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Last Of The Mohicans [DVD] [1992] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x905a4960) out of 5 stars 599 reviews
69 of 71 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x904dc6fc) out of 5 stars Wonderful film, but this is not it. 15 Dec. 2013
By Hitch - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I glanced over some of the 5-star reviews and it's obvious the people are just reviewing the Theatrical Version they saw back in the day or have on VHS. THIS IS NOT THE THEATRICAL VERSION!! I was so ticked when I bought this, first you just think your memory is a little fuzzy, but after about 3 or 4 scenes where lines, music, and camera cuts just don't seem right you finally realize this film has been butchered with great parts being taken out and next to useless parts being put in. Please reviewers: Review THIS product, not the film we all love.
73 of 77 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90e7ded0) out of 5 stars Worst Directors Cut In History!! 2 Mar. 2008
By B. D. Pentecost - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I simply want to keep what so many others have said at the top. This is the worst directors cut ever. It is so bad that I would rather watch Lucas's butchered versions of Star Wars over and over again before watching this.

Not only was one of the best musical moments in film history removed, but one of the worst pieces of dialogue was put in! Honestly, do we need another guilt trip speech about the raping of this land? It's totally unnecessary and doesn't fit. In fact, that message was more clear before this dialogue was added. All that added dialogue did was pull you out of any feelings you were having about what has been done to the American Natives. Myself, having some of that blood in me can say that with complete sincerity.

I would beg Fox to put out the original theatrical version of this film on DVD, but it will most likely never happen. As I see there are endless complaints here and they have yet to do it. If you really really want to see this movie, rent it. Don't waste your money on this horrible version of a once terrific film.
70 of 75 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x905aeb94) out of 5 stars Great date movie but an extremely disappointing Director's Expanded Edition DVD 24 Mar. 2006
By Lawrance Bernabo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I consider Michael Mann's 1992 version of "The Last of the Mohicans" to be a great movie, and one of the best date movies of all time. You think I am kidding? Find a better combination of action and romance that this film. Nathaniel (Daniel Day-Lewis) runs through the forest with an intensity that is frightening and when he finally gets tired of just looking at Miss Cora Munro (Madeleine Stowe), he does not need words, just the sound of a fiddle being filled in by a string section. That is why I can also say try to find a movie with better music for both the action and the romance (I figured out how to play the main theme on a cheap mini-organ). But I will not belabor the point because I have to think I am preaching to the choir when it comes to speaking of the quality of this film (Just avoid the book, because I could not get halfway through Cooper's novel).

But this Special Edition DVD is a disgrace and the fact that here we are more than a half a decade latter since this DVD came out and we still do not have something worthy of this film. This DVD loses one star right off the bat because here is what it describes as being "BONUS FEATURES": widescreen format, scene selection, and subtitles. Excuse me for living, but I would consider those standard. I have a DVD of "Zulu" that has all of those things (albeit only four chapters) and still has biographies to read. The standard for special editions has been set by James Cameron, first with "The Abyss" (on Laser Disc originally) and then on "T2." Just look at what ever DVD you think gives you everything you want and more about a favorite movie and compare it to this barren effort.

This DVD loses a second star because what has been added to the film as part of the "Director's Expanded Edition" actually takes away from the film. To tell you the truth, I did not think that was possible. But the scenes that are added to the film do not add anything significant. They come across as padding rather than adding depth, so just make them deleted scenes. But even worse, there are a couple of well remembered scenes for which the music and editing have been changed to the point that the scenes are just not the same. Even my kids picked up on this (we still have the laser disc). There are few films I have enjoyed more than "Last of the Mohicans," but it is currently the most disappointing DVD in my collection because I know what it should be.

The one strength of this disc is that the screen ratio is back to the original, which is NOT TRUE about the Laser Disc or the Widescreen Video Tape. For proof look at just one scene, the one where the British leave the fort and get attacked on both sides by the Magua's warriors. When I saw the film in the theater it was this scene that made me immediately think: "They HAVE to do this widescreen. Anything else destroys the film." I remember that Cora and her sister rode their horse over to a tree on the right, got off, and hid behind it. On the VHS and the Laser Disc I could not see that. I thought I was crazy and had imagined that part of the action, but when the movie aired on TV the scan and pan caught the scene. So the good news is that on this DVD you can see everything.

If you loved this movie, by all means, rent the DVD and check it out. But be prepared to be disappointed. I watched the movie again and there are still scenes I love, but then one of those "expanded" moments comes along and it makes me want to cry. I have been waiting this entire century for them to go back and juice up this DVD as Cameron finally did with "Titanic." I want a DVD edition worthy of this film and my patience will run out by the end of this decade.
52 of 57 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90af7b94) out of 5 stars Original is Better 16 Jun. 2009
By John Cook - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The Last of the Mohicans is my all-time favorite movie--that is in the original format. The DVD sold in the US is the Director's Cut and leaves me with disgust and outrage. The war at the fort is now way too long and my most favorite moments have now been deleted and replaced with counterfeit moments. The music does not even seem to flow the same way. I went to Wal-Mart the other day and found a DVD just entitled The Last of the Mohicans, but don't be fooled. Notice carefully that whoever packaged it is obviously feeling the heat of those like me that feel the same way. They carefully place a paper over the what is truly the original. It is the worse-than-awful Director's Cut. If you want the best edition, buy the VHS version if you can find it or the version from Great Britain which is owned by Warner Brothers not Fox. Even with the lesser quality of the VHS over a DVD, you still will walk away with a far better deal.
31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90659e04) out of 5 stars 5 stars goes to the movie not the directors expanded version 27 Nov. 2012
By Dawn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First and foremost, I must say that I absolutely love this movie! I could not find myself to take off any stars because I feel I would be doing an injustice to the magnificent actors and actresses that starred in it. 2 days before receiving the directors expanded version by mail, I watched the theatrical version through you tube (thank goodness for the generous soul who uploaded that version). I completely and utterly agree with the masses, when they say, that the important lines that help create the movie are missing in this version.

It is very difficult to understand why Mr. Mann would choose to delete such monumental lines from the movie. Specifically referring to this scene:Hawkeye: He said "Do not try to understand them". Cora Munro: What? Hawkeye: Yes, and, "do not try to make them understand you. That is because they are a breed apart and make no sense".(I almost threw something at my flat screen while watching this version becasue this line was not in it!!!) A big portion of the movie is made up of picturesque scenes that complete this film, and those too were shortened by this version! In any case, I will definitely be buying the Definitive version
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