4 Film Favorites: Steve McQueen (Bullitt, The Cincinnati Kid, The Getaway: Deluxe Edition, Papillon)
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Bullitt, Papillon, The Cincinnati Kid, and The Getaway BULLITT INCLUDES: • Widescreen Version [16x9 1.85:1] • Commentary by Director Peter Yates • Theatrical Trailer • Languages: English & Français • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled). PAPILLON INCLUDES: • Widsecreen Version [16x9 2.4:1] • Vintage Featurette The Magnificent Rebel • Theatrical Trailer • Subtitles: English & Français (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled.). THE CINCINNATI KID INCLUDES: • Widescreen Version [16x9 1.85:1] • Commentary by Director Norman Jewison • Scene-Specific Commentary by Phil Gordon and Dave Foley, Hosts of Celebrity Poker Showdown • Vintage Featurette • Theatrical Trailer • Languages: English & Français • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled). THE GETAWAY INCLUDES: • Widsecreen Version [16x9 2.4:1] • Commentary by Peckinpah Biographers/Documentarians Nick Redman, Paul Seydor, Garner Simmons and David Weddle • Reel 1 “Virtual” Commentary by Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw and Sam Peckinpah • Theatrical Trailer • Languages: English & Français • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled).
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The variety provided in this selection proves Steve McQueen was truly a talented actor and not just a type-cast cowboy car-racing legend as he is sometimes portrayed.
All movies are in color and in Widescreen format and run for about 1hr 40min to over 2hrs. "Papillon" and "The Getaway" were released in the 70s and "Bullitt" and "Cincinnati Kid" were released in mid to late 60s. These movies star: Steve McQueen, Karl Malden, Ben Johnson, Dustin Hoffman, Robert Vaughn, Ann-Margret, Ali MacGraw, Jacqueline Bisset, Edward G. Robinson, Norman Fell, plus others!
Overall this is a great collection of some of the best McQueen movies and I would recommend this to anyone who doesn't have any of these films.
2. Bullitt - why I bought the 4-pack. I like it. I like the setting, the era (especially for movies). I think their needed to be at least one more car chase scene and this one should have gone on longer. And if you think that your windshield getting hit with 00 buckshot from 20 will stop, think again. It'll put a 5" diameter hole in it and out the other side.
I liked the cop part of this. I like the "safe house" seen. I thought the bad guys were well played, but you learn nothing about them, so a bit disappointing there.
It's a good enough movie, but what you still hear about today is the car chase scene and .. that's not enough for a movie that is not based on cars (Smokey and the Bandit, etc).
3. The Getaway. I owned this already. I like it ok, but it is a bit dark at times. Too Peckinpaw-ish in many places as well. Slim Pickens makes a 'cameo' so that's great. Bo Hopkins is neat as always. The kidnapping part kinda turned me off (too nasty or real or something).
Watching McQueen and his mastery of firearms is always the best part. That alone makes this worth watching.
4. Cincinnati Kid. I like this movie. I like the premise, there was not quite enough character development of the Kid. Especially his style of play. Edward G. Robinson stole this movie. He made it worth watching. There was good 'underworld' scenes as well. I recommend seeing it if you are into poker even a little bit