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Repo men [Blu-ray]

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Se trata de Repossession Mambo, la historia de un repo man (Law) que se especializa en reclamar órganos artificiales que no han sido pagados. Los repo men son famosos en USA por ser quienes buscan autos, u otras cosas compradas en cuotas y que los compradores han dejado de pagar. En este caso son órganos artificiales. Pero el repo man deberá enfrentarse a otros repo men cuando se vea forzado a escapar al haber robado su propio órgano. Schrieber será el jefe del personaje de Law.

Detalles del producto

  • Actores: Jude Law, Forest Whitaker, Liev Schreiber, Alice Braga, Liza Lapira
  • Directores: Miguel Sapochnik
  • Formato: Blu-ray, Subtitulado, Adulto
  • Audio: Ruso (DTS 5.1), Italiano (DTS 5.1), Alemán (DTS 5.1), Francés (DTS 5.1), Inglés
  • Región: Región B (Más información sobre Formatos de Blu-ray.)
  • Relación de aspecto: Desconocido
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 18 años
  • Estudio: Paramount
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 5 dic 2014
  • Duración: 111 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.8 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B0053CBJI2
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº32.778 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)

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Buena edición en caja metálica, sólo hay que aclarar que es "castellano" y no "español latino" como viene descrito................ fuera de eso está bien.
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Cuenta con sonido DTS 5.1 Castellano, limpio y nítido. En un Home Cinema se aprecia bastante. Cuenta esta edición con escenas eliminadas. Buena compra.
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5 estrellas, todo como esperaba se ve de lujo, gran imagen y grandes sus escenas finales, pero faltan extras. NI UNO.
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Esta película viene tal cual esta en las fotos de portada, la podéis comprar en confianza que no os encontraréis con nada raro, el envío entro en un tiempo razonable, saludos.
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60 de 72 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Healthcare With An Inhuman Touch 1 de abril de 2010
Por B. Merritt - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray
Being summarily clobbered by movie-goers and critics alike, REPO MEN will obviously not be for everyone. But it will be a great movie for the right person, and I was obviously one of those "right" people.

So who is this movie directed at and why? Well, it's a combination of a smart espionage thriller in a science fiction setting, with a little comedy thrown in for good measure. This might sound like a recipe for disaster, but it is anything but. But is it right for you? That's a tough call. If you're in the medical field and are concerned about healthcare insurance, it will definitely pique your interest. If you enjoyed such films as Kill Bill and Bringing Out the Dead, this will be right up your alley.

So why did I rate the film so high? Let's look at it for a minute...

It's topical without being "in your face." It never tells you to believe that private insurance carriers are "bad" and simply shows us a ridiculous possible future where organs are built in factories and everyone who needs a pancreas, a liver, an ear, or whatever, can get one ...for a price. The Union is run by an unscrupulous business man named Frank (Liev Schreiber, Defiance). He's basically a used car salesman trying to get you to sign on the dotted line for organs you desperately need. But make sure you don't miss any payments after you've gotten your new kidney. Why? Because if you don't pay the exorbitant prices and interest rates, your organ will be repossessed. Oh yes, even if it's your heart. How will you survive without it? You won't.

Remy (Jude Law, Closer) and Jake (Forest Whitaker, Where the Wild Things Are) are two of these Repo Men and they're very good at their jobs. With surgical precision, they can track and excise overdue organ owners with gory efficiency. But when Remy is forced to get a new heart and begins falling behind on payments, he begins to see the other side of his previous life.

This sounds like a pretty straightforward premise. A sort of Darth Vader understanding where his son was coming from plot. And that is only partially true. Jude Law does an excellent job playing a tough-guy with absolutely no conscious about ending a person's life if their delinquent on their bill. He is absolutely believable as a disconnected man only interested in money and being a great contract employee for The Union. This is seen early on when we witness him retrieving a liver in a rapid manner, making a beautiful incision and ripping the organ out. He heads to the previous owner's sink, rinses it off, packs it up, and heads out while stepping over the now probably lifeless man. Impressive. The gore is essential here to show the audience exactly HOW disconnected Remy is from humanity.

Jake, his partner, is even further gone than Remy. He enjoys his job so much that he's willing to do anything to anyone in order to ensure he and Remy can keep working together.

In the midst of Remy's life is a relationship that's falling apart and a son who is the only thing that keeps him remotely grounded. But when Remy suddenly needs a heart replacement, things rapidly change. You can see the wheels spinning in the back of his head after he returns to work. Would a Repo Man come after him if he failed to pay? What does it mean to have a piece of metal in his chest where his heart used to be? Does this make him less human? Or, in some bizarre way, does it make him more human? These are questions that are left up to the audience to decide.

The ending was telegraphed just enough to give it a fun twist without coming out of the blue. I kind of picked up on it after a significant fight sequence, and you might to if you pay attention. It is enough of an "a-ha!" moment that'll make some film watchers gasp.

With the current, raw, political climate I think this film was excellently timed to hit the big screen. Think about where our healthcare is going and who you want to control it, and this film will cut into you, too.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas REPO MAN 24 de octubre de 2010
Por Kenyatta Malachi - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
This is an excellent blu ray movie with excellent futuristic visuals set in an ultra modern metropolis. Based on a credit system, if you have an organ transplant, and have not payed your bill on time, instead of paying a late fee, a repo man is sent to repossess the organ while you are still alive! You either die on the spot, or if you have other means for a quick transplant, you better do it before it's too late! Imagine if that became your future, with black market donors being a refuge for those who can't afford it. This movie is insanely excellent with two men whose job is to rip your insides out for pay!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Repossession is Nine Tenths of Jude Law 24 de mayo de 2011
Por Quinn Blackburn - Publicado en
Formato: DVD
Wouldn't it be wonderful if we were able to replace vital organs as needed with no complications? Who wouldn't want to be able to see better, hear farther, live longer, ease the burden of things like Alzheimer's from our loved ones? But nothing comes free, right? In today's consumer-driven society, people generally appear to have great difficult grasping the difference between "necessity" and "desire". However, you better be very clear in your own mind about what both of those things mean to you, as well as possessing a definitive understanding of exactly what you are willing to pay to fulfill either. You better be able to pay in full too, or at the very least, keep up your payments faithfully. Because in this subtly dystopian future, The Union will send repo men to reclaim their products if you don't!

Remy (Jude Law) and his best friend Jake (Forest Whitaker) were soldiers once. Perhaps that made it too easy for them to make the transition into the private sector as repossession agents for The Union. Repo men once recognized by the general public, are most definitely viewed with a fearful respect that is anything but flattering. In fact, this biased view of a jaded society is not only causing Remy to doubt his career choice, it is seriously upsetting the happy apple cart of his marriage.

Still, repossessing the mechanical hearts, livers, eyes, and other essential bits manufactured and sold at exorbitant rates to a mostly willing public is better than trying to finesse a reluctant customer into signing the purchasing contract, isn't it? Those salesmen like Frank (Liev Schreiber), seem like heartless soulless demons devoted to the almighty dollar in comparison. From Remy's point of view, the people who sign those contracts are well aware of what they are getting into, and if they choose to break the law by not paying what is owed in a timely fashion, then surely it is his noble duty to enforce the law by reclaiming the company's property.

He can't understand why his job causes his wife such anxiety or inexplicable anger, or his son discomfort at school and disturbing dreams at night. It's just a job, right? Remy loves his family, but discovers that love isn't always enough to fix what's broken. Now that it's his name on the dotted line, will Remy get his priorities straight before a repo man shows up at his door?

Directed by Miguel Sapochnik, and written by Eric Garcia and Garret Lerner, this film provokes thought, and is complex enough to support multiple viewings. At a run time of 111 minutes, it can feel like it takes it's time getting to the point though, and some viewers will certainly feel as if "the point" becomes meaningless or over-developed as we watch the characters Remy and Jake take form. Perhaps the balance works better in the written work, Repossession Mambo (2009), also written by Eric Garcia, but I have yet to read it for comparison.

If you don't read the subtle clues along the way correctly, the film's plot twist at the end is a good one, sure to dazzle some and disappoint others. The fight scenes were quite well done and entertaining, if not terribly important to the story. Potentially humorous moments fall rather flat as these are not characters given easily to humor or an easy compatibility with their fellow man. Rated for mature audiences due to scenes of a graphic nature, sexual content, language, and violence, Repo Men's overall look is rather slick and edgy.

Ultimately I was entertained, but felt that the overall presentation lacks a few vital elements to really give soul to this work. The focus is so strongly riveted to the dissociative in society, and the tale itself rather choppily delivered, that I feel audiences might have difficulty associating with main characters or really caring about how the story will end. Repo Men is a subtly horrific sci-fi drama made more complete with thoughtful imput from the viewer.

This film displays the potentially bleak existence possible in a society driven by commercialism, trendy surgical upgrades, and unreasoning desire. This is not a happy tale, nor will love, unrequited or otherwise, conquer all. This is an unlikely romance between a man and the dream of what his life could become; a rather Gothic reminder that only death and taxes are true certainties in life, and all too often our greatest dreams become our worst nightmares.

Final Thoughts:

Thought provoking, interesting tale, good cast, great effects and fight scenes.

Potentially disorienting, depressing or off-putting to viewers.

Entertaining, but does not sucessfully fulfill its potential
7 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Better than expected. 25 de agosto de 2010
Por R. White - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
After having seen a couple of reviews before I bought this I was pleasantly surprised to find this film to be much more entertaining that expected. The ending was also a big plus in my opinion.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Bloody, unoriginal, liked it anyway 25 de agosto de 2010
Por CC - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray
No review of Repo Men is going to sway your opinion. You like it or you don't. What I can tell you is that it is completely unoriginal. Take a lot (a LOT) of Logan's Run, add a dash of Brazil, salt it with Robocop's ultraviolence, and then swipe the entire last act of Virtuosity, and you have Repo Men. It's a big, bloody ripoff, but somehow it worked for me. Laughed uncontrollably during some of the more extreme repo scenes... maybe I'm just a bad person, eh?


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