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  • Actors: Ray Liotta, Emilio Rivera, Joel Mathews, Raymond J. Barry
  • Directors: Waymon Boone
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: March 12, 2013
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AJXO5B8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #404,291 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    After serving a brutal tour of duty, veteran soldier Thomas Conrad (Joel Mathews) is looking forward to a peaceful life at home with his family. But a drug cartel’s ruthless enforcer (Emilio Rivera, Sons of Anarchy) has other plans for him. Thomas is kidnapped, tortured and given a gun-point ultimatum: Help smuggle a fortune in drugs across the border…or see his innocent wife and daughter killed. Now, he must rely on former Navy SEAL Bruce Michaels (Ray Liotta, Goodfellas) to help bring an end to this family’s nightmare.  With everything on the line, it’s a race against the clock in this pulse-pounding action thriller.

    Customer Reviews

    This movie is really bad.
    wigout
    The useless torture, the girl on the street being killed. some idiot kid acting like he was also a prisoner was stupid.
    TJ-STL
    His performance was just terrible.
    Compay

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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 22, 2013
    Format: DVD
    From its muddled chronological structure to its convoluted and confusing resolution, THE DEVIL'S IN THE DETAILS is one big mess. Most of the film is an exercise in torture and the rest is an assortment of unrelated scenes. I wouldn't recommend this bomb to anyone.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Compay on April 7, 2013
    Format: DVD
    Few movies start out with as much promise yet failure to deliver as The Devil's in the Details. What could have been a memorable film with a veteran cast of actors is instead a massive disappointment.

    The Devil's in the Details tells the story of a soldier struggling with PTSD, kidnapped by a drug cartel in an attempt to use his family to help smuggle drugs into Mexico. Combat veteran Thomas Conrad is tortured as his wife and child are held hostage, while everyone's fate depends on the cartel's tasks being performed on schedule.

    The only good news about this film is that is features a variety of experienced actors. But that's not enough to redeem all of the problems that plague what had the potential to be a memorable crime thriller. As for the bad news, there's plenty of it.

    The movie involves a number of flashbacks, but unlike Slumdog Millionaire or Pulp Fiction, the non-linear approach doesn't do much for this film. It's filled with tiring dialogue and scenes that seem to go on forever. To distract you from the pointlessly long scenes, the camera is always panning around, and there's too much atmospheric background music. Most of the action is off-screen until the movie is almost over, and the torture is unnecessary considering the cartel's hostage plan can work without it. The ridiculous coincidence of what Conrad's family members do for a living is already hard to swallow, let alone the pointless complicated smuggling plan.

    Raymond J. Barry and Ray Liotta bring some talent to the film, but are totally underused. Emilio Rivera steals the show as the devilish kidnapper, but sadly his performance will go unnoticed since this film will get little attention.
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    I am forced to give this one star since there is nothing lower. -2 stars might be better. The acting, thje weak plot by only one or two movie "greats" did little for the movie. The useless torture, the girl on the street being killed. some idiot kid acting like he was also a prisoner was stupid. I am unsure but I think the twist was that his brother and sister were actually competing big time drug dealers and all this show was to get them to turn over their stash to save Conrad's life. Was the ending out of focus shot telling us he got back together with his wife and daughter/ What did the father tell the shrink that make him go to some unknown house and kill two of the remaining bad guys? One star was a gift.
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    By Shidevil on January 12, 2014
    Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
    Loved this flick. It's not the best film ever made, but the story is pretty bad ass and the acting is very good. For a lower budget film, it hits all the marks and I always love Ray L. Good stuff!
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    By Kakky Lane on October 28, 2013
    Format: DVD
    I really liked this movie. I don't know why people are not seeing Joel Matthew's performance as I was. He was quite good and believable, I felt he was being tortured and felt his angst at not knowing what was going on & fear for his family. I hope to see more of him. The script failed mainly at the end with the "it wasn't really what you thought it was, but it was still a pretty bad situation reveal."
    Could Brad Pitt have played it better? Maybe, but he would have been given a free pass because of his name.
    I'm glad to see an unknown get a chance. Ben Affleck is often more wooden, in my opinion, though I do like him a lot.
    His family, acting mainly through voices on the phone were also highly believable, I felt their fear as well. I wanted to punch his Dad & his brother-in-law.
    Make up wise, they made mistakes by having Thomas's face too clean after being tortured & the blood was too bright from older stab wounds, if it was that bright, he would have bled out.
    Ray Liotta was superb as always, I would have liked his scene with the hostages played out.

    After the movie I immediately searched Joel Matthews online to find more of his work, I hope he keeps at it, he will only improve with time.
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    The Devil's in the Details was very, very INTENSE, yet at the end not sure of what happened to Thomas family, except for the wife and daughter. Father was not shown alive, Sister was not shown what happened to her if it was true or not what Bill told him and the Brother not sure if he allowed the van to cross the boarder. Good movie up until the end, as it left you with way too many unanswered questions. Give us a solid ending for this type of movie or it leaves us asking why and what happened really.

    I rented this but it is not a keeper in my collection of movies, I am glad I saw it but will not buy. This movie could of been great with a ending that made sense to show what really and truly happened to Thomas family.

    The acting was superior with Ray Liotta was great as Dr. Robert Michaels, Emilio Rivera a true great actor as the thug conman Bill Duffy and Joel Mathews the victim, as Thomas Conrad was the lead and star of this movie and has a future with better pictures with an ending that makes sense.

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