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WWE: The Attitude Era

3.9 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews

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Bust out your Austin 3:16 shirt, strike a 5-second pose, heat up a delicious slice of pie and countdown to Y2J all over again with The Attitude Era. Go back to the days of debauchery when radical antiheroes ditched saying their prayers and taking their vitamins for opening up a can of whoop ass and laying the SmackDown; when rebels ruled the airwaves and PG stood for puppies and grapefruits.

This 3-disc slobberknocker is packed with all the action that pushed censors to new limits, shattered cable TV ratings and crushed WWE's competition like a Spanish announcer's table.

Featuring:

- The Austin/McMahon rivalry
- The invention of Hell in a Cell, TLC, Brawl for All and more
- The revamping of Superstars' entrance music
- All the top stars such as The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mick Foley (all three of them!), DX, Undertaker, Edge & Christian, Chris Jericho, Trish Stratus, The McMahons, Kane, The APA, Sable, Goldust, Val Venis, and more!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: WWE
  • DVD Release Date: November 20, 2012
  • Run Time: 540 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008WAM2N8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,305 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Picked up my copy of the Attitude Era early as my friend work at the video store, here's a summary of my thoughts, for the full review check out Tribalwrestling website.

The Attitude Era was great, but the DVD/Blu-Ray is average. My original rating was 3 star, but upon second viewing I decided that it did not justify that rating.

Updated Rating : I'll give it 2 stars because WWE pick poor matches and the boring documentary was too short at under an hour ( just 57 minutes to be exact). The documentary at only 1 hour, for one of the most dramatic era in history...very lazy and poor.

The irony is that the recent release WWE13 Video Game had better coverage of the best moments and matches during the Attitude Era, most of which are totally missing from the home video. (Rock vs Mankind I Quit Match, Undertaker vs Kane feud).

In the documentary, they often had comments about how the product was too edgy and not suited for children. It became annoying and felt like WWE was burying the Attitude Era to a certain extent. Maybe the WWE didn't want to put over how much better the product was, because it make their current product look inferior.

In fact there's not enough emphasis on how important the Attitude Era was to the company, saving the WWE from near bankcrupty in 1996 to become a public listed company in 1999. That's a pretty major transformation.

So what about the matches then? The WWE failed to deliver the goods here too, with a mediocre selection of matches that was not wrestling classic or memorable moments. (Jeff Jarrett vs Dlo Brown? Rock vs Val Venis? etc etc)

The classic matches that define the era that are missing (Triple H/Cactus Jack 2000, Undertaker/Mankind HIAC, Rock vs Austin).
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The story portion of the DVD could have been great. With the amount of footage WWE has, they could have easily put together a timeline from 1997-2001 of some of the bigger storylines, matches, and developments from the Attitude Era. Instead it seemed as if their goal was to cram every piece of 'edgy' material into an hour with current superstars commenting on it. Sure they briefly covered "This is your life" from RAW and the Taker/Mankind HIAC match, some of the defining moments of that era, but plenty of other DVDs have done so as well. It felt lazy and rushed, and I wouldn't recommend this DVD to anyone.
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Money, worldwide appeal, positive media coverage, ect...regardless of how you measure success, this was the most successful "era" in the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment history because of it's characters, storylines, and production caught up to the times where the world was having a taste of "Attitude." This is WWE's story of the company during what they called "The Attitude Era" of the late 90's to 2000 told by such talents as Mick Foley, Triple H, Pat Patterson, Jim Ross, Big Show, Mark Henry, Christian, Brian "Road Dogg" James, Rikishi, Stephanie McMahon, Ron "Faarooq" Simmons, Vince Russo, Steve Austin, John "Bradshaw" Layfield and archival commens from Eric Bischoff & Sean "Val Venis" Morley. The biggest bonus here though is that there's no censorship here being a TV-14 presentation just like how WWE was during that era so you saw the middle fingers, the foul language (except what was beeped during the original airing), the only major edits being due to expired music rights (like Undertaker's Limp Bizkit "Rollin'" theme), and no blurring of logos or censoring references to the name "WWF".

The documentary begins briefly talking about the heavy slump that WWE was in during the mid 90's before Mick Foley talks about how the change in philosophy started with more freedom among the talents characters along with Vince's public announcement about their change before going into the change of look for RAW such as how important the entrance music & TitanTron became.
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Fun look back at my favorite WWE era. Only wish a better selection of matches (or more). Perhaps a volume 2 soon? This was when the goody goody face went by the way side. In fact, Kurt Angle's persona was a parody of faces of old. Nice Sgt. Pepper parody on the cover.
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This dvd can go both ways for me i enjoyed watching it but more matches that were actually good. The Val Venis and Rikishi match in my opinion didnt belong in the dvd. I fell they should've had one more hardcore match on the dvd. At the time the hardcore championship was what kept people at the edge of their seat. The best match in my opinion is the TLC match at summerslam 2000 with the Hardy Boyz vs The Dudley Boyz vs Edge and Christian. Overall this dvd is really good has a couple of good matches and a very good documentary.
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What a great set or documentary to return to the era of attitude.
Triple H, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Mark Henry, The New Age Outlaws, The Acolytes, X-Pac, Kane, The Big Show, etc. were all outstanding during this era.
Naked divas, GTV, sex and violence.
No Holds Barred Matches, No Disqualification Matches, Last Man Standing Matches, Falls Count Anywhere Matches, First Blood Matches, Street Fights, Bra and Panties Matches, Steel Cage Matches, Ladder Matches, and TLC Matches all the matches that made this era special.
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