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  • Actors: Blake Lively, Taylor Kitsch, Benicio Del Toro, John Travolta, Aaron Taylor-Johnson
  • Directors: Oliver Stone
  • Format: PAL, Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Russian
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Audio Description: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 11 Feb. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,093 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Oliver Stone directs this fast-paced thriller based on the novel by Don Winslow, from a screenplay co-written by the author and Shane Salerno. Living the beautiful life, successful young Californian marijuana dealers, Chon (Taylor Kitsch) and Ben (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), suddenly find their lucrative business threatened when a Mexican drug cartel, Baja, kidnaps their shared girlfriend, Ophelia (Blake Lively), and demands a slice of the action. When Chon and Ben, with the aid of self-serving DEA agent Dennis (John Travolta), decide to resist the cartel's overtures and fight back, all hell breaks loose as the rival camps go head to head in a high stakes war for control. The all-star ensemble cast also includes Benicio del Toro, Salma Hayek, Emile Hirsch and Uma Thurman.


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  • Deleted Scenes
  • Stone Cold Savages
  • Theatrical Feature Commentary with Oliver Stone
  • Theatrical Feature Commentary with Producers Eric Kopeloff and Moritz Borman, Co-Screenwriter/Novelist Don Winslow, Executive Producer/Co-Screenwriter Shane Salerno and Production Designer Tomás Voth

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  • Digital Copy expires February 11, 2015
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Format: DVD
Oliver Stones’ overlong violent thriller has a plot that stretches credulity, a screenplay peppered with risible dialogue and characters which are difficult to empathise with. This is an amoral tale about a couple of Ben and Jerrys-esque marijuana growers and dealers based in Laguna Beach, California threatened with a hostile takeover from a ruthless Mexican Baja cartel that will do anything to achieve its ends. The narrative involves kidnapping, torture, beheading, murder and a nauseating love triangle involving the two dope-dealing anti-heroes and a rich girl with daddy issues. For me, the only vaguely interesting moments of the whole movie were the sit-down negotiations between both sides and the references to percentages, sliding scales and other financial details which were set up to mirror big business. The film features scenery chewing performance from Salma Hayek as the fearsome head of the cartel, Benicio Del Toro as her brutal mustachioed enforcer and John Travolta as a corrupt lawman - but despite their valiant efforts this movie is a massive disappointment and borders on the edge of parody. The ending is something to behold. But perhaps I am being too harsh. I suggest that this is a film to watch on television and so that you can arrive at your own conclusions.
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Chon (Taylor Kitsch) is an ex-Navy SEAL. He grows some fine pot with his close friend and botanist Ben (Aaron Johnson). They share a girlfriend in Ophelia (Blake Lively) who fills in the plot points with narration and claims just because she is telling the story doesn't mean she will be alive at the end. I found her story telling irritating at times.

As fate would have it, the evil Mexican cartel wants to combine businesses. Our guys tell them, they want out, and they can have the whole thing. The Mexicans didn't like that answer. In order to ensure cooperation the cartel kidnaps Ophelia as the guys form a rescue plan. Ben must quickly learn to kill without the aid of any training or a music montage. Our heroes must walk a fine line between disrupting the cartel while working for them.

I liked Oliver Stone more when he made his historical films with a "truthiness" aspect to them. Now he thinks he is Tarantino. The film was certainly watchable and made very well. I believe it was beneath Stone to have done the film. The ending I thought was a mess and needed better developing...but at the same time if Tarantino did it, it would be genius. This is a love it or hate it type of film. I will take the middle ground.

GUIDE: F-bombs, sex, nudity, brief rape, torture.
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This film does have eye candy for everyone. Blake Lively and Salma Hayek for some, Taylor Kitsch and the other bloke for others, or all of them if that's your bag...

As a crime film or even an action film though, it's poor. I haven't seen Traffic yet, but I suspect that Savages is like that crossed with Hackers. There are 25 year old push-biking money launderers, cargo pant wearing 'ex Seals' with cool guns and drug cartels run by sexy but ultimately motherly figures played by Ms. Hayek (see above).

Actually, that doesn't sound all bad, but the acting and script are. I couldn't work out at one point whether Aaron Taylor-Johnson was pretending to be a poor actor because he was playing a scene where he has to act (don't ask), or whether he's exactly that. Blake lively comes over as a valley girl made out of cardboard. I don't really know what a valley girl is because we don't have them in Stockport, but I'm sticking with that description.

Turning to the script: Someone is paranoid - maybe they should 'lay off the kush'; that's a drug reference you know. And even after all the shooting's done and everyone is off on an extended gap year, Chon (yes that's his name) and Ben's weed still 'crops up from time to time'...

The skyping and the video'd executions are actually quite realistic from what I've read of the Mexican drug wars, but even they are shot in a heavy handed fashion.

Colourful, possibly youth oriented, but still tosh.
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I like Oliver Stone films generally, and I was excited to see this one, but this is a real mess. I gave it 2 stars because it could have been worse. It had no interesting characters, no-one to care about at all, no real plot or story - just a 'situation', and the ending didn't really make any sense - in fact, it was a total mess. The acting was enough for the one-dimensional characters, but that's it. I thought that the film might be a brutal warning against the allure of drug trade - easy money, sex, power, etc - but it didn't even go there. To be honest, I don't really know what it was about. A film by Oliver Stone with Benicio Del Toro, Selma Hayek and John Travolta about drug cartels sounds really promising, but this fails deliver on any point. It wouldn't surprise me to learn that Stone was rewriting this as he was shooting it. Who knows. Stone can do better, hopefully.
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By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 29 May 2013
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I know of acclaimed director, Oliver Stone, who released one stylish, deep-thinking, gritty classic film after another. Now, we find that someone else has only gone and stolen his name and is releasing films, pretending to be him... oh, wait, my mistake - it IS Oliver Stone.

Perhaps, Oliver Stone has suffered a nasty knock to the head recently and been duped into taking on this film when he wasn't thinking straight? Or maybe he was kidnapped by aliens and replaced with an identical clone who makes this sort of movie. Either way, it's hard to believe that the man who made Platoon, JFK and Natural Born Killers would stoop so low.
Actually, that's unfair. If you're into gangster-type films and you just so happened to watch this, you may think it wasn't that bad. Nothing brilliant, but certainly not rubbish. And you'd be right. However, it's an OLIVER STONE film, therefore with that sort of quality name attached to it, you just expect much more.

It's about a trio of drug dealers (two men and one woman), all of which are `in love.' Then, one day their threesomes are interrupted by a nasty ol' Mexican cartel demanding they take over their business. Then, to make matters worse, the Cartel Cliche only go and kidnap the two guys' girl, leaving them with no one for their ménage a trois. Therefore, they have to go on a rampage to get her back.

Now, this set-up leaves us with some awkward questions. First of all the three `heroes' are all drug dealers. They live a carefree and lavish lifestyle and it's hard to give a damn whether they get completely wiped out by the Mexicans or not. Secondly, the girl (or Blake Lively) is possibly the most annoying on-screen character this side of Jar Jar Binks.
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