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Anthony Hopkins reprises his Oscar-wining role as the infamous Dr. Hannibal Lecter in the thrilling prequel critics are hailing as "A Suspenseful Masterpiece!" (Fox-TV) After capturing Dr. Lecter, FBI agent Will Graham (Edward Norton) retires - only to be called back to active duty to hunt down an elusive killer, "The Tooth Fairy" (Ralph Fiennes). Red Dragon is the electrifying, critically acclaimed movie that "returns the series to The Silence of the Lambs form" (Jack Mathews, New York Daily News).
I had just finished the book and didn't realize there was a movie. It is one of the best interpretation of a book to movie I have ever seen. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by F. Denise Roe
Great story and acting. Worth having in your CD/Blu-Ray library.Published 12 hours ago by Richard Roble
Anthony Hopkins' Hannibal is kind of awful in this movie. I can't help but feel he is playing it up for comedic effect.Published 12 days ago by E. Rodriguez
Silence of the Lambs is fascinating because we get to watch a rookie try to stay on to of someone she knew was leagues ahead of her. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Concerned Student
Every bit as good as Silence of the Lambs. Explains so much!Published 18 days ago by Amber L. Doyle
Very good movie
I have always liked Anthony Hopkins and Edward Norton working together
A really good movie, but don't rent it from Amazon. Movie is not complete, video stop before the movie ends, to you won't able to see the end of ten movie.Published 21 days ago by monica Franqui
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Dr.Lecter submits an personal to the National Tattler as a coded message to the Tooth Fairy to kill Graham and his family.
Aug 11, 2007 by Michelle Conway | See all 2 posts
|What is the difference between the Director's Cut and the Collector's...||
Thanks for asking the question, Ms Megan. I've found the answer about the Extras -- you'll see that at the bottom of this post. But I can't find clue one about what the difference is (if any) between the movie itself on the previous DVDs and the version on this "Director's Cut."
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Jan 13, 2008 by ari180 | See all 2 posts
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You know, they should all be uncut.
Mar 18, 2009 by A Hermit | See all 2 posts
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