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The Town: Blu-ray & DVD (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 31 January 2011

Featuring: Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall & Jon Hamm

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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Ben Affleck directs and stars in this gritty heist thriller from the mean streets of Boston. Brit actress Rebecca Hall ('Red Riding Trilogy') and John Hamm ('Mad Men's' Donald Draper) also star in this ultra-tense, Oscar-tipped tale of a career criminal who falls in love with one of his victims.

As he plans a job that could result in his gang's biggest score ever, a longtime thief plans a way out of the life and the town while dodging the FBI agent looking to bring him and his bank-robbing crew down. In addition to heading an electrifying cast, Ben Affleck also directed and co-wrote this suspenseful, critically-acclaimed crime thriller that unfolds - and often explodes - across gritty Boston locations.

  • Iincludes the movie on 2 formats: Blu-ray & DVD !
  • Feature (theatrical cut - 125m)
  • Feature (extended cut -148m)
  • DVD of feature (theatrical cut)
  • Digital Copy
  • Theatrical Commentary With Ben Affleck (RT: 120 minutes)
  • Extended Cut Commentary With Ben Affleck (RT: 150 minutes)
  • Ben's Boston:
  • Pulling Off The Perfect Heist (RT: 3:33 minutes)
  • Charlestown: Capitol of Bank Robbers (RT: 4:52 minutes)
  • Nuns With Guns: Filming In The North End (RT: 4:48 minutes)
  • The Real People of The Town (3:01 minutes)
  • Ben Affleck: Director & Actor (RT: 7:31 minutes)
  • The Cathedral Of Boston (RT: 7 minutes)

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 Average rating (23 reviews)

 The Town

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Subtitles on this Blu-ray disk is
English,French,German,Italian,Spanish,Dutch,Danish,Finnish,Norwegian,Portuguese and Swedish.

The Dvd has only English Subtitles

 Very Good Crime Drama

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The Ben Affleck Comeback continues in stunning fashion.
Heard good things about this movie from when it was released, so was really looking forward to it.
The film has a similar thing going on to Gone Baby Gone, as in all the cards are on the table at the halfway point, and then you are gripped as too what will happen next.
Very well acted by everyone, Jeremy Renner being the standout. John Hamm and Ben Affleck also both very good.
The direction by Affleck is calm, assured, and respectful to the viewer.
He knows the viewer has come to watch a tightly paced drama, and he doesn't rush things.
Becoming a really good director, so will be in line to watch his next directorial venture

 BOSTON ILLEGAL!

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Ben Effleck goes all Michael Mann in his second feature after 2008's brilliant Gone Baby Gone.
The Town just shows that he has got his respect back after dumb J-Lo movies and historically inaccurate depictions of Pearl Habour. Set in a Boston neighbourhood Afleck plays the Doug MacRay, leader of a gang who pull off bank jobs for sinister flourist Fergie (the late great Pete Postlethwaite). whilst partnered with Jem (the always great Jeremy Renner) but when a bank Job ends up breifly abducting bank manager Clair ( Rebbecca Hall) the games start, and causing Doug to stalk her to see exactly what she's telling the FBI investigator Adam Frawley (MadMen's Jon Hamm) soon the feelings start to get in the way and the law starts to make them feel the HEAT.
That's exactly what the movie's teeth rattleing gun battles and Bank Raids feel like and I have to say this is the best Heist movie since Michael Mann's masterly HEAT way back in 1995. Both Affleck and Remmer had to re-learn how to use weapons as crooks and not as trained soldies as in the like of Hurt Locker. The movie gripps from the start and the movie is filled with Alpha- male wallop and hard boiled pathos,peppered with ear shredding explsions , realistic gun battles and dialogue that has the impact of a punch in the throat.
The Blue Ray offers a 23 minute longer cut that amps the movie up even further and features great extra's compared to the limited DVD version.
The Town is a thick hear crime thriller and is one of the best films of the year, and only goes to prove Affleck has made a fantastic come back.
If you love crime thrilers then you have to buy this, it's a classy package!
See if you like....
Heat.
Ronin.
The Getaway.
Public Enemies.

 BOSTON ILLEGAL!

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Ben Effleck goes all Michael Mann in his second feature after 2008's brilliant Gone Baby Gone.
The Town just shows that he has got his respect back after dumb J-Lo movies and historically inaccurate depictions of Pearl Habour. Set in a Boston neighbourhood Afleck plays the Doug MacRay, leader of a gang who pull off bank jobs for sinister flourist Fergie (the late great Pete Postlethwaite). whilst partnered with Jem (the always great Jeremy Renner) but when a bank Job ends up breifly abducting bank manager Clair ( Rebbecca Hall) the games start, and causing Doug to stalk her to see exactly what she's telling the FBI investigator Adam Frawley (MadMen's Jon Hamm) soon the feelings start to get in the way and the law starts to make them feel the HEAT.
That's exactly what the movie's teeth rattleing gun battles and Bank Raids feel like and I have to say this is the best Heist movie since Michael Mann's masterly HEAT way back in 1995. Both Affleck and Remmer had to re-learn how to use weapons as crooks and not as trained soldies as in the like of Hurt Locker. The movie gripps from the start and the movie is filled with Alpha- male wallop and hard boiled pathos,peppered with ear shredding explsions , realistic gun battles and dialogue that has the impact of a punch in the throat.
The Blue Ray offers a 23 minute longer cut that amps the movie up even further and features great extra's compared to the limited DVD version.
The Town is a thick hear crime thriller and is one of the best films of the year, and only goes to prove Affleck has made a fantastic come back.
If you love crime thrilers then you have to buy this, it's a classy package!
See if you like....
Heat.
Ronin.
The Getaway.
Public Enemies.

 The Town most definately the best movie of the year

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I've been to see this movie twice in the cinema and im going to go for a 3rd time before it goes off the cinema...the opening scene is just so amazing and all the way through the movie there is beautiful and brilliant action scenes. I recommend this movie for anyone :D

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ActorsBen Affleck, Rebecca Hall, Jon Hamm, Jeremy Renner, Blake Lively, Slaine, Owen Burke, Titus Welliver, Pete Postlethwaite, Chris Cooper, Dennis McLaughlin, Corena Chase & Brian Scannell
DirectorBen Affleck
Certificate15 years and over
Year2010
ScreenWidescreen
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish; English for the hearing impaired; French; German; Italian; Spanish; Dutch; Danish; Finnish; Norwegian; Portugese; Swedish
Duration2 hours and 5 minutes (approx)