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Collateral - Collector's Edition (2 Discs)

Released on 17 January 2005

Featuring: Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx & Mark Ruffalo

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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It started like any other night...

Cab driver Max (Foxx) dreams of one day realising his entrepeneurial aspirations. However, one terrifying night he realises that the passenger he's been driving around all evening (Cruise) is a contract killer committing a series of hits. Now it's up to Max to somehow stop the killer from executing the last witness on his list, and to stay alive himself. As the LAPD and FBI race to intercept them Max and Vincent's survival becomes dependent on each other in ways neither would have imagined.
  • Deleted scene with audio commentary from director Michael Mann
  • 'City Of Night: The Making Of Collateral' featurette
  • 'Special Delivery' featurette
  • 'Shooting On Location In Annie's Office' featurette
  • 'Visual Effects: MTA Train' featurette
  • Rare footage of target practice and combat training with Tom Cruise and Jamie Foxx
  • Easter Egg (hidden feature)
  • Interactive menu
  • Scene access

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 Average rating (13 reviews)

 terrific film with brilliant performances and cinematography

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First of all, this is Tom Cruise's best performance in any film since 2000, he is outstanding as the hitman taking advantage of Jamie Foxx's cab driver, also a great performance by Jamie. The script is clever and well written and some brilliant cinematography by Dion Beebe in high def video lights up the screen. This is a seriously cool film and the Director Michael Mann's second best film of all time, "Heat" is the first. Serious praise indeed, really enjoyed it and it is everything that Mann's follow up "Miami Vice" should have been. Outstanding film-making and a great thrillride.

 I Can't Drive You Around All Day, While you Killing People!"

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Top director Michael Mann and his imaginative eye for detail and riveting techniques highlights a different view of Los Angeles. "Collateral" is featured mainly at night displaying soft lights that spill out from their street lamps, blues that combine with whites and intermingle with greens. His vast experience and know how, having directed films such as "Last Of The Mohicans", "Heat", and "Ali", Michael Mann delivers a brilliantly created film, which compels the audience to not just observe and pay attention, but to be a part of the film, and to truly become involved with the characters which are brought to life on screen.

The story is simple and opens with Max (Jamie Foxx) and is a hard-working cabbie in L.A. with a personal fantasy of starting up a limousine business called "Island Limos". The script employs subtle touches to characterise the pensive Max, by keeping his cab meticulously clean; he keeps a postcard of an Island Paradise above the cab's sun-visor so that he can "go into meditation" when dealing with traffic or obnoxious customers. Progressing with the film's escalating action, Max picks up a beautiful and gorgeous attorney (Jada Pinkett-Smith) and proves his courtesy by convincing her to let him follow a time and money-saving shortcut, and earning him an unexpected proposition from a female, which even the colourful Max would consider out of his league.

Shortly after this, Max's destiny takes a perilous twist when he picks up Vincent (Tom Cruise), a somewhat pretentious and brusque character who offers Max six hundred dollars to transport him to five different addresses over the course of the evening to conduct business "closures" before dropping him off at LAX airport in the early hours of the morning. Max is both reluctant and apprehensive, but Vincent refuses to take "no" for an answer, and so Max reluctantly agrees to take the fare. Not long after the fare is underway Max deduces from the conversation, that Vincent is most likely to be a contract killer, visiting LA for one night to eliminate five witnesses against members of a Mexican and Colombian drug cartel currently facing federal charges for murder and narcotics trafficking. With his covert now exposed, Vincent produces a gun and forces Max to continue their extreme journey, and both of them carry on a philosophical battle of wits. With the arrogant, cynical Vincent challenging the honest and hesitant Max with a merciless view of human weakness as they journey towards an altercation with death.

In one scene a body drops out of a fourth story window and onto Max's cab, he becomes an unwilling associate on Vincent's murder spree. The storyline takes us to settings as diverse as a junkie's apartment, a high-rise mobster penthouse, a hospital room, and a smoky jazz club, all the while making the city of Los Angeles a central backdrop in the story.

There is an excellent soundtrack throughout the film, which emphasises the tension and nerve wrecking experience for the audience at key moments. Tom Cruise has had his critics in the past but in my humble opinion this is his best role to date and produces a sublime genuine performance. His character in "Collateral" is a menacing study in coldness and intimidation, and a credible portrayal of an utterly ruthless contract killer.

 CRUSE CONTROL !

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What a movie, Cruse play's his first bad guy roll to perfection, and Foxx is excellent as the Taxi driver at the wrong place and wrong time. As Foxx has to drive Cruse's hitman around for the night whilst he deals with the names on his hit list. Then the mind games start, as Foxx try's to out think Cruse. As the night wears on a cool relationship builds between the two, that is until the final hit!
This is a Michael Mann movie and like Heat and the very underrated Miami Vice, the film looks fantastic, and the music plays a huge part to add to the mood of the film.
The film also has a fantastic shoot out in a night club, which is up there with the shoot outs of Heat and the final Shoot out of Miami Vice.
If you have not seen this film, you will be missing out on a modern classic.
Films don't come much cooler than this, and this is one of the best thrillers of the decade.
Brilliant acting, Brilliant action, Brilliant Movie !

 CRUSE CONTROL !

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What a movie, Cruse play's his first bad guy roll to perfection, and Foxx is excellent as the Taxi driver at the wrong place and wrong time. As Foxx has to drive Cruse's hitman around for the night whilst he deals with the names on his hit list. Then the mind games start, as Foxx try's to out think Cruse. As the night wears on a cool relationship builds between the two, that is until the final hit!
This is a Michael Mann movie and like Heat and the very underrated Miami Vice, the film looks fantastic, and the music plays a huge part to add to the mood of the film.
The film also has a fantastic shoot out in a night club, which is up there with the shoot outs of Heat and the final Shoot out of Miami Vice.
If you have not seen this film, you will be missing out on a modern classic.
Films don't come much cooler than this, and this is one of the best thrillers of the decade.
Brilliant acting, Brilliant action, Brilliant Movie !

 Awesome Movie

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This film may look boring from the cover but don't judge it by the cover.

It's a pretty awesome film with some great action, the acting is smooth to which makes a change from some of the films around.

Seeing Tom Cruise playing a bad guy was a new prospect for me but he plays him well and acts his role well.

Overall a great movie, well worth a watch!

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ActorsTom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Berg, Jada Pinkett Smith, Javier Bardem, Klea Scott, Bruce McGill, Bodhi Elfman, Debi Mazar, Barry Shabaka Henley, Jason Statham & Bruce McGill
DirectorMichael Mann
Certificate15 years and over
Year2004
ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Additional LanguagesGerman ; French
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; English ; Arabic ; Bulgarian ; Croatian ; Czech ; Danish ; Dutch ; Finnish ; French ; German ; Hebrew ; Hungarian ; Icelandic ; Italian ; Norwegian ; Polish ; Portuguese ; Romanian ; Serbian ; Slovenian ; Spanish
Duration1 hour and 55 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.