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Dazed And Confused [Edizione: Regno Unito]

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  • Audio: Inglese
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Sottotitoli: Latin Spanish, Francese canadese
  • Sottotitoli per non udenti: Inglese
  • Regione: Tutte le regioni
  • Numero di dischi: 1
  • Studio: Universal Pictures
  • Data versione DVD: 25 lug. 2011
  • Media recensioni: 4.2 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (4 recensioni clienti)
  • ASIN: B004VLZV1C
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 94.669 in Film e TV (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Film e TV)
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O i sogni aiutano a viverla ? Battutacce a parte il titolo italiano è la solita storpiatura dettata dal politically correct e mortifica un film che è rimasto ingiustamente di nicchia ed è tutto da riscoprire. Per i giovani per comprendere come si possa realizzare un film divertente ma non per questo banale e stereotipato, per i meno giovani per rivivere un i tempi della spensieratezza nei magici anni 70 ! La ricostruzione del periodo è fedelissima per abbigliamento e le affascinanti muscle car dell'epoca. La colonna sonora è poi da urlo con una valanga di pezzi dei gruppi rock più rappresentativi dell'epoca ! Divertimento assicurato...
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La fedele fotografia di un'epoca, racchiusa in un giorno particolarmente significativo: l'ultimo giorno di scuola. Sarà che anche io ho concluso il mio liceo nello steso anno, ma, nonostante le ovvie differenze, il film mi ha restituito le atmosfere di quegli anni.
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Di Alberto il 19 maggio 2015
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Filmetto non impegnato tipicamente anni '80 (anche se del '93)
Grande colonna sonora,tanti visi che poi sarebbero diventati
famosi nell'arco di 10 anni.
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Di Cliente Amazon il 31 dicembre 2015
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Ottimo film ricevuto in tempo e in ottime condizioni.
Il film è in lingua originale ed ha anche la versione doppiata in altre lingue
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27 di 27 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Dazed and Confused differences 11 agosto 2011
Di John Lindsey - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Acquisto verificato
Criterion

Audio commentary by director Richard Linklater
Making Dazed: Fifty-minute documentary by Kahane Corn
Rare on-set interviews and behind-the-scenes footage
Footage from the ten-year anniversary celebration
Audition footage and deleted Scenes
Original theatrical trailer
Booklet featuring essays by Kent Jones, Jim DeRogatis, and Chuck Klosterman; memories of the film from the cast and crew; character profiles; and the original film poster by Frank Kozik

VS

Universal

Deleted Scenes (SD; 14:27) offers a few bridging scenes, including some dealing with the infamous "pledge" the Coach wants everyone to sign. The video quality of these scenes is pretty spotty at times.
The Blunt Truth (SD; 4:21) is a parody of the old Educational Films documentaries many of us were forced to watch growing up in school, this one of course about the horrors of marijuana use.
Retro Public Service Announcements (SD; 2:03) are two PSA's which play like parodies but are actual vintage pieces, one about venereal disease (replete with bouncy theme song, and no I'm not kidding) and the other the famous littering ad featuring the crying Native American.
U Control has only one fairly lame toggle switch giving information on the tunes that fill the soundtrack.

I am getting the Criterion due to better extra features than the Universal extra features, I hope it will help deciding on your purchase!
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle BUY THE CRITERION BLU-RAY AN EXCELLENT HD TRANSFER & LOTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES 19 settembre 2016
Di Ben30 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Acquisto verificato
this Universal blu-ray of the 1976 retro based film Daze and confused
is barebones has no extras don't waste your money on it
however Criterion collection has also reissued the film on blu-ray
and the 1:85:1 HD transfer does look excellent very nice sharp & clear picture quality about 10/10
plus the sound quality is new 5.1 master audio mix
plus Criterion has added lots & lots of extras, over 1 hrs worth for sure
BEER BUST AT THE MOON TOWER Documentary
Character interviews-rehearsal footage from 1992- 41min in 1080p HD
Cast & Director interviews- 48mins in 1080p HD
plus some Behind the scenes footage about 30mins worth
plus some more Audition clips- 24mins worth
MAKING DAZED- 2005 Retrospective Doco -46mins in 1080p HD
DELETED SCENES IN HD -26mins of Deleted scenes
plus a new commentary by Director Richard Linklater, the commentary is from the Criterion dvd of the film
plus a thick booklet and theatrical trailer
incredible all this content on 1 Disc
5 stars for the Criterion blu-ray which is region A locked, 1 star for the Universal blu-ray
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle School's out for summer 22 febbraio 2016
Di DVW - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Life, sliced to perfection, by one of our best directors, Richard Linklater. The year is 1976, the Bicentennial. The setting is Austin, Texas. The story: nonexistent, at least in terms of a standard movie. It takes a great artist to pull something like this off. Linklater relies on his period-setting and his characters to involve us in his movie. Oh, and the bitchin' soundtrack, too. :)

Which, it should be noted, is all stoner arena rock from the period. This was a year before "Saturday Night Fever", and these kids -- well, the dudes -- wouldn't have been into KC & the Sunshine Band, anyway. Instead, we get "Sweet Emotion" by Aerosmith. We get KISS. We get Ted Nugent. We get Foghat. We get whoever the hell did "Free Ride". Rock, roll, dope, and muscle cars: Linklater knew his town and his culture in the period of his youth. Only Paul Thomas Anderson (cf. "Boogie Nights") has proved to be as strict a perfectionist as Linklater when it comes to period-detail.

Of course, Linklater was updating George Lucas' "American Graffiti", moving things up two decades, and one has to wonder if the result surprised even him: the social "feel" of the Seventies was really much closer to the Fifties than it was to even the Eighties, I can assert with certainty (Class of '86 right here). Cars and cruising were still de rigueur, as was hazing of freshmen (the girls' version was really quite elaborate), and the importance of being a jock. The Sixties had intervened, giving the kids marijuana and long hair, but school life from the Fifties is still recognizable here. Well, the massive importance of high school football in Texas also makes jock life an almost mandatory phenomenon to cover.

Indeed, if there is a story here, it's Jason London's. He's the good-looking, sensitive quarterback who has been given a choice: sign the school's "voluntary" pledge to refrain from using drugs and alcohol in order to stay on the football team ... or not. London resists, to the dismay of his coaches and some of his teammates. Granted, some of the free-spirited pixie dust from the Sixties, still redolent in '76, influences him, but mostly it's because he doesn't like the notion of being bossed around. He wants to live life on his own terms, even in high school. This, of course, makes him a hero. And he was lucky: several years later, and it's Reagan, and the "voluntary" pledge becomes "mandatory". So much for freedom. Linklater, all the way back 1993 when this movie was made, is making a quiet comment on how much we have ceded to authoritarianism.

Finally: along with introducing much fresh talent (read the cast list and be amazed), Matthew McConaughey exploded on the scene with this movie. Wooderson: quite simply one of the greatest supporting roles in movie history, nailed to exquisite perfection by one of our most personable actors. All right, all right, all right.

5 out of 5. I've loved this classic for 23 years. Sobering note: in 1993, the Class of '76 was 34 years old. As I write this (February 2016), they are, or will be, 57 years old ... and Wooderson can now collect Social Security and Medicare. Rust never sleeps.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle One of my all time favorites! 8 febbraio 2014
Di ahoffoss - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This review is strictly my opinion of the MOVIE itself!

*******That being said,...there WILL be spoilers!*******

This movie takes place in the Bicentennial year, 1976. It follows several groups of high schoolers during the last day/night of school. Some returning Seniors next year and some entering as lowly Freshmen. The movie begins with the football players meeting up for the last periods of class and getting into a confrontation with their coach, whom wants them all to sign a "promise" to keep out of trouble (among other things) during the summer. Everyone agrees except the quarterback, Randell "Pink" Floyd (Jason London). He thinks it's stupid to have the players sign it and disregards the letter. Off to class. In the halls we meet, Slater (Rory Cochrane), the local stoner. Pickford (Shawn Andrews), the local dealer, fills in Slater about his killer party that night and agrees to meet Slater earlier for a little "something" which excites Slater. During this time, we meet Benny O'Donnell (Cole Hauser), who is in woodshop crafting a new "paddle". This leads us into the introduction of next years incoming Freshmen class! But not before we are introduced to O'Bannon (Ben Affleck). Apparently, O'Bannon failed his Senior year and comes back just to torment the incoming Freshmen for another year. Either way, they all head off to the Middle School.

This is where we meet Mitch Kramer (Wiley Wiggins). He is the younger brother of Jodi Kramer (Michelle Burke), a popular soon-to-be Senior. Outside the Seniors express their desire to thrash the incoming Freshmen all at once and make sure to tell Kramer they're especially coming for him. After hearing their threats, the Freshman make a break for it after school and luckily get away unscathed (for now).

After the local baseball game, Mitch Kramer is finally caught by the Senior guys and is given a SEVERE beating with the paddle. Apparently, this is more a term of endearment to Kramer as they invite him to Pickford's party that night. Of course, the party gets cancelled when the beer guy shows up 3 hours early and Pickford's parents refuse to leave for the weekend. They all decide to go to the local hangout, The Emporium, to shoot pool and drink beer. It is here that we first hear the famous words, "Alright, alright, alright,..." by the one and only, Wooderson (Matthew McCanaughey). Wooderson is THAT guy that every town has that never really does anything with his life and continues to hang around the high school (even though he's around 30 or something). During this time girls are met, beers are drank, pool is played, crimes are committed, and O'Bannon is finally given the proper revenge for his past actions. Afterwards, the whole crew decides to throw a beer bust at the "Moon Tower".

The moon tower is apparently an abandoned oil rig of some sorts? But the movie finishes out with everyone hanging out and causing trouble.

There is a LOT of story elements I left out because I don't want to give everything away and you really just need to see it for yourself. Again, this movie is SPECTACULAR! Total classic that will be watched by my kids and my kids kids! Hopefully.

FINAL VERDICT: If you haven't already watched this,...WATCH IN NOW!!!!
5.0 su 5 stelle Great Funny! 26 giugno 2016
Di Michael - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Acquisto verificato
If you are looking to reminisce about the late seventies or enjoy a good comedy you are going to enjoy this film. This film has a lot of sexual references, marijuana and alcohol use so I wouldn’t show it to young children. This film was based on the true times of Writer/Director Richard Linklater (School Of Rock) and has become a cult classic. This film is the closest I have ever seen to portraying the way things really were. I was a Nerd/Head in late 70s so I didn’t really relate much to the jocks in this film but the choices and freedoms of that era are accurately presented. This film features up-and-comers Matthew McConaughey in his first ever film and debuts his catchphrase “Alright, alright, alright”, Ben Affleck, Parker Posey and Milla Jovovich. Music by Aerosmith, Black Sabbath and Kiss.


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