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Drinkwel - The Multivitamin for People Who Drink (With Kudzu Flower, Milk Thistle, N-acetyl Cysteine)
Drinkwel - The Multivitamin for People Who Drink (With Kudzu Flower, Milk Thistle, N-acetyl Cysteine)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Yes, it works!, October 6, 2014
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So, what is Drinkwel? Simply put, it's a multivitamin that helps prevent hangover symptoms following (moderate) drinking. Does it work? My answer is unequivocally yes! When taken as directed (3 tablets following a meal), and optionally 3 tablets with a glass of water before bed, it drastically lessens hangover symptoms. However, be smart, it should not be expected to work miracles for those who drink to excess, it's meant to support liver and kidney, function (and can be taken as a multivitamin even when not drinking). It does this job very well...highly recommended!


Music for Two (Bonus DVD)
Music for Two (Bonus DVD)
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Two Masters at Work..., May 2, 2004
How do I begin? Fans of Bela and Edgar are probably already familiar with this album. If you are familiar with it then hopefully you'll still find this review useful. I'm going to tailor my comments more to people who don't know as much about Bela and Edgar, or what's on this album. Because if you're already a fan, you most likely own this brilliant album, and you don't need me to convince you how amazing it is.
Let's start with a bit of background. Bela Fleck is a banjo player who is originally from New York. He has been playing professionally for over twenty years, and has long been considered one of the most talented banjo players (if not simply one of the greatest musicians) that has ever lived. Edgar Meyer is a similarly talented bassist who has been friends with Bela since the early 80's, when they were both involved in the New Grass Revival. Bela gained huge success with his band, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. They have recorded many critically and commercially successful albums, all worth a good listen, as they are phenomenal musicians. Victor Wooten is THE most talented bassist I have ever seen. His brother Roy "Future Man" Wooten is a percussion pioneer, and Jeff Coffin is an immensely gifed saxophonist and flutist. Not that it impacts the recording I'm about to review, but I can say after personally meeting Bela and the Flecktones that they are as gracious and kind as they are talented. Again, not that this has any bearing on the quality of their music, but it makes me feel good to know that some musicians genuinely appreciate the support of their fans. Anyway, on to Bela and Edgar.
Bela and Edgar first collaborated on Perpetual Motion, a classical album released in late 2001. The idea of a banjo playing classical music might sound a bit strange at first, but after listening to the album, it becomes clear that it was meant to be. Which moves us on to this album, Music For Two, which was released about a week ago. This is a live album that chronicles Bela and Edgar's first tour together in 2002. The setlist contains a mixture of classical songs with originals written by Bela and Edgar. Bela and Edgar call it "a work in progress." Well, if that's the case I can't even imagine what the finished product could be. The level of musicianship on this album is astounding. Bela and Edgar are two masters of their craft. You can get an idea of how they work together by watching the included bonus DVD which was filmed by Bela's brother Sascha during the tour. As Bela and Edgar are both perfectionists, they sometimes clash of the direction of their music, but it's very clear to me that they are close friends who have a great respect for each other's talent. I applaud them for showing us such an honest portrayal of their relationship. I tend to shy away from naming personal favories on this album because I view it more as a whole than the sum of its parts. Having said that, I particularly enjoy hearing them cut loose on "Pile-up" and "Woolly Mammoth". "Canon" is truly an awe-inspiring auditory experience, and "Wrong Number" shows that Bela and Edgar also have a great sense of Humor.
Bela Fleck is impossible to classify. His music can be found in stores under jazz, bluegrass, classical, country, and several others. His work with Edgar Meyer is further proof of his willingness to transcend musical genres. Who else could have put a banjo to classical compasitions and pulled it of so flawlessly. Egdar Meyer brings an unmatched level of dediaction and precision to his instrument. It is a joy to hear the music that they produce together. Simply put, all fans of music should give this album a listen. It is a testament to the skill and creativity of the musicians involved. I'm very happy to see the partnership between Bela and Sony Classical continue to prosper. Hopefully we can expect to see more amazing music come our way in the years to come.
Give this album a try...you will not be disappointed!


Back to the Future: The Complete Trilogy
Back to the Future: The Complete Trilogy
DVD ~ Michael J. Fox
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars True Cinematic Classics Finally come to DVD, December 18, 2002
It's been a long wait, but now we can cross the Back to the Future trilogy off of the list of great movies not currently available on DVD (which sadly still includes the Indiana Jones trilogy and the first 3 Star Wars movies). Upon watching the Back to the Future movies again, I enjoy them now just as much as the first time I saw them. There's just something about them that lifts them up above so many other movies. Maybe it's the way that they skillfully blend action, comedy, science, and romance into everything you could possibly want out of a movie. Or perhaps it's the amazing chemistry between the cast, particularly Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. The filmmakers and cast do a great job discussing the themes of the movie and the many genres that they encompass on the DVD special features. I'm just not sure exactly what it is, but something makes these movies come together in a way that few films do, they are simply wonderful films. Part 1 is my favorite of the three, probably because it is very interesting to me to think about meeting my parents in high school. I think that the film's originality really struck a chord with viewers. While some people feel Part 2 is the weakest film in the series, I think it should be commended for its creative view of the future as well as the amazing job that was done in integrating the scenes at the high school in 1955 with scenes from the first film. Part 3 is more straightforward adventure, and very enjoyable to watch. The DVD extras were handled very well. There are commentaries and documentaries for each film as well as deleted scenes and outtakes. The outtakes from the 1st film are absolutely hilarious. All in all the Back to the Future would make a very worthy addition to any DVD collection.


Audioslave
Audioslave
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5.0 out of 5 stars Audioslave: Into the Frey, December 15, 2002
This review is from: Audioslave (Audio CD)
Chris Cornell singing in front of the RATM rhythm section....sounds interesting. Does it Work? Does it sound like Soundgarden or RATM? Who will it appeal to? These are important questions that I will attempt to address in this review. When I first heard of Audioslave early this year (At the time they were known as Civilian) my interest was peaked. I thought about it...Chris Cornell without a band and RATM without a singer. It makes sense, a mutual benefit for both sides. Also an interesting case considering the amount of success achieved previously by both bands. RATM had not been broken up for too long, Soundgarden had benn done for several years. In the interim, Cornell released a solo disc, Euphoria Morning, a stylistic departure from his work with Soundgarden. (Which I happen to think was a very good album and necessary for Cornell to move on after Soundgarden) So what does Audioslave sound like? The answer is that Audioslave creates a new sound that is rooted in its members' previous work. The influences of both bands are noticible. Cornell returns to his roots, making good use of his very distinct voice. Morello and the gang lay down very solid riffs, some of them reminicent of RATM. Audioslave, however is not Soundgarden or RATM. They are also not a poorly conceived attempt to cash in on both bands previous success. They are a group of highly talented professional musicians whose previous success has allowed them to branch out and create what I feel is one of the strongest debut rock albums in years. It might not be for everyone, but I've found overall response to the band and the album to be very positive. Will it appeal more to Soundgarden or RATM fans? Hmmm...a tough one. I would have to think that Cornell's work will please many of the soundgarden fans who have been feeling very deprived for the last several years. Morello's fans will likely be very pleased with his work.Zack de la Rocha's fans might have a bit harder time adjusting to Cornell's vocals and a more straightforward rock record than anything RATM released. Still, give Audioslave a chance. I think that the band members previous work at least warrants a listen. I think most will really enjoy it. Cornell uses this opportunity to shine writing powerful lyrics and showing why he is one of the most influential frontmen of the last 20 years. Morello uses this as an opportunity to branch out and experiment a bit, further proving that he deserves to be mentioned as one of the best rock guitarists out there today. Rick Rubin puts a nice finish on the album. "Cochise" is a good song to get Audioslave's music out there. My personal favorite is "Show Me How To Live" but I prefer to focus on the album as a whole for this review. I think it's best to give people an idea of what Audioslave is all about. Some may that this album sounds like a RATM album with Soundgarden vocals. I happen to disagree. I think the influences of both bands are apparent, but that Audioslave has a distinct identity of their own. But since when have comparisons to RATM and Soundgarden benn a bad thing. They are only two of the most influential bands of the past decade. The bottom line is this: Audioslave has created a rock solid debut album featuring great writing, performances, and production. They remind us what rock is really supposed to be. If more bands could only learn to produce music with this kind of substance. Kudos to Chris, Tom, Brad, and Tim for taking a risk by making this record and succeeding all around. Audioslave definitely has a bright future ahead of them.


The Rising
The Rising
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Boss is Back...With A Message, August 4, 2002
This review is from: The Rising (Audio CD)
The Rising, Bruce Springsteen's first album with the E Street Band since the 1984 landmark album Born in the USA, is a blazing return to form. His vocals are pure, intense, and emotional, sounding better than they have in years. The E streeters have fallen directly back in step with Bruce seeming to have not skipped a beat in their decade and a half away from Mr. Springsteen. It is easy to see the maturity of the band, as they have evolved their sound for a new musical climate without forgetting the elements that defined their sound when they first got together over 25 years ago. The album showcases very solid guitar work, including some incredibly roaring solos and leads from Bruce himself, wailing away on his Telecaster. There are a wide variety of songs represented here, as well as many different musical styles. There are straight up rockers, more laid back ballads, some excellent slide guitars, and even some middle eastern sounds reminiscent of recent work by Sting. Some of my personal favorites are Lonesome Day, Let's Be Friends (Skin to Skin), Further on up the Road, and The Rising. The album is filled with songs of loss and redemption, friendships and hardships. This skillful blending of emotions fills the music with added sense of reality that makes it that much more meaningful. This is a real man with real emotions that people can relate to. While watching VH1 recently, a Michael Jackson fan said that there were two types of rock stars: those like Springsteen who are very approachable people that often go out to local clubs and meet with everyday people, and those like Jackson, who seem like untouchable people that lead very guarded lives, on a completely different level than you and me. He said that is "untouchable" status was what drew him to Jackson. Springsteen's approachable nature, t-shirt and jeans appearance, and abilty to relate to the feeling of everyday people are what draw myself and many others to listen to his music. Give this album a try. It is one of the most powerful statements in this post 9/11 world (not to sound to cliched, but I really do think it's a powerful album from a man who realizes that our world has changed). Hope you enjoy listening to this album as much as I do. I already posted this review under for limited edition (the version I own) For those of you who are wondering, the limited edition is a bound cardboard booklet containing about 45 pages of handwritten lyrics and pictures. It's not absolutely essential for everyone, but if you're a Springsteen fan, the handwritten lyrics are a very nice touch.


The Rising (Special Packaging)
The Rising (Special Packaging)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Boss is Back...With a Powerful Message, August 4, 2002
The Rising, Bruce Springsteen's first album with the E Street Band since the 1984 landmark album Born in the USA, is a blazing return to form. His vocals are pure, intense, and emotional, sounding better than they have in years. The E streeters have fallen directly back in step with Bruce seeming to have not skipped a beat in their decade and a half away from Mr. Springsteen. It is easy to see the added maturity of the band, as they have evolved their sound for a new musical climate without forgetting the elements that defined their sound when they first got together over 25 years ago. The album showcases very solid guitar work, including some incredibly roaring solos and leads from Bruce himself, wailing away on his Telecaster. There are a wide variety of songs represented here, as well as many different musical styles. There are straight up rockers, more laid back songs, some excellent slide guitars, and even some middle eastern sounds reminiscent of recent work by Sting. Some of my personal favorites are Lonesome Day, Let's Be Friends (Skin to Skin), Further on up the Road, and The Rising. The album is filled with songs of loss and redemption, friendships and hardships. This skillful blending of emotions fills the music with added sense of reality which makes it that much more meaningful. This is a real man with real emotions that people can relate to. While watching VH1 recently, a Michael Jackson fan said that there were two types of rock stars: those like Springsteen who are very approachable people that often go out to local clubs and meet with everyday people, and those like Jackson, who seem like untouchable people that lead very guarded lives, on a completely different level than you and me. He said that this "untouchable" status was what drew him to Jackson. Springsteen's approachable nature, t-shirt and jeans appearance, and abilty to relate to the feeling of everyday people are what draw myself and many others to listen to his music. Give this album a try. It is one of the most powerful statements in this post 9/11 world (not to sound too cliched, but I really do think it's a powerful album from a man who realizes that our world has changed). A quick note about the limited edition: It comes in a bound cardboard booklet with about 45 pages of pictures and handwritten lyrics for every song. It's not absolutely essential, but if you're a Springsteen fan having the handwritten lyrics is a very nice touch. Hope you enjoy listening to this album as much as I do.


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5.0 out of 5 stars They Were Soldiers.....and Heroes, March 8, 2002
I went into my first viewing of We Were Soldiers with high expectations(I have seen it twice now, and plan to see it again) Being a Mel Gibson fan, as well as a war movie aficionado, I could hardly wait to see this screen interpretation of retired Lt. General(Colonel at the time of the battle)Harold Moore's novel entitled We Were Soldiers Once...and Young, a true account of the first battle of the Vietnam War which involved American soldiers in combat. The movie covers the events leading up to the battle, including the massacre of a French regiment in 1954, 11 years before the battle takes place, which plays a role in Col. Moore's battle strategy against a much larger Vietnamese army. The story develops several important characters. Gibson delivers another rock-solid performance as Col. Moore, a highly intelligent and seasoned commander whose life is guided by a firm dedication to his family and his country. A quick note: Mel Gibson is seriously considering retiring from acting to focus on producing, which will allow him to spend more time with his wife and seven kids. His next movie, Signs(from the wrier/director of The Sixth Sense, which is done filming, may be his last as a lead actor, so relish this one if enoying watching his performances. Madeline Stowe is excellent as his wife, Julie. Some of the most emotional moments in the movie occur when Mrs. Moore takes on the difficult task of informing some of the other wives of their husbands' deaths in battle. Sam Elliott(Tombstone) turns in an excellent performance as Col Moore's 2nd in command, Sgt. Major Plumley. Chris Klein and Keri Russell do a fine job as Lt. Jack Geoghegan and his wife Barbara, who have a child shortly before the fighting begins. Greg Kinnear once again delivers as Major Bruce Crandall, a helicopter pilot who provides invaluable assistance by transporting supplies and troops, as well as provoding cover fire under extreme pressure. And last but not least is Barry Pepper, who follows up his amazing portrayal of Roger Maris in 61* with another wonderful performance as Joe Galloway, a photograper who risks his life in an attempt to help himself(and his country) understand the nature of a war that divided this country more than any before it had ever done. We Were Soldiers does an excellent job of portraying the American side, but it really distinguishes itself by giving a face(as well as respect) to the Vietnamese soldiers who fought and died along with many American soldiers. Many movies about the this war villianize the Vietnamese people, but this movie takes an important step by showing us a glimpse of the actual people on the other side. While we obviously give unyielding support to our own soldiers, it is also important to remember that the soldiers on the other side were real people who belived strongly enough in their cause to give their lives for it. We Were Soldiers does an excellent job of creating extremely intense and realistic battle scenes. This movie is not for the squeamish, but if you're like me, you want the battle scenes to be as realistic as possible in order to give the most accurate portrayal of what really happened to the men out there. We Were Soldiers is a story about a group of men showing extreme courage and dedication to one another under the most dire circumstances. While one might say that this is a fairly common theme in war movies, let us not forget that this is a TRUE story. The men who died on the battlefield weren't just fictional characters, they were real people with families who died serving their country. These men became a family themselves, and went to extraordinary legnths to help one another. Their dedication and sacrifice truly somthing to be respected and admired by everyone. We Were Soldiers is an excellent film, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Vietnam War and the men who fought in it.


Gladiator Signature Selection (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
Gladiator Signature Selection (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
DVD ~ Russell Crowe
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5.0 out of 5 stars Monumental! A Truly Epic Achievement, November 21, 2000
Gladiator is everything that a modern epic film should be. This film is a towering triumph that will not soon be forgotten. It features a very well-written script, amazing visuals, incredible moments of both action and drama, as well as absolutely stellar acting performances from the entire cast. Russell Crowe established himself as one of the best actors in the world today, with his commanding and emotionally powerful portrayal of Maximus, who is a hero in every sense of the term. Crowe deserves every accolade that he gets for his marvelous performance, which was by far one of the most commanding and heartfelt performances I have ever seen in a movie. Crowe's work in The Insider and L.A. Confidential made him a legitimate star, while his role in Gladiator cemented his position as one of the most prominent leading actors in Hollywood today. Crowe, an avid horseback rider, even did many of his own stunts in the movie. Joaquin Phoenix delivers a breakthrough performance as Commodus, the emotionally conflicted son of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, played by veteran actor Richard Harris. Phoenix's performance demands sympathy as well as hatred from the viewer, with gripping emotions as well as an ever-present sense of jealousy and spite. The late, great Oliver Reed(who died shortly before filming wrapped), put the finishing touch on a storied career with his performance as Proximo, the slave ower who helps Maximus regain his freedom. Connie Nielsen, a relative newcomer, also delivers an excellent performance as Commodus' older and wiser sister, who has had previous involvement with Maximus. The visuals in this movie are absolutely stunning, as ancient Rome is brought to life like never before with some absolutely amazing computer-generated visuals, as well as painstakingly crafted sets. Scenes of battle in this movie are graphic but never overindulgent, and convey a sense of the brutality that must have existed during this time. This movie is grand in both story and scale, and visuals serve to reinforce the strong acting by providing an unbelievable backdrop for the story. Ridley Scott, who is a master of skillful character filming, does not disappoint in what many people consider his finest film to date, as his skillful camera work gives a deep insight into the emotions of every character in the film. Gladiator is truly an epic achievement. Dreamworks did an excellent job with the Gladiator DVD, with some of the cleanest audio and video transfers I have seen on the DVD format. This movie was meant to be watched on DVD as the enhanced picture and sound really serve to heighten the experience of watching this movie. The DVD also contains nearly 4 (yes, four) hours of bonus materials including 30 minutes of deleted scenes, an HBO first look special, several commentaries, as well as a 50 minute documentary from the Learning Channel called: Bloodsport of a Gladiator, which examines the lives of actual Gladiators in ancient Rome. The inclusion of a journal by young actor Spencer Treat Williams, (who plays Lucius, the eventual heir to the throne of Rome)is n especially welcome addition. The DVD actually devotes a second disc solely to the special features. The Bottom Line is this: Gladiator is a true modern epic, one of the best films ever made. It features incredible acting, a gripping storyline, and absolutlely stunning visuals. This movie is a must-have for any DVD collection. Movies just don't get much better than this.


Fight Club (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
Fight Club (Two-Disc Collector's Edition)
DVD ~ Brad Pitt
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning! A statement to a "Lost Generation.", November 14, 2000
I've often heard Fight Club referred to as "The first movie of the new millenium." When I first heard this, I didn't know quite what to think, but as time went on, I understood it perfectly. Fight Club sets a new standard for ambitious and dark modern filmmaking. Edward Norton plays the unnamed protagonist, a man caught in the mind-numbing grind of everday life. He has become entrenched in a rut of mindless routine, and can do nothing to free himself. He develops extreme insomnia, and can only cure it by going to all sorts of support groups under false pretenses. Previously, he found meaning in the pursuit of material goods, particularly expensive designer furniture. After his apartment is utterly destroyed, he experiences an extreme crisis of faith. It is then that he calls upon Tyler Durden (Played brilliantly by Brad Pitt), a slippery (no pun intended) soap salesman that he met by chance on an airplane flight earlier in the evening that his apartment was destroyed. Tyler is everything our protagonist is not. He makes a living by rebelling against the system, with absolutely no fear for the consequences of his actions. He makes his soap from human fat cells discarded by liposuction clinics, and then sells it back to the very same people at a very high price. Tyler's sole purpose is to be a crick in society's neck. He splices pornographic images into children's films, as well as spicing up the soup at various country clubs. Helena Bohnam-Carter plays trashy Marla Singer,who invades our protagonists world by going to the same support groups that he does, under the same conditions. After their meeting Tyler and Norton's character find that enjoy fighting for the sheer fun of it. They create a Fight Club, which grows in size every day. Eventually Fight Clubs spring up all over the country. They begin to do more than fighting, as Tyler's power grows ever stronger. The group becomes somewhat of a terrorist unit, defacing buildings and artwork rather than killing people. As this continues, Tyler gains an almost god-like reputation, as the chaos spins further and further out of control. Fight Club is truly one of the most creative (as well as shocking) motion picture experiences ever created. It paints a bleak picture of modern existence, but does it so creatively that you can't help but like what you see. Edward Norton, who is definitely one of my favorite actors, has never been one to shy away from bold and contraversial roles, and this movie is no exception. Brad Pitt plays the brash and cocky Tyler Durden to perfection, and really helps to enhance the overall feeling of the movie. This movie explores human existence, as well as the human mind, on an entirely new level. This movie is a perfect statement for the so called "lost generation" of people that comprise Generation X. This movie forces you to examine your views on life, and if nothing else is a powerful statement of cutting-edge modern filmmaking. Fight Club is rife with action, suspense, and a wonderfully sardonic sense of humor. Fight Club demands the viewer's full attention from beginning to end, and leaves them spellbound, to sit back and think about what they just saw. Fight Club is not for the weak of heart, it is for those who want a movie that will completely blow them away. This movie is also good for multiple viewings, as each one will reveal more subtle nuances that make the film that much better. The bottom line is this: Fight Club is truly a statement to a new generation of people, a movie that simply blows you away. If you are willing to explore new realms of modern filmmaking, then give Fight Club a try. You will not be disappointed. This movie sets the standard for an entirely new genre of film.


Frequency
Frequency
DVD ~ Dennis Quaid
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132 of 134 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Frequency: Incredible! This movie has it all., November 2, 2000
This review is from: Frequency (DVD)
I first saw Frequency the day it was released in theatres, after I saw a preview that got me extremely interested in the movie. I didn't know quite what to expect, but what I found was well written movie, with excellent acting performances and a very gripping storyline, a truly enjoyable moviegoing experience. The story focuses on a cop named John Sullivan (played brilliantly by James Caviezel in a breakthrough big screen performance) who lives in Queens, NY in early October 1999, which happens to be the date of an appearance of a phenomenon that allows John to communicate with his father Frank (with a very solid and emotional performance from Dennis Quaid), on the same radio, in the same house. The interesing part is that John talks to Frank thirty years earlier, merely days before Frank, a firefighter, dies herocially trying to rescue a person trapped in a blazing fire. Frank and John end up making catastrophic changes in the timeline, which leads to the brutal murder of John's mother(in an excellent performance from Elizabeth Mitchell) only days later in 1969. The movie is really a combination of several different elements. First of all it focuses on a father-son relationship between Frank and John. The interaction between Caviezel and Quaid is superb, and leads to some of the films most emotionally moving moments. The emotion is skillfully achieved, as Caviezel and Quaid don't act face-to-face, but across a HAM radio. The interplay between the two time periods really adds to the movie without overshadowing the its story. Frequency also combines elements of suspense, action, mystery, and tense drama. Frequency covers all of the bases, and does so very skillfully. This brings us to the DVD disc itself, which comes from New Line Home Video, who completely loaded the disc with a huge amount of special features, including many interesting DVD-ROM features that can be accessed by any PC with a DVD-ROM drive and PC Friendly installed. If you don't have PC Friendly on your computer, the DVD will install it for you if you so choose. The disc also has deleted scenes, as well as several feature legnth commentaries(by the director, producer, and actor Noah Emmerich who plays the adult Gordo, John's best friend). The disc also includes an interesting original documentary, as well as a trailer and animation galleries. If you are are willing to let your mind go a little bit to accept the science of the storyline, it actually becomes a fascinating part of the movie. This movie would definitely be a worthy addition to any DVD collection. Frequency also offers an extremely exciting and rewarding finale that will not disappoint anyone who watches it. The bottom line is this: Frequency is a wonderful movie, with incredibly strong emotional performances from the entire cast, very moving dramatic moments, as well as tense, gripping action sequences, and a rousing finale. Frequency is definitely one to remember. This movie truly has it all!


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