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Tom Cruise Blu-ray Collection (Collateral / Days of Thunder / Minority Report / Top Gun / War of the Worlds)

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Includes the films Collateral, Days Of Thunder, Minority Report, Top Gun and War Of The Worlds.


Collateral offers a change of pace for Tom Cruise as a ruthless contract killer, but that's just one of many reasons to recommend this well-crafted thriller. It's from Michael Mann, after all, and the director's stellar track record with crime thrillers (Thief, Manhunter, and especially Heat) guarantees a rich combination of intelligent plotting, well-drawn characters, and escalating tension, beginning here when icy hit-man Vincent (Cruise) recruits cab driver Max (Jamie Foxx) to drive him through a nocturnal tour of Los Angeles, during which he will execute five people in a 10-hour spree. While Stuart Beattie's screenplay deftly combines intimate character study with raw bursts of action (in keeping with Mann's directorial trademark), Foxx does the best work of his career to date (between his excellent performance in Ali and his title-role showcase in Ray), and Cruise is fiercely convincing as an ultra-disciplined sociopath. Jada Pinkett-Smith rises above the limitations of a supporting role, and Mann directs with the confidence of a master, turning L.A. into a third major character (much as it was in the Mann-produced TV series Robbery Homicide Division). Collateral is a bit slow at first, but as it develops subtle themes of elusive dreams and lives on the edge, it shifts into overdrive and races, with breathtaking precision, toward a nail-biting climax. --Jeff Shannon

Days of Thunder

With Days of Thunder, director Tony Scott tried to do for the Indy 500 what he did for the U.S. Air Force with Top Gun. But without Top Gun's go-go soundtrack and visual feats, Scott merely ends up with a Tom Cruise vehicle that's out of gas.

Cruise plays (what else?) a cocky, upstart stock-car racer who faces down ruthless racing opponents. Nicole Kidman, Robert Duvall, Cary Elwes, and Randy Quaid do the laps around this movie's tiresome track with Cruise, while director Scott attempts to propel the action along with his trademark visceral, gritty but glamorous visual style.

Days of Thunder is notable, however, as a turning point in Cruise's then one-dimensional career. After this film--having tired even his most devoted fans by playing a bartender, an air force pilot, and a stock-car driver--Cruise was forced to take on real character parts. --Ethan Brown

Minority Report

Set in the chillingly possible future of 2054, Steven Spielberg's Minority Report is arguably the most intelligently provocative sci-fi thriller since Blade Runner. Like Ridley Scott's "future noir" classic, Spielberg's gritty vision was freely adapted from a story by Philip K. Dick, with its central premise of "Precrime" law enforcement, totally reliant on three isolated human "precogs" capable (due to drug-related mutation) of envisioning murders before they're committed. As Precrime's confident captain, Tom Cruise preempts these killings like a true action hero, only to run for his life when he is himself implicated in one of the precogs' visions. Inspired by the brainstorming of expert futurists, Spielberg packs this paranoid chase with potential conspirators (Max Von Sydow, Colin Farrell), domestic tragedy, and a heartbreaking precog pawn (Samantha Morton), while Cruise's performance gains depth and substance with each passing scene. Making judicious use of astonishing special effects, Minority Report brilliantly extrapolates a future that's utterly convincing, and too close for comfort. --Jeff Shannon

Top Gun

Jingoism, beefcake, military hardware, and a Giorgio Moroder rock score reign supreme over taste and logic in this Tony Scott film about a maverick trainee pilot (Tom Cruise) who can't follow the rules at a Navy aviation training facility. The dogfight sequences between American and Soviet jets at the end are absolutely mechanical, though audiences loved it at the time. The love story between Cruise's character and that of Kelly McGillis is like flipping through pages of advertising in a glossy magazine. This designer action movie from 1986 would be all the more appalling were it not for the canny casting of good actors in dumb parts. Standouts include Anthony Edwards--who makes a nice impression as Cruise's average-Joe pal--and the relatively unknown Meg Ryan in a small but memorable appearance. --Tom Keogh

War of the Worlds

Despite super effects, a huge budget, and the cinematic pedigree of alien-happy Steven Spielberg, this take on H.G. Wells's novel is basically a horror film packaged as a sci-fi thrill ride. Instead of a mad slasher, however, Spielberg (along with writers Josh Friedman & David Koepp) utilizes aliens hell-bent on quickly destroying humanity, and the terrifying results that prey upon adult fears, especially in the post-9/11 world. The realistic results could be a new genre, the grim popcorn thriller; often you feel like you're watching Schindler's List more than Spielberg's other thrill-machine movies (Jaws, Jurassic Park). The film centers on Ray Ferrier, a divorced father (Tom Cruise, oh so comfortable) who witnesses one giant craft destroy his New Jersey town and soon is on the road with his teen son (Justin Chatwin) and preteen daughter (Dakota Fanning) in tow, trying to keep ahead of the invasion. The film is, of course, impeccably designed and produced by Spielberg's usual crew of A-class talent. The aliens are genuinely scary, even when the film--like the novel--spends a good chunk of time in a basement. Readers of the book (or viewers of the deft 1953 adaptation) will note the variation of whom and how the aliens come to Earth, which poses some logistical problems. The film opens and closes with narration from the novel read by Morgan Freeman, but Spielberg could have adapted Orson Welles's words from the famous Halloween Eve 1938 radio broadcast: "We couldn't soap all your windows and steal all your garden gates by tomorrow night, so we did the best next thing: we annihilated the world." --Doug Thomas

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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: November 15, 2011
  • Run Time: 753 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005JZBP9G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,087 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By JMM TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 4, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
This is nothing more than a re-packaging of 5 blu-ray movies, all of which have been released individually. If you don't own any of these movies already, this is a very good deal, and these are all movies worth owning on blu-ray.

Unfortunately, there is one problem with this set: "Minority Report" was originally a 2-Disc release, but in this collection the studio has only included Disc One. This means that none of the bonus features for that particular movie are included in this collection. And that's a shame, because the "Minority Report" bonus features are really good in my opinion.

If you only care about the movies, then this is a great set. If you do like to see some of the behind-the-scenes goodies, it's still a pretty good deal - the other four movies will all have bonus material... but just be aware that you're missing out on the "Minority Report" extras.

++ "Collateral", "Minority Report", and "War of the Worlds" are well worth the upgrade to blu-ray, and look incredible.
-- "Days of Thunder" and "Top Gun" are a bit disappointing, although I believe this is still the best-looking version currently available.

"Collateral" - DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
"Days of Thunder" - Dolby TrueHD 5.1
"Minority Report" - DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
"Top Gun" - DTS-HD 6.1 & Dolby TrueHD 5.1
"War of the Worlds" - DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1

For those who already own some of these movies and want to complete your collection, here are the links to the individual releases:
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I was a bit disappointed to see the quality of these movies. Thinking the producers would have done a little extra to bring out these titles. They were grainy and seem to be just a flat copy over from DVD. True the picture had
more pop and more vibrant color but that is expected of all bluray transfers because of the higher bit rate. Sound was good though and due to this I felt keeping them was justifiable else I would have just kept my DVD's Top Gun and days of thunder. War Of The Worlds and Collateral is still decent flicks as well if the cost is worth it. As you can see I'm clearly mixed with this package.
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I picked up this collection during a lightning deal for $25. At that price, it was a no-brainer. I've never been a Tom Cruise fan, but I'm happy I can separate my personal opinion of him from my respect for his work.

Collateral is my favorite film of this group. All the characters do a great job playing against type: Cruise as a murderous sociopath, Jamie Foxx as a nervous, frightened cab driver, and Jada Pinkett-Smith as a (blessedly) low-key, dignified attorney. The ending is far-fetched, but the ride is a thrilling one.

In the futuristic Minority Report, Cruise heads up the "precrime" police division, a group dedicated to stopping crimes before the perpetrator even knows he/she is about to commit one. It's assumed that the program is 100% accurate until Cruise finds himself on the other end of an investigation. The themes raised in this film are frightening but conceivable.

I enjoyed War of the Worlds more than most people I know, but I'm a sci-fan, in general. The characters are cliched, but the special effects (both visual and sound) are great, as one would expect from a Spielberg-directed film. I originally saw this film in the theater, and I remember being surprised that it was rated PG-13, because there were some big scares.

Top Gun - what needs to be said about this one besides the following: It's loads of fun, pure 80's cheese, and the volleyball scene will remain a classic.

I'm intentinally ignoring Days of Thunder which was a total snoozefest for me.
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For Some reason they always release these kinda collectors edition Blu Rays after having already bought 3 of the original movies on Blu Ray and now for even a better price so sometimes is worth waiting with 5 good movies especially Top Gun PG with extras & special features - Collateral R with extras & especial feautures - Minority Report PG with no extras - War of The Wolrds PG with extras & special features and Days of Thunder PG with no extras except for Theatrical Trailer and when ever I play this movie on my PC reads as Top Gun , no drama because rather watch it in my main entertainment unit with a bigger screen , Five Good Movies on Blu Ray for a good price Great .
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I received a 5 DVD blu-ray set for these magnificent films for nearly nothing. Even though the set was used, the quality of the merchandise was like brand new. The seller and Amazon have my complete gratitude.
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Tom Cruise Blu-ray Collection includes 5 films on 5 discs (Minority Report, Top Gun, War of the Worlds, Collateral, Days of Thunder). Since all the stand-alone BD releases of these films have been repackaged in this collection it is good value for those who haven't upgraded from the DVD versions. The films are all worth watching but my favorites are Top Gun and Minority Report. Top Gun is absolutely hilarious with awesome '80's music and Minority Report is based on a work by Philip K. Dick. Collateral and War of the Worlds are also interesting. Days of Thunder is the lesser of these films. Overall the picture quality is good and the audio is even better. This collection comes stacked with extras (over 7 hours of bonus content).

Audio Formats: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, English Dolby TrueHD 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, French Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround, French DD 2.0 Surround
Subtitles/Captions: English, English SDH, Spanish, French, Portugese

Special Features: Featurettes, Making-Ofs, Still Galleries, Trailers and TV Spots, Audio Commentaries, Deleted Scenes, Music Videos
War of the World [164 minutes]
Top Gun [170 minutes]
Minority Report [0 minutes. Disc two extras of the SE DVD not included.]
Days of Thunder [Trailer only.]
Collateral [57 minutes]
Exclusive to this release, Top Gun also gets the Best of the Best featurette (SD, 29 min.) which looks at a flight training facility.

Buy this Blu-ray collection. If you are a Tom Cruise fan you are getting your money's worth in this collection with 4 good films (and Days of Thunder). Fans of Top Gun should know the transfer isn't excellent but still the best version available on Blu-ray. Minority Report fans may be interested in the 2-disc version with all the extras that didn't get ported over here.
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