi Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 7, 2010
  • Run Time: 175 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003Q7B7BU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,054 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Phantom" on IMDb

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Chris Moore (Ryan Carnes) is an urban daredevil who gets his kicks from racing across rooftops. When a secret organization approaches him with proof that he is actually the son of a legendary international crime fighter called The Phantom, he is thrust into a world he never knew existed- a world of exotic islands, secret lairs and a heritage that borders on royalty. Re-imagined and re-loaded, the classic superhero is upgraded for the 21st century with a new, state-of-the-art costume and a newly formed rivalry against some of the most techno-savvy villains to ever terrorize the world! It's explosive action and nonstop adventure from start to finish as The Phantom comes to life.

Customer Reviews

Very fast paced and interesting how the story evolves.
L. Lester
First part just short of BORING, second part was ok, but lacked something, like entertanment ?
Christopher Beck
Not everyone will like this movie, but I enjoyed it because it came from the comic book era.
Blue Moose

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61 of 72 people found the following review helpful By D. McAndrew on July 5, 2010
Format: DVD
Kit Walker has come of age but before he can take up the challenge of becoming the 21st Phantom, his adoptive parents have to bite the dust.... The PHANTOM saga continues in this almost 3 hour two-part television mini-series movie with Ryan Carnes playing the legend. Compared to the long history of dozens of Tarzan films, it has always seemed a Hollywood anomly that the Phantom had to date only rated ONE serial, ONE feature film and an animated TV series. Finally we are treated to another visualisation of the GHOST WHO WALKS legend, but a somewhat disappointing one at that. A pity that lessons of the past still seem to not have been learned. Pause for a moment to consider another film legend - The Lone Ranger who has appeared in a couple of serials, a long running TV series and several movie adventures. The original TV episodes with Clayton Moore are fondly remembered and his two cinema adventures remain very popular with fans especially the first Lone Ranger film which was almost non-stop action with our hero besting the bad guys but only after Tonto was almost strung up and the Lone Ranger had recovered from being shot. I mention this because many years later Hollywood tried to revive the legend with an updated Lone Ranger film that was a third of the way through it before our hero appeared in his traditional blue outfit accompanied by the unforgettable strains of the William Tell Overture allowing fans to finally stamp their feet with approval. But at the end of the day, fans berated the producers for a boring film with far too much delay before our hero appeared. Fast forward to the current Phantom adventure. Guess what - our hero does not appear in full uniform and chasing the bad guys until part 2 - YES - THAT'S NOT TILL AN HOUR AND A HALF INTO THIS PRODUCTION !!! (Yawn, yawn, yawn.Read more ›
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. Haynes on February 5, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Very disappointed in this movie. Why do modern schmucks feel they have the right to take classic characters and change them beyond recognition? Ever since Tim Burton's Batman most superhero costumes are all black or non-existent, this one is both. How would the new Phantom continue the legend of, "The Ghost Who Walks" without the uniform? The concept of the super-powered suit isn't all that bad, the Phantom did add new technology to his arsenal as times changed, but make it look like the Phantom. When the classic suit in the case was revealed I thought, "COOL" the new Phantom character ridiculed it. I'll take the Zane version over this junk any day.
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By G. Robinson on September 3, 2010
Format: DVD
I wont be buying this film as I saw it on tv and was quite disappointed.Why do we have to "upgrade" characters like the Phantom, The Lone Ranger,Wonder Woman etc.? In this version why does Kit Walker wander about the city with his coat wide open so everyone can see the skull buckle on his outfit? At least the real Phantom had natural strength ( of 10 tigers : old jungle saying) and didn't have to enhance it with an electronic suit.Why does Guran have to be a woman? No offense meant towards women but Guran has always been one of the Pygmy Poison People.Why change that?Lets hope someone will make another film like the Billy Zane version.Please don't turn this new Phantom into a series.Phantom?What Phantom? He may as well be another X-man.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. A AMIN on July 26, 2010
Format: DVD
The series is decent in that it sets up the possibility of a decent future show. The mini series on Syfy was 4 hours long. It took about 1 1/2 hours to even get to the Phantom. It setups nicely as to why he is the Phantom and who the bad guys are. It pays homage to the history of the Phantom as well. If you would like a modern Phantom this is the show for you, if you have your heart set on the old time Phantom running through the jungles this is not for you. Very modern, I would say the only thing I didn't like was that the new suit in the show appeared to be mostly black with very little purple. Looks like they may have corrected that at least according to the box art of this DVD.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. J McCulloch on September 1, 2010
Format: DVD
I wasn't overly bothered that the story deviated significantly from the old Phantom; a fresh look or new take can improve source material. Unfortunately, this is a horrible flick. The lead is never believable as a hero...he starts as a whiny b*tch and ultimately (after 90 minutes of dragging out his origin) evolves into snarky. The story is often illogical, the pacing is painfully slow, and the acting by the leads is on the level of a high school play. If you are a masochist and want to watch it, view it free the next time its on the Syfy channel or wait a few months and pick it up in the $2.99 discount bin.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Matt32 on January 2, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
After reading the reviews from people who watched this on Syfy, I was frightened. I thought one of my favorite characters was going to be raped by writers who thought they could make a completely awesome new school movie by ignoring the original groundwork. As a huge fan of the Phantom (and someone who loved and still loves the Billy Zane movie) I felt I owed it to myself to preorder the DVD and give it a chance.

I understand the length of the movie. The Phantom is an older character and I see why the makers felt the plot needed to be elaborated on for the newer audience. Great job explaining everything and setting the story. However, I did not like the futuristic skull cave idea. The Phantom was a lone ranger with a very few close friends, not with a full military attack center staff. Also, the suit was a HUGE problem. The Phantom was meant to be a gun slinger, not a SWAT/James Bond/The Hurt Locker hybrid. I would have much rather had the original suit. But good job explaining the new suit. "Your dad didn't like the old suit", simply enough right?

As far as action, there really wasn't any. Nothing to keep you on the edge of your seat. I realize this Kit Walker didn't have his entire childhood to train, but Carnes played a very rough screwball of a character that was learning on the job, I felt a little more polish was in order. No incredible stunts. Mainly this movie is about explanation.

I thought Ryan Carnes being casted was suspect, but he actually put my foot in my mouth. For the part that was written, Carnes pulled it off well and I wouldn't have a problem with him playing a future Phantom because he really seemed to get into the character. Good look for the character and completely capable of playing a role such as this.
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