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Have questions for this product? Ask Support. DVD, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 35:1, English, French, Spanish, Subtitled, Dubbed Note: Drop shipping may not be supported for products that SHIP FROM USA. Even though you can still order for your customers, the original suppliers name may appear on the shipping paper. No rating yet for this product. be the first to rate this product. Sending email now. Please Sending out request now. Please Reviewed by Judge Franck Tabouring//December 20th, 2008 Youll never guess what Judge Franck Tabouring is building in his basement. Its Intelligence is relative. Burn After Reading is certainly not one of the Coen brothers best films, but I Born movie cover it a refreshing departure from the dark and powerful tone of last years fantastic No Country For Old Men. This one definitely takes absurdity to a new level, and watching the films eccentric characters do their thing on the screen is nothing short of a wildly entertaining experience. The story first introduces us to Osbourne Cox John Malkovich, a CIA analyst who spontaneously quits his job after being demoted to a different department. Reluctant to jump straight back into the Born movie cover of employment, Osbourne plans to write a memoir, a decision his cheating wife Katie Tilda Swinton cannot help but ridicule. You see, Katie has been thinking about divorcing her husband for quite a while now and takes her lawyers unscrupulous advice to access Ozzys financial status, copying all his computer files onto a CD. Somehow though, and through a series of unfortunate events, the disc ends up in the hands of gym employees Chad Brad Pitt and Linda Frances McDormand, who quickly identify its content as secret CIA shit and decide to blackmail Cox for a load of money. But what seems like a perfect plan at first soon unleashes a horde of terrifying consequences that will drastically change these characters lives forever. As I already mentioned, Burn After Reading is Born movie cover absurd, which means you Born movie cover take anything you see too seriously. Nor should you go look for something that isnt there. The plot is totally chaotic and stuffed with hilarious twists, and if I had only one sentence to describe the film, Id say its an odd screwball comedy focusing on a bunch of idiots who engage mostly in idiotic conversations and make the most ridiculous decisions you can imagine. None of these clowns think at all about what theyre doing, but watching them having to deal with the consequences to their silly actions is plain delicious. Some jokes in the movie work great while others dont cause that much laughter, but its safe to say the comic timing is flawless throughout. The dialogue is hysterically funny. Although it certainly doesnt look like it at first, there is actually a lot more to these weird characters than you may think. Except for Brad Pitts character Chad, whos just overly energetic and enthusiastic about everything, every one of these figures is struggling with some form of misery, desperately trying to find a way out of their respective predicaments. For McDormands Linda Litzke, its her aging body and the absence of a loving boyfriend that gives her a hard time. So, while trying to come up with the money for some cosmetic surgeries, she also goes on blind dates set up through an online matching service. Thats how she meets Harry George Clooney, a charming guy whos married but spends most of his time doing two things: sleeping around and building something utterly mysterious in his basement youll never guess what it is. Harry also has a sexual relationship with Osbournes wife Katie, and Katie, as we already established, stops at nothing to get rid of her husband. Then theres also Ted Richard Jenkins, the manager of the gym Chad and Linda work at. Ted has a strong thing going for Linda, but hes just too shy to reveal his feelings. Most of these miserable characters would do anything to get what they really want, and while some of them may indeed achieve their goals, others are just bound for failure. Finding out what happens to whom in the end is what makes this film so compelling. That said, dont go looking for too deep a message in Burn After Reading. While the depiction of the CIA as a clueless agency that doesnt take intelligence all too seriously earns the movie the description of a spoof on the spy genre, the only lesson I took home from it is the following: if you ever do something incredibly stupid that screws things up big time, make sure to never do it again. While the main story line is by no means as deep and memorable as those of other Coen films, its the amazing ensemble cast that makes this flick so enjoyable. Some of you may disagree with me on this one, but I cant think of another ensemble cast in a comedy this year that works as well together as this one. I especially enjoyed watching Brad Pitt in the role of Chad, a complete moron whos constantly dancing around like a fool and clearly gets to deliver the best lines. Also standing out are George Clooney, John Malkovich and Frances McDormand, who each are in total control of their characters. So far, Ive had a great experience with Blu-ray discs released by Universal, and this one delivers the goods as well. The 85:1 non-anamorphic transfer looks great and boasts a sharp, clean image quality throughout, despite just a few short shots that still look a bit grainy. The DTS-HD Master Audio is flawless, offering viewers with an adequate sound system Born movie cover best high-def surround sound experience there is.

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