Brooklyn‘s Finest on Blu-ray is a very nice release. With an amazing cast including Richard Gere, Don Cheadle, Wesley Snipes and Ethan Hawke along with smaller roles by Ellen Barkin, Vincent D’Onofrio and Will Patton the cast has some amazing actors and all give above-average performances. Brooklyn’s Finest is about cops in Brooklyn dealing with their surroundings and each has their own major hurdle to get over. Hawke’s character is supporting a wife who is pregnant with twins and also having other kids and a house that is falling apart. How is he supposed to do right by his family on a cop’s salary? Cheadle’s character is an undercover cop being used to set up a recently released prisoner who saved his life when he was undercover in jail. Gere is a week from retirement, not willing to take risks that could cost him his life, he is forced to train rookie cops and learn how to live life as an everyday citizen. Snipes plays a recently released convict wanting to go straight but finding himself irresistibly drawn back into a life of crime, hoping to make one final score to fund his post-criminal life. Brooklyn’s Finest is a tough police drama that is a bit of a downer but a very good movie none-the-less.
Blu-ray Details –
Special Features –
- Audio Commentary With Director Antoine Fuqua
- Chaos & Conflict: The Life Of A New York Cop
- Boyz N The Real Hood
- An Eye For Detail: Director Featurette
- From The MTA To The WGA: Writer Featurette
- Deleted Scenes
- Three Cops And A Dealer: Character Profile
- Brooklyn’s Finest HD Theatrical Trailer
- Additional Trailers – Spartacus: Blood and Sand, The Crazies, Pandorum, Law Abiding Citizen, The Ultimate Fighting Championship
2nd Disc –
- Digital Copy
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- DVD: Brooklyn’s Finest, For retail & rental (Momentum) (independent.co.uk)
- BROOKLYN’S FINEST DVD Review (collider.com)
- Brooklyn’s Finest Being Filmed on Lower East Side  (gawker.com)
- Redbox gives green light to Blu-rays (variety.com)
- Redbox brings $1.50 Blu-ray rentals to 13,000-plus kiosks, across the US by fall (media.venturebeat.com)
Hi all. A batch of new movies to review has arrived.
Blu-rays -The Evil Dead (Sam Rami, Bruce Campbell), The Vampire Diaries Season 1, Time Bandits (Sean Connery), The Long Good Friday, Withnail & I (George Harrison (Beatles) Producer), Hatchet (Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Tony Todd)
DVD – Woodshop (Jesse Ventura)
Personal Collection (Blu-rays) – Entrapment (Sean Connery, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ving Rhames), The Transporter (Jason Stathan), The Usual Suspects (Kevin Spacey, Bryan Singer, Kevin Pollack, Gabriel Byrne), Wolf (Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, James Spader)
Ordered – Rising Sun (Sean Connery, Wesley Snipes), Unfaithful (Richard Gere, Diane Lane), The Amityville Horror (Margot Kidder, James Brolin), Final Destination (Ali Larter, Devon Sawa)
Blu-rays – $5 A Day (Christopher Walken, Amanda Peet, Sharon Stone), Abandoned (Brittany Murphy’s Final Movie), After. Life (Liam Neeson, Christina Ricci), Beatdown (Bobby Lashley, Eric Balfour, Danny Trejo), Brooklyn’s Finest (Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke, Wesley Snipes, Don Cheadle), Bull Durham (Kevin Costner, Tim Robbins, , The Diplomat, Escape From New York (John Carpenter, Kurt Russell, Donald Pleasence), Kalifornia (Brad Pitt, David Duchovney, Juliette Lewis), Lock Up (Sylvester Stallone, Donald Sutherland, Tom Sizemore), The Man With No Name Trilogy (Clint Eastwood), Mother, The New Daughter (Kevin Costner), Puppet Master, Puppet Master : Axis Of Evil, Rambo: The Complete Collector’s Set (Sylvester Stallone), Someone’s Knocking At The Door, The Warlords (Jet Li)
DVDs – Acceptance, Castle Freak, Deadly End, Helen (Ashley Judd), Thief Undercover, Under The Mountain (Sam Neil)
Some of these are older titles still having to be viewed/reviewed due to lack of time because of my mom’s health. There are some other titles I can’t recall offhand, but will post later in an edit.