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Entrapment [DVD] [1999]

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  • Actors: Sean Connery, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Will Patton, Ving Rhames, Maury Chaykin
  • Directors: Jon Amiel
  • Language: French, English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Greek, Dutch
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004VY2Q
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 341,415 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 July 2010
Format: Blu-ray
** THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE BLU-RAY VERSION **

I have to admit to a guilty pleasure on this one - I've always liked the wonderfully cheesy "Entrapment" - especially the slightly odd yet very convincing chemistry between the young and beautiful Catherine Zeta-Jones and the old but still incredibly sexy Sean Connery. You genuinely feel that Connery fancies Jones and she likewise - and apparently that was the case. You can see that Connery actually likes and admires her and it gives the film a great dynamic - they seemed to be enjoying themselves rather than just grinning and bearing it.

Which is a shame, because I was hoping that this would be a decent buy on BLU RAY, but it isn't.

The principal reason is not the film itself (which is very entertaining), but the way it was filmed. There's a sort of filtered haze over at least 75% of the print (possibly hiding someone's age my dear?) that now looks even worse - accentuated by its transfer to the mercilessness of High Def. The picture isn't crap, but it's NOT 1080P DEFINED either - and it's absolutely NOT AN IMPROVEMENT over say a dirt-cheap DVD. "Entrapment" on BLU RAY looks murky and poorly executed most of the time - and for a film that was issued in 1999, that's just not good enough.

The Extra Feature is a commentary by Director Jon Amiel, but that's all (no making of, no interviews). Presentation is in Letterbox 16:9 (so it fills the full screen) and languages include French, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Dutch and English For The Hard-Of-Hearing.

I'd say hire this before you buy it. In a slew of badly transferred movies to this great but sometimes frustrating format, this is yet another sloppy reissue.

One to avoid I'm afraid.
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Great film and good performances by the two "stars". To add to the other reviewer's comments I thought Catherine Zeta-Jones quite fancied Sean Connery as well! It all added to the chemistry. I thought the Blu-Ray disc was excellent, pin sharp and a noticeable improvement on an ordinary DVD. My biggest gripe is there are NO "special features". We couldn't even find the director's commentary. It would have been great to see how they did the stunts.
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On the first day of 2016 I was suffering with a massive life threatening hangover after having attacked a bottle of Gin with my wife on new years eve, and into the next morning. Was it worth it, to feel as if my insides have been removed, placed in a tumble dryer and then stuffed back inside me through my anus. No, not really and I won't be doing it again anytime soon. Another thing I won't be doing again soon is watching Entrapment.

I always had good memories of this film and can't think of a time when I have not enjoyed watching it. Until last week that is. I purchased the Bluray and was looking forward to watching it because I am a big fan of Sir Sean Connery. Within a few minutes I was irritated and fed up with it. For one it's a heist movie which most of time makes me yawn. Apart from The Italian Job and Oceans 11.

Now let me just set the record straight here that the faults with Entrapment are not on Connery's shoulders, but rest firmly on Catherine Zeta Jones. She is awful in every sense of the word. I can't put my finger on why apart from when ever she is on screen I want to put a lump hammer through my TV, smash the house up and then drink myself to an oblivion, trying to forget it all and waking up in a puddle of piss. Thankfully I retrained myself and managed to get through the film.

The thing is, Jones, looks and sounds like a British actress trying to be American, by trying to look all cute, with her hair messed up trying to look tiered and eating pizza. Arrrrggghhh. That really made me mad for some reason. Just the way she eats pizza looks fake and as if she thought "yes all Americans eat pizza so I will and I've cracked it". I'd like to crack a bottle over head, I know that!
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Robert MacDougal (Sean Connery) is an art thief who hides himself away in his Scottish castle. But an art insurance investigator, Virginia Baker (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is now on his trail. She seemingly aids him in one last major theft - this time of a priceless Chinese mask - with a view to catching him in the act. Virginia manages to slip away and tell her boss, Hector Cruz (Will Patton) all about the plans; but MacDougal has the place bugged so he knows all about the double-cross. After the duo successfully complete this theft, Virginia persuades MacDougal to go for a bank robbery from the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, just as the world is poised to enter the new millennium in 2000. The dialogue is witty and engaging, and the possibility of romance between the antagonists adds another dimension to the story line. There are further twists in this exciting story, but I shall say no more. Connery and Zeta-Jones play their parts convincingly.
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A very enjoyable movie with a twist at the end. Good pairing of the two main stars and good subplot of would they get together romantically. Slight twist from The Thomas Crown Affair, but still a good movie.
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