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  • Dominick & Eugene [DVD] [1989] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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Dominick & Eugene [DVD] [1989] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005O06S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 156,088 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 April 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Having recently just found this golden oldie of a film I cannot stop watching it. The more you watch it, the more you realise how wonderful this film is. It's a story of twin brothers (Ray Liotta) and (Tom Hulce)who live together in a small apartment with their dog, Fred. One brother is studying to become a Doctor and the other brother, who is mentally slow, is helping him out by working as a garbage collector and paying for the bills. Half way through the film, there is some love interest with Jamie Lee Curtis falling for one of the brothers. The film goes on from there with one of the brothers being witness to a tragic accident. All during the film there is some wonderful music and the best music is played at the very end of the film. If you can find a copy of this film, (I am keeping my copy!) you will enjoy watching it over and over again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Jun. 2003
Format: VHS Tape
A tear-jerker of a movie, especially for all those twins out there! Gino (Ray Liotta)is studying at a medical school with a good future ahead of him, whilst at the same time he takes care of his retarded brother Nicky (Tom Hulce). The love interest comes along when Jennifer (Jamie Lee Curtis) who is studying at the same medical school, falls in love with Gino. This makes life difficult for him in more ways than one. There are twists and turns throughout the film which are unexpected at times. Superb performances by Ray Liotta and Tom Hulce. The music throughout is very catchy too. I understand there is limited availability for this film. I will definitely not be parting with my copy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Damien Boyd on 21 Sept. 2006
Format: DVD
I first heard of this film from a book called "what should have been Oscars"..or something of that name. It mentioned this sleeper movie as better than "Rain Man". I tracked it for years and one night (late typically) it was on TV. I taped it and saw a most wonderful movie about normal run-of -the -mill people with big hearts. I just love the acting, the story, the music and the sentiment. Tom Hulce just shows what he can do...truly understated performance as the slow but sentimental brother. The ending instead of being sad turns out to be full of hope against adversary and never fails to make me misty-eyed. That wonderful music so often referred to is the most brilliant "I go to Rio" by Peter Allen. They play a live extended version (that I never been able to get on CD) at the film end and its so wonderful and inspiring. You just gotta see this movie once in your lifetime......................please.
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By Sue on 13 Oct. 2014
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
A Heartfelt Tear Jerker with Terrific Performances 16 Nov. 2001
By Jose R. Perez - Published on
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WOW. If you've never seen this movie, grab a hankie, or a box of them, and be prepared to be touched through your soul. Ray Liotta proves why he is one of our generation's best actors, while Tom Hulce impresses in a way he hasn't done since "Amadeus." I'm one of those folks who absolutely hated the heart string pulls of "Terms of Endearment" which I found manipulative in a not-so-good-way. This flick, in comparison, never works against the viewer, by making us choose a "bad guy" or be antagonistic towards the victim. Therein lies its beauty - this tale of two brothers refuses to victimize either one of them and is therefore startling in its effectiveness. Critics panned the flick during an era where grown men could not cry and get away with it. Today, the message is just as powerful, only men CAN cry without being labeled as anything less than men. This story of two men whose lives are eternally tied together despite their own challenges, hopes and dreams, is a valentine to brotherhood, fraternity and family. In these times of war, "Dominick and Eugene" reminds us what it means to be a family. A wonderful movie you will treasure forever. Just keep the hankies on hand since you're bound to use them.
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Brotherly Love and a Great Story 3 Nov. 2001
By Peter Prainito - Published on
Format: DVD
This is a movie that will leave you changed. A story about two brothers, Dominick (Hulce) a slow-witted garbageman with a heart of gold who supports his Med School brother Eugene (Liotta). These superb actors draw you into their relationship so convincingly that you feel you're witnessing a real life drama instead of a movie. Eugene's love for Dominick is handled with dignity and sensitivity, as he constantly tries to balance his brother's needs with his own. There are so many nuances and revelations in this story that I fear that I can spoil it if I reveal too much of it. Suffice it to say, the purpose of my review is to whet the appetite of the reader without spoiling their dinner. This movie has a lot to say and does so brillantly. Both Hulce and Liotta should have been oscar winners for their performances in this film. Tom Hulce has to be one of the most underrated actors; his performance in "Amadeus" was also brilliant. In that film, he and F. Murray Abraham (best actor) should have both won as best actors. "Dominick and Eugene" is a film that deserves to be owned, it certainly will will get frequent viewings. Highly Recommended!
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Guys, don't get the wrong idea about this movie... 11 Oct. 2001
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
At the time I'm writing this review this film has an average customer rating of 5 stars: perfect, in other words. Is it really that good? Yes, it is really that good. The DVD looks to be without extras of any sort, but it's not that kind of movie anyway.
It is also not a sappy, movie-of-the-week type melodrama, although it would be easy to get that impression. The writing is sharp and sometimes very funny. The cast is terrific, with Jamie Lee Curtis and Todd Graff in supporting parts and the wonderful David Strathairn in a small but key role. Tom Hulce is great as Nicky, but Eugene is in many ways the more difficult part and Ray Liotta is subtle, charismatic and sometimes a little scary as a man with a lot more on his mind than is immediately apparent...
Which brings me to my final point, that this is a subtle, even sneaky film, and it's almost impossible to tell you what's best about it without giving too much away. You could watch the first hour and only have a few hints of what it's really about, but then the film's real subject matter surfaces, suddenly and violently, leading to a climactic confrontation between the brothers which tests both of them and redefines their relationship forever.
And that's about all a spoiler-free review can say, except that this is exactly the kind of movie guys tend to avoid, and a movie every man should see.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Tom Hulce's lovably, heartwarming performance 16 Jan. 2005
By Antoinette Stabio - Published on
Format: DVD
Once again Tom Hulce extends his superior talent toward a character who is not only believably real, but who exemplifies the goodness and innocence that lies inside of all human beings. Tom Hulce became my favorite actor after I saw his comical, yet vulnerably inclined performance in Amadeus. It's unfortunate that he has not been recognized for his list of powerful performances with anything but Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. His ability to take on extremely memorable and complex characters as well as the emotions he imparts through facial expressions is invaluable in an actor and it is one of the features that make Tom Hulce the extraordinary actor he is. He truly embodies the innocence and goodness in Dominick ("Nicky")Luciano. Through Dominick, Hulce instills the importance of the human spirit, emotions, and ties that everyday people are bound to and makes his audience want to search for the uniqueness in every individual.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A great Movie 1 Sept. 2001
By kaabee - Published on
Format: DVD
This movie is great. A fantastic story about a brain damaged sibling working as a trashman to earn money to put his brother through Med School. This is a much better story than Forrest Gump and it's also a much better film. I had seen this movie years before Gump came out and this is everything Gump wanted to be but couldn't be.
The commitment between these two brothers is a wonderful story and shows the depth of character that Hulce can play when portraying a dullard. (He is a much better actor than Tom Hanks). Do yourself a favor and buy or rent this flick, you won't be disappointed.
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