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Hush [Blu-ray]

3.9 out of 5 stars 115 customer reviews

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Jessica Lange, Academy Award winner (Tootsie, Best Supporting Actress, 1982; Blue Sky, Best Actress,1994), and Gwyneth Paltrow star in this intricate, intense thriller about a young bride who becomes the emotional pawn of her controlling mother-in-law. Without family of her own, Helen is initially charmed by her impressive in-law and the sprawling estate where she lives. But behind the storybook scene lie dangerous secrets and dark motives. With the chilling undertones of Rosemary's Baby, Hush is a nightmarish lullaby of a maternal love that leads into madness.

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  • Actors: Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Lange, Hal Holbrook
  • Directors: Jonathan Darby
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004Z1HY7M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,324 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: VHS Tape
I'm a HUGE Johnathon Schaech fan, I watch everything he's in, good or bad. I've seen Hush about a dozen times, and I've finally noticed something. In the trailer for the movie (which is on my DVD of FINDING GRACELAND) there's so much more to the movie that's missing from the actual cut we see...including a huge fire, someone being taken out of the house on a stretcher, and Johnathon standing in front of an ambulance, holding up a locket (resembling the one Gwynneth wears in the movie.) So I rewatched the movie and noted that in ALL scenes that Jackson's father is mentioned, Gwynneth's wearing a wig...leading me to believe the whole story was changed...rewritten to include this story of a father who was killed by Jessica Lange. ...this movie had so much potential and lost it all with this ending. I WISH THEY'D RELEASE A DIRECTOR'S CUT! At least we could see some of that good action they enticed us with in the trailer! Until there's a director's cut....this movie only gets 3 stars from me!
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"Hush" serves up a down-home southern "charm" that would put Oedipus himself to shame.
Only child, Jackson Baring, played by Johnathan Schaech is the quintessential and clueless man-child mama's boy. His love interest and the first girlfriend he has ever brought home to meet his mama (no wonder!), Helen, played quite off-kilter by Gwyneth Paltrow.
They journey to the Baring's Thoroughbred Horse Farm, Kilronan for Christmas to meet "mama". Jessica Lange, is mama Martha Baring. Lange superbly but quite over the top plays Jackson's demanding, clinging, cross between Queen Jocasta & Blanche Du Bois on crack mama. Martha fawns, flirts, grabs, and kisses on her only baby boy in quite a non-maternal way through most of the film. Martha is obsessed and quite in love with her own son and has done some "doozies" to keep him where she wants him.
Hal Halbrook has a nice couple of scenes as obstetrician, Dr. Franklin Hill and ol' dame, Nina Foch (Spartacus, The Ten Commandments, Scaramouche) turns in a terrific performance as Great Aunt Alice Baring that has been on to Martha for years and knows exactly what she is capable of.
Torture, drugging, murder, lust & incestuous thoughts and deeds ensue! A great thriller with decent performances and a strong storyline all the way around.
Happy Watching and Be Careful Of Those Momster-In-Laws!
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I saw Hush in theaters when I was about 11. I remember seeing the trailer on TV, thinking wow this movie is going to be a classic! Well, I saw the movie and I still thought it was a classic--possibly because it was my first exposure to Jessica Lange, who gives an indelible performance.
Although many have said Hush is a forgettable film, I believe it is quite the contrary. 1997 was a few years ago and this film stands firmly within my memory. It really is an excellent throwback to the Joan Crawford and Bette Davis thrillers of the 1960s. First, there is beautiful cinematography, a lush score, and excellent acting (besides Gwyneth Paltrow, who positively sucks in this film!). Its true that you long for Lange to hit Paltrow with a lamp, to stop her insufferable whining! This is a far cry from her excellent performance in the recent Sylvia.
I guess the thing you will love about Hush is that it is fun to watch. It is not garbage like most people would have you believe, but in fact a very well-made, well-acted, classy thriller with a great score and a great star (Lange). And, for the record, the plot is great!
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"Hush" was SOOOOOOO good! Jessica Lange is the mother-in-law that everyone dreads... seriously. And Gwyneth was absolutely FABULOUS! She's so talented... and she makes this movie so believable! Really creepy.
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Could have been a superior movie. It held itself back by being treated simply as a vehicle for the stars as a result, the actors didn't give their best performances. And the story, which had the makings of a good gothic horror romance, turned trite. Most disappointing because it was unusual in making the three principal characters women. The male roles, including the young husband/father were all subsidiary-very unusual. Too bad it wasn't better served.
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Best old time movie, I remember watching a movie as a child and to this day it's still brings chills it suspenseful and the best part is is when somebody's asking you what movie are watching you can actually say hush!
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By Jim H. on December 3, 2014
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Remember loving this flick years ago & picked up a copy as a present for a family member. Jessica Lange's career is of rare vintage. Like a fine wine, she's only improved with age & experience. As a young woman, she was known for her beauty, but her talent wasn't praised to the extent warranted. I'm happy to say, this seems to have changed & it is high time !
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A lot's been said about how bad this film is; I like it for its flaws. It reminds me a bit of those old 50's films about good people in bad situations. Paltrow and Schaech are beautiful as the young loving couple, and Lange, one of my favorites, seems to be researching her role in "Titus", as Tamora, Queen of the Goths. There are two things about this film that make it remarkable to me. The music of Christopher Young is consistantly eerie and complimentary to the action. And, mostly, the wonderful performance of Nina Foch (remember her as Moses' mother), as the only one who knows what's going on. She's worth your time, even if the rest of the film is trivial. Not really that bad, if you like a decent suspense story.
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