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  • Actors: Michael Caine, Tobey Maguire
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Miramax Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: October 4, 2011
  • Run Time: 126 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (490 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005DCJ1J6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,095 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Honored with two Academy Awardsr - 1999, Best Supporting Actor, Michael Caine, and Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published, John Irving - THE CIDER HOUSE RULES tells a compelling and heartwarming story about how far a young man must travel to find the place where he truly belongs! Homer Wells (Tobey Macguire - BROTHERS, SEABISCUIT, SPIDER-MAN) has lived nearly his entire life within the walls of St. Cloud's Orphanage in rural Maine. Though groomed by its proprietor, Dr. Larch (Caine), to be his successor, Homer nonetheless feels the need to experience the world outside. Then, while working at an apple orchard, Homer falls for the beautiful Candy (Charlize Theron - HANCOCK, MONSTER) and learns some powerfully indelible lessons about life, love and home. Based on John Irving's best-selling American classic, this critically acclaimed motion picture features a sensational all-star cast including Delroy Lindo and Erykah Badu.

Customer Reviews

This is a good story with great acting.
nathan
It revolves around a young man, Homer (Tobey Maguire), raised in an orphanage by its doctor (Michael Caine) who loves him like his own son.
carol irvin
Just a good movie to sit down and watch.
Carol

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102 of 116 people found the following review helpful By "sprockets" on August 14, 2000
Format: DVD
Just when thoughtful adults despair that Hollywood will never again make movies for them to enjoy, Cider House Rules comes along and gives everybody reason to hope. From its wide, opening shot to its literary ending, this film delivers to its audience an old-fashioned, satisfying, movie-going experience while at the same time focusing on quite a surprising topic: abortion. Framed with Dickensian sympathy for all its characters, Cider House weaves its way in and out of the lives of half a dozen startlingly original people, many of them quite unusual for mainstream cinema. Michael Caine picked up the Oscar (he's a great actor but he's become a kind of beloved pet for middle-aged movie fans) as a drug-addicted humanitarian, yet Delroy Lindo gives the most haunting and complex performance as the black foreman of an apple-picking crew who loves his daughter too much. Tobey Maguire and Charlize Theron make this long film continuously watchable and even warmly sunny despite its repeated turns into dark material, and a gaggle of adorable moppet orphans keep tugging at the heart strings, but not so much you feel abused. A rare modern day classic.
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49 of 57 people found the following review helpful By J. Michael Click on December 3, 2002
Format: DVD
A sensitive and intelligent character-driven film, adapted from John Irving's novel by the author himself, which features truly breathtaking cinematography, a lush musical score, and uniformly excellent performances by a formidable cast which includes Tobey Maguire, Charlize Theron, Delroy Lindo, Paul Rudd, Kathy Baker, Jane Alexander, and supporting Oscar-winner Michael Caine. The main plot line centers around a young man (Maguire), raised in an orphanage headed by a charismatic doctor (Caine), who decides to venture out into the world and learns the hard way that life is not merely black and white, but many subtle variations of gray. While this is hardly a unique theme, the characters in "Cider House Rules" are so exquisitely drawn, and the movie so masterfully produced, that everything which might in lesser hands seem overly familiar appears fresh, new, and distinctive.
The DVD offers a perfect sound and video transfer, and includes a nice selection of "extras", including a documentary on the making of the film, the original Theatrical Trailer, and highlights of the television ad campaign. Overall, the DVD is an exemplary presentation of a bona fide modern classic, and one that's well worth multiple viewings.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 6, 2002
Format: DVD
Director Lasse Hallström joins his formidable talent with novelist/screenwriter John Irving and the results are so pleasantly literate and dramatically satisfying. I haven't read the novel so I can't compare the two but films vs. their novels' comparisions are almost impossible anyway since each media of expression is so unlike the other. For one, film is a collaborative medium whereas fiction writing is a solitary pursuit. Judged on its own, the film works perfectly. It revolves around a young man, Homer (Tobey Maguire), raised in an orphanage by its doctor (Michael Caine) who loves him like his own son.

Homer eventually needs to go out into the larger world and experience what it has to offer. He has had problems with the doctor's inability to see the black and white of right and wrong. In his exposure to the outside world, by working in a Cider House in Maine, Homer too is forced to confront the gray areas inbetween right and wrong. Delroy Lindo, as the crew boss of the Cider House, does a formidable job playing the pivotal character from whom Homer will learn the inexact rules for living his life. Caine and Irving deservedly won Oscars for their work.

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sonny on April 19, 2005
Format: DVD
The Cider House Rules is a compelling film for the very reason that other posters have dismissed it. Its characters are human in that they are fallable. All of the characters are tainted in some way or another by their own actions.

The story follows Homer (Tobey Magiure) on his journey discovering himself outside the orphanage in which he was raised. Dr. Larch (Michael Caine) is an ether addicted, abortion performing doctor who also runs the orphanage. Dr. Larch has taught Homer everything he knows and would like for Homer to be his successor at the orphanage. Homer has never attended Medical School, but Dr. Larch has and insists since he has imparted all his knowledge to Homer that Homer must too be qualified. Homer has other ideas.

Homer leaves the orphanage with a young man and his girlfriend who have come to the orphanage to engage Dr. Larch's services. He sees it as a chance to see the world, and he does, to a degree. He sees two things of note: the ocean and beautiful Charlize Theron. He begins an affair with her while her boyfriend is at war and works picking apples for cider.

The characters here are all wonderfully developed except for the orphans and all of the characters are tainted by some deed they have done. Dr. Larch has many vices, and Delroy Lindo plays a father guilty of incest, Homer falls in love with his friend's girlfriend, and vice versa. But these characters are never absolved for their sins. They are never forgiven. They either have to live knowing what they have done or die with the knowledge that they cannot change it.

There are pieces of this film that are too sweet to mix with the dark tone hovering over it.
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