- Collector's Edition is packaged in a luxury fitted slipcase and contains: Senitype image from the movie AUTOGRAPHED by George Clooney and 35mm film clip
- Certificate of Authenticity
- 8 lobby cards
- 6 black & white stills
- 27" x 40" original one-sheet movie poster
- Production Stills set to John Mellencamp's "Perfect Storm" theme "Yours Forever"
- "HBO First Look" Making Of
- "Witnesses to the Storm" Making Of
- "Creating the Emotion" Making Of with composer James Horner
The Perfect Storm (Deluxe Collector Set Signature Series)
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Instead, producer Gail Katz and director Wolfgang Peterson (who also directed such classics as *Das Boot*) have taken the hoary Gloucestermen-gamble-and-lose theme and turned it into a spectacular action film complete with some of the finest computer-generated special effects that have appeared on the big screen in many a year. Some of the dialog and thematic material is predictable, and yes, unabashedly "Hollywood," but so what? The end product is extremely well-crafted, technically breathtaking, and thoroughly absorbing. The film is worth seeing just for the computer-created storm effects, but on top of this, the acting, direction, and editing are all first-rate.
After all, don't most of us go to the movie theater with a willingness to surrender to a few cliches, as long as these are presented in a form that is powerful and entertaining? This film is definitely of the "Hollywood blockbuster" genre, but I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I think most other viewers will, too.
This is a movie movie and I enjoyed it immensely!
I was profoundly disappointed in the emotionally manipulative score and the absolutely awful dialogue, and hey you guys, all of our lighthouses have been automated for years--there is no lighthouse keeper's son on Ten Pound Island waving at the boats going out to sea! Honestly, the story is sad enough without that blatent heartstring pulling crap.
But holy cow....to watch Hollywood put together with special effects that storm--so impersonal and so devastating--that in itself almost balances out the negatives of this film. Really though, the pros and cons if the film have been explored ad naseum here--let me tell you what you don't know.
Wolfgang took extreme pains to "get it right" with the town and with the fishermen. He hired many of them to make sure that every single detail of the fishing scenes was right on. And it was--every fisherman that I've talked to has said that it was absolutely accurate. And the swordfish--one of my friends works for the fisheries, setting regs for swordfish catches, and he said he didn't know until deep in the credits that all of the swordfish used in the movie were fake.Read more ›
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This movie is based on real events. However no one really knows what happened to the fishing boat that was lost with all hands so virtually everything about that was complete... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ilbob
A fantastic story of the sea, beautifully filmed with one of the most haunting soundtracks ever associated with a film. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Bobby CAMPBELL