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Finalizada la guerra de Corea, un combatiente norteamericano vuelve a su hogar para encontrarse con que su familia ha sido asesinada por un grupo de delincuentes mexicanos. Película considerada una de las mejores dentro del cine sobre la venganza, es además uno de los filmes preferidos del realizador Quentin Tarantino.

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Finalizada La Guerra De Corea, Un Combatiente Norteamericano Vuelve A Su Hogar Para Encontrarse Con Que Su Familia Ha Sido Asesinada Por Un Grupo De Delincuentes Mexicanos. Película Considerada Una De Las Mejores Dentro Del Cine Sobre La Venganza, Es Además Uno De Los Filmes Preferidos Del Realizador Quentin Tarantino.


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas When a spiritually & physically broken man has the last thing worth living for taken from him... there's going be Hell to pay. 1 de enero de 2016
Por Hose Knows (aka Jinzo Ningen) - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
BOTTOM LINE: This is not a modern action film, nor is it by any means a family-friendly film. It is cold, sadistic, shocking and savage. But of its kind, ROLLING THUNDER is among the first and certainly the best. It's great to finally see it get some proper respect with this solid Blu-ray release. 5 STARS

THE STORY: Major Charles Rane is coming back from Vietnam after spending seven years in a POW camp. Emptied by the years of unrelenting mental & physical torture, he hopes to pick up the pieces of his fractured life: the wife he left behind & the son he never knew. However, his dreams begin to unravel on his first night back, and quickly splinter into a mind-shattering nightmare. When a spiritually & physically broken man has the last thing worth living for taken from him you can bet there's going be Hell to pay. Oh, yes. There's going to be Hell to pay.

THOUGHTS: From writer Paul Schrader, who gave us the brutally unrelenting TAXI DRIVER, comes this blood-drenched tale of betrayal, death, redemption and ultimate retribution. Bill Devane is riveting portraying damaged Vietnam veteran Charles Rane. In every scene he's in you can almost see the emptiness eating away at him from the inside like a cancer. There's a great shot of him sitting on the couch at home that first night back, talking with his wife. As she unloads on him you see his face side-lit in silhouette. The only hint of his eyes are two white points flickering from under the shadow of his brow, like tiny glowing embers. A young Tommy Lee Jones, in one of his earliest roles, plays a fellow POW returning along with Rane. His brief but powerful performance truly impresses; indicating from the beginning what talent he possessed. His character appears even more haunted and damaged than Devane's and Jones says as much with his face & body language as he does with his minimal dialogue. The movie's final confrontation is simple, savage and extremely real-feeling. There are no flashy camera moves, heroic music, witty one-liners or macho posturing. It seems to really be happening, coincidentally caught on-camera for us to stare at, like shameless rubberneckers at a horrible traffic accident. The film is as powerful, entertaining and epic as it is unflinching, stark and bestial. If cold revenge is a dish you enjoy, then dig in. It doesn't get much better than ROLLING THUNDER.

THE BLU-RAY: While not a frame-by-frame restoration, Shout!Factory's hi-def transfer for ROLLING THUNDER is quite strong. It isn't perfect but it's good. The film does have some scratches, dirt & debris, but there's minimal noise, pixelation and artifacting. The sound is a little on the soft side but it's even and clean. A handful of bonus goodies make this an even better value. A newly-shot retrospective piece on the making of the film is first, with separate on-camera interviews from stars William Devane & Tommy Lee Jones, writers Paul Schrader & Heywood Gould, and the film's stunt coordinator. The original theatrical trailer is also included, along with TV & radio spots, and a lobbycard & promo gallery.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A thinking man's revenge film. 10 de febrero de 2015
Por Fred Adelman - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
If you like revenge thrillers with more than a slight political slant, you'll probably do no better than this one, possibly the best film American International released in the 70's. Former POW Charles Rane (the excellent William Devane) returns home with the simple plan of putting the whole war behind him and get back to his wife and son. Only the town will not let him forget his ordeal and give him a stash of 2000 silver dollars (one for each day of his captivity) at a parade given in his honor. To top it off his wife has fallen in love with another man (the local sheriff) and wants a divorce. A bunch of thieves (led by James Best and Luke Askew) break into Rane's house and demand to know where the silver dollars are kept. When Rane refuses to answer they put his hand down the garbage disposal (According to the IMDb: "Famous scene where Rane's hand is put into garbage disposal was originally lot more graphic. There was originally shot of his hand getting destroyed. Scene was filmed with fake hand and lamb shank which made it look very realistic. When movie was previewed, audience members reacted very strongly on that scene. According to writer Heywood Gould; 'One woman fainted, another person ran into the lobby and demanded it's money back, and another guy was so freaked out that he entered in his car on parking lot and crashed into another car'. After that preview, shot of Rane's hand inside disposal was cut out from the movie."). Rane's son gives up the coins and Best and his gang shoot and kill Rane's wife and son and think they have also killed Rane. He wakes up in the hospital, has his destroyed hand replaced with a hook and plans to get even with everyone involved in the robbery. Together with a groupie (Linda Haynes), who wore his POW bracelet while he was in captivity and his angst-ridden POW buddy Johnny (an early role for Tommy Lee Jones), Rane goes down to Mexico to exact revenge. It's bloody, exciting and satisfying. Directed by John Flynn (OUT FOR JUSTICE - 1991) with a particularly grim outlook (prevalent at the time of filming), but I think most of the credit must be given to the literate screenplay by Paul Shrader (TAXI DRIVER - 1976; who wanted Rane to be a racist, but the studio rejected his idea; the Mexicans killed at the end were supposed to be substitutes for Rane killing the Vietnamese during the War.) and Heywood Gould (THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL - 1978), who would both go on to directing careers themselves. ROLLING THUNDER is a must for revenge fans that's not just brain candy but food for thought. Also starring Dabney Coleman, Cassie Yates and James Victor. An Orion Home Video VHS Release. This film gets my highest recommendation and is finally available on widescreen DVD-R from MGM On Demand and a beautiful print on Blu-Ray from Shout! Factory. (Beware of bootleg fullscreen DVD-Rs available on eBay). Rated R.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas WAiting anxiously for this to arrive 5 de marzo de 2013
Por Ignatius Malibu - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
I remember this well from the 70's when I saw it in the Ute Theater in Colorado Springs while stationed at Ft Carson. It was a hit with we military guys as it struck home. Seeing again when it occasionally hits the movie channels, it still carries impact. Action, but real subjects the country was dealing with then ie. the POW issue after Vietnam, trouble adjusting to "normal" family life after returning from combat, infidelity resulting from not knowing if you would ever see your spouse again, the affect on kids, it goes on. These issues are more prevalent now than ever. The unyeilding toughness of the military mind set, Pride of serving, Ethos of the Warrior Brotherhood are all addressed and wind up being how the Protagonists deal with everything. Young William Devane and younger Tommy Lee Jones before he became a recognized name in Hollywood carry the story. One I want in my collection.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Thank you Shout! Factory! 22 de septiembre de 2013
Por Leslie Karen Rigsbey - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
I have not watched the old DVD-R version of this title, but the BluRay is nice indeed. Since the picture is an older one, the definition is not top notch on a widescreen TV, but it is satisfactory considering. The extras are nice to see, especially the interviews with Schrader and the principal players, but an audio commentary would have made this a knockout. The song "San Antone" is mentioned in the DVD commentary on "The Ninth Configuration", another classic film that they just don't make anymore--at all, sadly. In any case, the sound and color and very good, and the package (including the pulpy cover art) is astonishing. As for the film itself, I am truly impressed. I agree with Gene Siskel that this film was one of the best from the class of '77. If you are used to these hormone enraged junk movies of today (like the unmentionable "Transporter" series) then you may be too impatient to appreciate the impact of the climactic shootout, probably the best of its type ever filmed--it rivals "Scarface" (1983) (I would say surpasses it even) for intensity in a climactic shoot out sequence for its choreography (I was perspiring, so I know that the ending works). Great acting by Devane, and it's Paul Schrader of "Taxi Driver" notoriety, so why carp?
Once again, THANK YOU SHOUT FACTORY!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An American International Pictures Classic 2 de agosto de 2012
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I saw this movie when it first came out over 30 years ago, when both William Devane and Tommy Lee Jones had black hair (and I had hair). It was a very basic, vengeance film and I thought the whorehouse scene at the end was fantastic. My favorite line in the movie is when William Devane says to Tommy Lee Jones, " I found the men who killed my son", and Tommy replies, "I'll just get my gear". No other words were needed. This is a Classic American International Schlock movie, but with a great cast like Luke Askew and Dabney Coleman when they were nobodies.


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