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Hell or High Water [Blu-ray/DVD] [Includes Digital Copy] [2 Discs] [2016]

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  • Release Date: 11/22/2016
  • Rating: R
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    Overall Customer Rating:
    97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (961 out of 987)

    Special Features


    • Damaged heroes: the performances of Hell or High Water
    • Enemies forever: the characters of Hell or High Water
    • Filmmaker Q&A
    • Red Carpet premiere
    • Visualizing the heart of America

    Synopsis


    Hell or High Water
    Two desperate brothers -- one a divorced father (Chris Pine), the other a hard-living ex-con (Ben Foster) -- commit a string of bank robberies in order to raise the money needed to protect their family farm from foreclosure. Meanwhile, an aging sheriff (Jeff Bridges) tracks the heists in an attempt to hunt down those responsible. This crime drama was written by Taylor Sheridan (Sicario) and directed by David Mackenzie (Starred Up). ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Dale Dickey
      Dale Dickey - Elsie
    • Ben Foster
      Ben Foster - Tanner
    • Chris Pine
      Chris Pine - Toby
    • Image coming soon
      William Sterchi - Mr. Clauson
    • Buck Taylor
      Buck Taylor - Old Man



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 987 reviews

    97%
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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Excellent modern western crime thriller

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      Excellent
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      What makes this present-day western crime thriller work so well is not from it employing any artificially intense dramatics or hyped-up action, but from the ordinariness of the characters and events. Taking place in New Mexico and West Texas, its sense of time and place is so well-defined it's hard to believe its director, David Mackenzie was born in Scotland. Moreover, Mckenzie was the co-founder of the Glasgow-based Sigma Films, a prestigious European independent production company that won many international awards -- and a company that, more surprisingly, co-produces films by the Danish iconoclast Lars von Trier, a director as overwrought as Mckenzie is restrained. Here, this Scotsman managed to nail a certain piece of Western Americana while telling a tale that follows two brothers (played to perfection by Chris Pine and Ben Foster) who pull a series of bank robberies against branches of the Texas Midlands Bank in order to save their family ranch that is being foreclosed on by the same bank. The crusty, persistent Texas Ranger trying to nab them is Jeff Bridges, an actor who, over 45 years ago, had ironically starred in "The Last Picture Show" which took place in the same town in which one of the robberies does: Archer City, Texas. This is a special character-driven, authentic modern-day western of subtlety and atmosphere, and a film that is as true to human behavior as any recent film.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A A wonderful modern day western crime film

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      RobertB
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      What makes this present-day western crime thriller work so well is not from it employing any artificially intense dramatics or hyped-up action, but from the ordinariness of the characters and events. Taking place in New Mexico and West Texas, its sense of time and place is so well-defined it's hard to believe its director, David Mackenzie was born in Scotland. And here he managedsto nail a certain piece of Western Americana while telling a tale that follows two brothers (played to perfection by Chris Pine and Ben Foster) who pull a series of bank robberies against branches of the Texas Midlands Bank in order to save their family ranch that is being foreclosed on by the same bank. The crusty, persistent Texas Ranger trying to nab them is Jeff Bridges, an actor who, over 45 years ago, had ironically starred in "The Last Picture Show" which took place in the same town in which one of the robberies does: Archer City, Texas. This is a special character-driven, authentic modern-day western of subtlety and atmosphere, and a film that is as true to human behavior as any in recent years.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Finally, a movie for grown ups

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      PJL57
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      Does the world really need another franchise movie like Fate and Furious or another superhero movie? NO! What we need is more movies like HeII or High Water. The writing, acting and directing are superb. While Jeff Bridges was, as always, wonderful, but I was even more impressed by Chris Pine, Ben Foster and especially Gil Birmingham. I've never watched the Twilight films, where he plays Billy Black, so I wasn't familiar with him. He was wonderful as Bridges long suffering partner. For parents, I think this got an R rating just because its target audience is adults. I don't remember any language that was especially offensive and while there is violence, there is no real gore. It certainly has an emotional impact though. I doubt kids 13 and under would have any interest, but mature 14+ teens will probably appreciate it. It had a low budget by Hollywood stands and did okay at the box office, but I wouldn't be surprised if HeII or High Water has a second life on DVD, cable and streaming. It's just that good.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing

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      Kamehamehax3
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      This is a great movie. It is what movie making should aspire to...a work of art where every element comes together to create something greater than its parts. The performances by Chris Pine, who shows that he is more than just the pretty-boy Captain Kirk, and Jeff Bridges as a Texas lawman facing an unwelcome retirement, are honed to a razor sharp edge. Nothing excessive and nothing left out. The stunning cinematography turns the background from just that to another character on the screen. And lastly the score, by Nick Cave, is perfection itself. I loved this movie in the theater, saw it three times, and couldn't wait to get my DVD when it comes out later this month, so I also pre-ordered the streaming version. Do yourself a favor and watch this movie.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Film

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      TheProfessor
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      In my opinion, this was the best film of 2017. An awesome film with great performances and spot on directing. The script was perfection. The uhd disc has great video with nice HDR10 (or Dolby Vision if your setup is capable). It does not have Dolby Atmos, even though it is listed on the back of the case. Instead, it has the same Dolby lossless 5.1 track from the hd disc. If you do not own the hd blu-ray already, this uhd blu-ray/hd blu-ray set is a must buy and gives you the best presentation of the film currently available. If you already own the hd blu-ray, this uhd disc might not be worth the double dip. It has the same audio and, since the film was mastered in 2k, the uhd disc does not have any added video resolution over the hd disc. What really separates the two discs is the presence of HDR on the uhd disc. If HDR is worth it to you, then double dip away.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      One of the Best Movies of 2016

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      Adam12
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      This film is one of the best movies of 2016, and is another strong screen writing effort from Taylor Sheridan, who also did Sicario. The cast is well balanced, and while the trope of the film is familiar (setting of film is small town Americana struggling to survive in post-Great Recession America and dealing with financial pressures caused by the failure of the banking industry), the individual performances are a nuanced portrait of individual life choices one needs to make to survive. The cinematography of the film creates a backdrop of West Texas that almost functions as a secondary character, and provides a sense of vastness the characters are faced with as they deal with their individual pressures (which run the gamut from poverty, age, prison conviction, pending retirement and other societal pressures). Definitely a good purchase for your home movie collection.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Exciting crime drama

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      Jbird
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      This movie is an excellent suspenseful crime drama with some action mixed in. The story line is believable and is one you need to pay close attention to in order to fully enjoy the film. The language and violence depicted are both strong so keep this one away from the children. The idea of robbing banks for a arguably noble cause (I won't spoil the plot too much) is what makes this fun. I found myself at different times throughout the movie rooting for both the brothers robbing the banks and the authorities trying to catch them. It is a enjoyable film, if you can deal with the violence and language.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Kirk, Tron, and L. Armstrong look for Water

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      DrSweaterVest
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      This was a weird sequel to Star Trek. Did Kirk lose his memory or something? He's speaking with an accent on some desert planet with some old technology. I guess the plot is about him and his "brother(??)," I didn't know he had a brother(!!)," and their quest to rob a bank and give the money to the poor. Kind of noble I guess. The Dude is in it as Tommy Lee Jones meets Vin Diesel, or in other words, the same role he's been playing for eight years now, where he mumble growls his words and decides to stop Star Trek once and for aawwwwwwl.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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