Thelma & Louise 
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DVD Special Features:
Audio Commentary with Director Ridley Scott
Audio Commentary with Geena Davies, Susan Sarandon and Writer Callie Khouri
The Last Journey Documentary
Original Promotional EPK
Alternate ending with Directors commentary
Over the edge - Multi Angle Storyboard Sequences
Storyboard Sequence-The Final Chase- Angle 1
Storyboard Sequence- The Final Chase - Angle 2
Home video preview
'Part of Me, Part of You' Music video
Theatrical Trailer & TV Spots
Thelma and Louise Photo Gallery
Language: English, Dolby Digital
Subtitles: English for hard of hearing, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Portuguese, Polish, Greek, Hungarian, Hebrew, Turkish, Czech, Croatian, Slovenian.
Thelma and Louise is as extraordinary and admirable a film in retrospect as it was when it was first shown. Nothing has dated about its tale of two waitresses who decide that being outlaws and eventual death on their own terms is better than putting up with any more nonsense from husbands, boyfriends, rapists and offensive strangers.
Ridley Scott's direction is almost impeccable; Callie Khourie's script is intelligent, without being patronising, about the lives of blue-collar women; and the central performances from Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon are finely judged in the way they show hidden capacities in two ordinary people gradually opening up. The secondary performances are remarkable as well, most notably Harvey Keitel as the policeman with a heart who tries and fails to save them, and Brad Pitt as the beautiful boy whose casual thievishness dooms them even further.
On the DVD: Thelma and Louise comes to DVD in its original widescreen ratio of 2.35:1 and with high quality Dolby 5.1 sound that brings out fine details of the Country score and the atmospheric noises of fast cars and lonely places. This special edition also comes with two commentaries, one in which Ridley Scott discusses his conception of the film in painstaking detail, and a delightful one in which Khourie, Davis and Sarandon charmingly bitch their way through the whole film. There is more of this in the excellent making-of documentary, "The Last Journey", which includes a subtly different alternate ending, as well as a comprehensive set of deleted scenes, notably a more tender alternate version of the Davis/Pitt love scene. --Roz KaveneySee all Product description
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From the way the title sequence opens with it’s breath-taking landscape and musical score which draws you in, you know this is something above the norm. The title actually foreshadows the film itself, stating off grey and promising, blossoming in the middle and dark and brooding at the end. If the film has a flaw, it’s in the fact that almost all the men are negative, self obsessed types but in some ways that helps to highlight the changes we see in the women and despite their escalating criminal behaviour they remain ‘good at heart’ characters, keeping the support and attention of the audience.
The 15 age rating is appropriate due to swearing and some scenes of graphic, physical and ‘adventure’ style violence, whilst the few sex scenes contain mild nudity. It’s a tale of self discovery, self fulfilment and friendship, deserving of a ***** and with a great, diverse soundtrack, it is highly recommended.
The lead roles are just perfectly played and its action all the way. The climax is just perfect too. Who wouldn’t get to like these girls? Having said that this film must contain some of the best looking men any film could treat its female audience to? Oh come on gals – I just know you’d be line-dancing with them!
I have watched more than a dozen or so, of the so called top road movies over the last couple of months, this is right up there with the best of them. It simply has everything. It’s a two hour blast and brilliantly put together.
It didn’t manage to win any of the top awards but won plenty of the minor ones. It was a huge box office winner – trebling its budget outlay.
I just love this movie...
Having only owned this on VHS, I went for the Blu-Ray as there is lots of grand vistas in this movie.
I would say it's worth it, but perhaps not by much, or perhaps better on a larger screen (mine is 32").
I did not notice any of the negative comments such as unreal colours etc, it was wonderfully crisp and sharp and the colours reflected the original cinematography very well.