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On the DVD: a trailer, four TV spots, an interview with Joan Allen and 10 deleted scenes (totalling 16 minutes) with optional commentary from director Lurie, all worthy of your attention. But the enthusiastic commentary from Lurie and Allen is the real treat. Crammed with information about the advice on re-editing given by Steven Spielberg, Lurie reveals the fall-out it caused with Gary Oldman. Gossip aside, it's also fascinating to hear him explaining his feminist standpoint after having become father to a daughter.--Paul Tonks --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
An absolutely amazing film, speech at the end still gives me goosebumps. Really inspirational flickPublished 2 months ago by Jamie
Average storyline. Jeff Bridges places a great power hungry President. Sam Elliot as the Chief of Staff is brilliantly mercenary. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr. Philip G. Smith
A bit lacking in cred. Bridges is a savvy President, who eventually manages to screw the baddie (Oldman) to get a woman VP. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr. James F. Mcdonald
Interesting plot with many twists and an unexpected outcome. The final denouement surprised me.
I thought Bridges was convincing and Oldman completely credible. Read more
A good film featuring some great actors.The democratic process being attacked and sacrificed for the vanity and power hunger of our so called leaders.Published 11 months ago by james berry
A very well priced package that arrived quickly, works (not always the case) and provides one of my favourite films. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sean Mcknight
Great performance - acting on a high level. Just saw the spy movie "Tinker, tailer, solder, spy" with Oldmann . Read morePublished 18 months ago by Et
Hi I buyed this dvd called The Contender [DVD]  and when I started to watch it kept skipping and jumping so I was going to try and contact the seller to get my money back... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Darren Asquith