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Darkman Trilogy [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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  • Format: AC-3, Colour, Dolby, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Aug 2007
  • ASIN: B000PFUAP0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 111,895 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heroes Don't Die: Darkman Wouldn't Anyway; He's Simply Too Heroic 21 Jan 2008
By SillyMoose - Published on
Darkman is one of the few, truly unique characters you're ever going to find in any media, whether that be movies, books, comics, or cartoons. He's part Batman in his quest to fight crime and bring people to justice in reaction to his own victimization; part Phantom of the Opera in his rage against his disfigurement and freakishness and his deadly accurate skills in murder as well as disguise and in his ability to create and recreate his own underground world; part Hulk in his all-powerful, rage-fueled strength and part Bruce Banner in his scientific expertise; part Invisible Man in his bandaged, overcoated, hat-topped get-up and his ability to uncannily disappear; part The Question in his ability to ask the correct, very intelligent questions that lead him to see right through scams and dark plots and thereby take action to set things right. Like all these characters, he's terribly conflicted, ultimately good (at least when it truly counts in the first movie and nearly always in the second and third installments of his story), and he spends most of his time alone, outcast, and, to a great extent, within a self-imposed exile that is, in part, both shame and penance. As Sam Raimi, Darkman's creator has said, "I decided to explore a man's soul. In the beginning, a sympathetic, sincere man. In the middle, a vengeful man committing heinous acts against his enemies. And in the end, a man full of self-hatred for what he's become, who must drift off into the night, into a world apart from everyone he knows and all the things he loves." With this Franchise Collection, you get the entire three-film, movie franchise. (The only thing that hasn't been re-released is a thirty minute TV pilot.) With this, you'll see Darkman portrayed originally by Liam Neeson and then, in the last two films, by Arnold Vosloo (of Imhotep / Mummy & Mummy Returns fame). Both actors do a fine job. In the first film, simply titled Darkman, Liam Neeson perfectly portrays the wonderfully antic aspects of the character, including a truly scary but hilarious Tin-Man dance using a funnel for a hat that is a classic scene to this day. He is also much better than Vosloo at pulling off the cliche one-liners that somehow become verbally gory when he says them. Granted, Neeson had the benefit of being in a film that had a wonderfully brilliant, magician's bag full of dark-humor. I don't want to spoil the fun by giving out the details; each gag in this film is so good that you want the full effect of the surprise. Suffice it say that you've never seen a more lovable, pathos-inspiring character with such troubling behavior. And the ways in which Darkman carries out the murders of murderers redefines poetic justice. His arch-enemy, Robert G. Durant, is as dead-pan and cold-blooded as crimelord-assassins come. And Durant's goons have to be the best collections of villainous sidekicks ever created. And that's apparent in the first two minutes of this movie. The first Darkman is truly classic and is worth the price of the Franchise Collection alone. And everyone I've known who's seen the first film has felt 100% compelled to see the others. Darkman II: The Return of Durant maintains some of the oddball humor, but it is found in the character of Durant rather than Darkman. And Louis Strack, Jr., the developer who originally called in Durant to kill Dr. Westlake, takes center stage in this film. The story becomes much more serious, and Vosloo brings out the human side of Darkman / Dr. Westlake so that the humor and one-liners are gone for the most part, but a much more truly heroic character emerges. The action here is still remarkable, and you'll love the new underground world that Darkman has erected. The third film, Darkman III: Die, Darkman, Die is about how Darkman has a choice to finally become rehabilitated. The last installment of Darkman's story has seen him make significant human connections. And this film takes that even further, to the point where he truly has a chance at a relationship with a woman as well as a chance to have a daughter. In the end, he is compelled to do make a wonderfully, heroic, loving, human choice. And that's what carries this film off. The villains here are just as memorable, Raimi still has a few gags up his sleeve, but he wants you too see inside Darkman's soul in this film and truly grasp the nature of the world in which he lives. As to practicalities, this 3-film collection is well worth the price. Check different retailers. I purchased it for approx. 14 dollars at the Mart on the wal, if you know what I mean. Others sell it cheaper than I see it here, also. There are no inserts or frills or special features. Not even scene selection. But I've purchased an original copy of the dvd, and there are none there either. Not even scene selection. So, you get everything here, minus original covers. As to the R rating, it's for bad language and nothing else. And the film starts right off with the "F" word. That being said, after explaining the presence of the vile verbals, I have let my children see all of these films. Because they are simply that good. These films have truly heart-rending and heart-warming scenes, and there's no better films for explaining justice and heroism. Go get your Darkman before this thing goes out of print.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great trilogy at a great price Universal's Darkman Trilogy delivers! 24 July 2008
By Jason P. Pumphrey - Published on
Okay it's definatly lacking special features(It only contains trailers for the first two films Darkman and Darkman II(Disc 1,both are on the same dual layer disc,not dual sided mind you,that's a major plus,that means it has the label/artwork on one side and the program on the other!)Disc 3 on the other hand has NO features whatsoever just Darkman III,just the movie and no title screen no nothing!,but that's fine,it was the final and the weekest film in the series!!! Heck the reason I really bought this was actaully cheaper(i got mine for just $5.99 new at a retail store(wont tell the name)than the stand alone Darkman 1(the Sam Raimi directed one) movie!!! For the cut rate price might as well triple the deal for less dough,and it's housed in a nice regualar single size DVD case,so it takes minimal room on the bookshelf!!! A great deal for this great trilogy!!! Like I said before if you want a lot of extras,look elsewhere,If you want a great trilogy of films at a great price then look no further!!! Recommended!!! A+
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good movies; bad package. 4 Jan 2012
By Skinr - Published on
First off, I would like to state that there is no bigger Darkman fan than me. But even I have to admit that this "Trilogy" pack is flawed.

It actually has less features than the individual DVDs of the films. The first disc contains Darkman and Darkman II, as well as the trailers for each. The filmographies and production notes from the earlier releases are missing. The second disc has Darkman III on it, but inexplicably has no features at all--no scene selection, languages, not even a menu! If not for the fact that I bought this new, I'd probably suspect that it was a bootleg.

The quality of the picture is good but not great on all three movies.

In all honesty, it's an affront to fans that, when a franchise collection was finally released, it is actually worth less than the individual releases. The only reason this gets 3 stars is on the strength of the first film, and the passable quality of the second and third. If you absolutely can't find the separate DVDs, you might get this (if only to save space and/or money). But any Darkman diehard will want to stick with their old copies until something better comes along.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Darkman is awesome. As long as he's Liam Neeson. 4 Nov 2012
By KevinB - Published on
I have always loved Darkman. I have had the first movie for years, but this set is great. You get all 3 films on 2 discs. The 2nd and 3rd movies are not even close to as good as the 1st one though. It's impossible to replace Laim Neeson with anyone and expect results. But if you're gonna buy the 1st Darkman movie, you may as well get this set and have all 3 of them. The DVD quality is pretty good. The picture and sound are great. Especially if you have a Blu-ray player, HD TV capability and surround sound. This is the best Darkman release I've seen so far.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars In The Dark There Is Hope....(And Some Spoilers) 13 April 2011
By DarthJustice - Published on
Darkman II was the first Darkman movie I ever saw when I was a kid (on HBO I believe?). In the years since, I have seen all three either on TV and/or a VHS rental. Back in 2008 or 2009, I was walking by the electronic department in Wal-Mart when the trilogy caught my eye in the stand. And for a mere $9 at that.Of course, the box set contains all three movies.

What are these movies about, you may ask? Well the movie's main character is a scientist by the name of Peyton Westlake (Liam Neeson in the first, Arnold Vosloo in the sequels) who is working on a revolutionary severe burn related project. Specifically, synthetic skin that completely covers up any burn wound and remains on the person like it's real skin to the point no one can tell the difference.

In the first movie, his girlfriend is a reporter who unfortunately gets on the bad side of a local mob boss, Robert Durant. Durant tracks down a piece of paper he wants to Westlake's lab where the girlfriend forgot it. Durant ultimately has the lab blown up and (thinking) Westlake killed. In reality, the blast blew him from his lab and only severely burned him over most his body.

Westlake is able to break free from his hospital--where his nerves were removed leaving his brain to feed off adrenaline and his body to increase his strength and unfortunately more or less uncontrollable rage--and re-establish his lab to continue his work.

Westlake takes it upon himself to take down Durant in the first two and a businessman who is secretly a drug dealing mob boss.

To do this, Westlake, as his new identity Darkman, can literally look and sound like anyone thanks to his skin project and ability to alter his voice.

All in all, I do really enjoy these (the third, not as much as the first two but...). They're not the greatest movies ever don't get me wrong but still enjoyable enough if you're looking for a straight-on superhero or action movie. Me? I'd say the franchise as a whole is a favorite of mine.

As for Special Features, unfortunately there are none. None at all. I wish they had at least put in the theatrical trailers or something.

Now, the actors. Larry Drakeman is great as the antagonist mob boss Robert Durant. The villain in Die Darkman Die, well, honestly, it was well enough but I don't think you'll find much talk about the character or his performance. Darkman himself? Honestly, I feel that Liam Neeson did a MUCH better job at playing Darkman than Arnold Vosloo. He got the "uncontrollable rage" aspect of the character done much better. Not that Arnold Vosloo was horrible or anything. Only I liked Liam Neeson better.

The last thing I wanted to mention doesn't really have anything to do with anything. One interesting thing to note is that originally, the sequel order was going to be swapped. Meaning that the Return of Durant was originally meant to be the third movie and Die Darkman Die was going to be Darkman 2. Honestly, I wish they had done it that way. I would have preferred the final movie to be Darkman vs Durant considering their history. I hear it changed because Larry Drakeman's schedule became opened. Oh well, what can you do though.

All in all, perhaps not the best but still fairly decent movies.
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