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Product Details

  • Actors: Jennifer Morrison, Matthew Davis, Hart Bochner, Loretta Devine, Joseph Lawrence
  • Directors: John Ottman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 6, 2001
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000541TL
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,038 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Urban Legends: Final Cut" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Making Of
  • Deleted Footage with Commentary
  • Cast/Crew Biographies
  • Gag reel

Editorial Reviews

Amy (Jennifer Morrison), Travis (Matthew Davis) and Graham (Joseph Lawrence) are student filmakers who would love to make it big in Hollywood. But first they've got to survive their last semester at Alpine University, where their thesis films will vie for the prestigious, career-making Hitchcock Award. From the producers of I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER and URBAN LEGEND comes URBAN LEGENDS: THEFINAL CUT, about a contest where the competition is killer - and someone's killing the competition.When Amy decides that the subject of her thesis film will be those contemporary tall tales known asurban legends, one-by-one her crew members fall prey to fatal 'accidents' during the filming. Afterinvestigating and discovering that a sinister hand is at work, Amy must unmask the killer before she, too, becomes an urban legend.

Customer Reviews

Bottom Line: If your looking for a good horror movie, Don't look here.
"happy_boy6699"
I've just watch this movie and it is basically a stupid slasher where film students making the 'self titled' movie ends up getting slashed, shall we say, one by one.
LILyte Review
I really enjoyed the first urban legends movie, but this one I was not impress by at all.
Garrett Yarbrough

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Josh on February 9, 2001
Format: DVD
I don't see why "critics" have given this movie such poor reviews, or why it flopped at the theaters. Urban Legends : Final Cut, to me, was a very good suspense thriller. Although the only connection it has with the original Urban Legend is the security cop Reese (who is hilarious), the movie lives up to be better than the first. Of course, there isn't much originality (It's got to be hard to think of something new after all these teen horrors have been released), but the acting is well done, and the effects aren't the worse in town. Jennifer Morris was awesome as struggling film student Amy. All the other cast members looked as if they really knew where their characters were coming from, and dove right into them. I also liked the way the whole Hitchcockian theme was used. Especially the cute little diddy that happened at the end of the movie. As for the DVD itself, picture and sound quality is excellent, and there is a great amount of supplements (inc. 9 deleted scenes, audio commentary, gag reel, ec.) found on the DVD. Even though some people think it is entirely stupid to recommend this movie, I do recommend it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "joshwinning" on December 19, 2001
Format: DVD
Sequels that surpass their predecessors are a rarity in the movie business. In the words of Randy in Scream 2, "by definition alone they are inferior movies." But does the same apply for non-sequel sequels? Apparently not, for Urban Legends: Final Cut is a truly remarkable film, let alone sequel.
UL2 has a very sophisticated edge which gives the movie a far more adult feel, and John Ottman's direction is on par with the veterans of the genre as he demonstrates a great knowledge of both how to create good scares/jumps, and also how to make the images on screen look good without being too crowded. In truth, the entire movie reeks of visual style, and the settings are beautifully shot. For a low-budget film, it definitely doesn't look it.
All of the cast members are a joy, including Jennifer Morrison - who brings the heroine Amy to life on the screen - and the viewer can't help but like her from the start. There is something very fresh and original (in truth, this can be said about the entire movie) in her performance, and when paired up with Matt Davis the film becomes something very special. Additional cast like Jessica Chauffiel (whose bubbly energy fills all her scenes with a gritty humour), Joseph Lawrence (who is under-used, but makes a good red herring) and Anthony Anderson & Michael Bacall (who play Dirk and Stan respectively, and are hilarious with their geeky one-liners) are all nice departures from the cliched bit-parts of most Horrors. Another nice addition is Eva Mendes, as Amy's best friend, who strays from the typical "heroine's timid field-mouse best friend" cliche as a loud-mouthed lesbian.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alucard on July 5, 2001
Format: DVD
This is easily one of the worst films ever made. John Ottman's bogus entry into the slasher genere is laughable. This film isn't scary, nor does it even come close. The gore isn't even half as bad as many people say it is. There was only two scenes where the gore was somewhat high, and still, it wasn't even that bad, becuase it's really fake and only is on screen for about 3 seconds.
The first UL was an ok movie, with some good suspense scenes. This UL basically says "WE DON'T NEED NO STINKIN SUSPENSE!!!!" and you're left with laughably stupid death scenes that aren't scary. Is it just me, or did the killer look so stupid, it was unbelieved? Not once in any horror film have I sceen has there been a killer that looked so stupid, then in this one, a shmuck in a fencing mask. Even in the first UL, the killer had a somewhat scary appearance. This one, nope, he isn't scary.
Another thing, In a slasher movie, aren't the deaths supposed to be slashings? Well, why don't you tell that to the screenwriters. There's only one slashing in this film, and you can barely see it happening due to shoddy direction. As for the other death scenes, they include a deranged window cil, a camera lens with a vengence , two electrocutions (also hampered by shoddy directing), and a hanging. I didn't care less about what was actually happening in the movie, since it made no sense at all. So, I found myself waiting for death scenes, and since most were drab, that didn't save the movie.
Also, this film blatantly rips off the blair witch project. It's hilarious.
And the killer's motive is laughable. I laughed my way through the pitiful finale. "Those who can't do, Teach!!!" LOL!!!!!!
A rotten screenplay, bad acting, awful directing, need I say more? This film blows, don't waste your time
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Craig MACKINNON on August 30, 2001
Format: DVD
The first urban legend to appear in Urban Legends: The Final Cut is probably the most famous of them all - the story of the person drugged in a bar and waking up in a bathtub of ice without any kidneys. This is also the most gruesome part of the story - like the original Scream, the most graphic death is the first. The film then falls into a fairly standard story - people wander into dark hallways and die, a walking killer moves the same speed as a frantically running victim, and everyone except the central character is a suspect (until they die, of course). Having said that, the movie is fun in its way, and there are some nice nudges to other movies and a tongue in cheek sense of the absurd which, of course, all horror movies are.
The DVD includes a director's commentary from rookie director John Ottman (who is best known as the editor/composer of Usual Suspects and Apt Pupil, among others). The commentary is fun - again, Ottman pokes fun at the genre and his budget, while at the same time praising the actors and pointing out his favourite shots and scenes. The acting is quite reasonable (luckily for us, Joey Lawrence does not sing), and the movie does look quite good (although I may be partisan, since it was filmed on my home campus of Trent University). The DVD also includes some cut scenes, with a commentary included as to how they fit in the movie and why they were cut. This is always my favourite extra whenever it's included on a DVD.
I gave this movie 3 stars, which is the same number as I gave to American Beauty. Of course, Urban Legends is not nearly as good a movie, but for its genre, it's very adequate. Check it out sometime if you want a few cheap thrills of the horror variety.
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