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Boiler Room
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Boiler RoomBoiler Room
Ratings / 5
 Sound  5 
 Visuals  4 
 Effects  3 
 Features  4.5 
 Transfer  5 
 Packaging  3 
 Overall  4.08 
Disc Information
 Audio  Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Stereo Surround
 Other Languages  None
 Subtitles  English
 Aspect Ratio  1.85:1 (Animorphic Widescreen)
 Discs  Layers 1  2
 Packaging  Cardboard Snap Case
Bonus Features
 Featurettes  
 Trailers & Spots  None
 Commentaries  Theatrical Trailer
 Interviews  Commentary by Director Ben Younger, Producer Jennifer Todd and Actor Girbanni Ribisi, 5.1 Isolated Score with commentary by The Angel
 Storyboards  None
 Galleries  None
 Other  4 Deleted Scenes and an alternate ending, Cast and Crew filmography, DVD-ROM Features ("Script-To-Screen" Read the Screenplay, Take the quiz "Are Boiler Room MAterial?" and watch the film, Original Theatrical Website on the DVD and more!!!), 5.1 Isolated Score with commentary by The Angel
Chapter Highlights
 Ch. 1:  A variation on the New Line Cinema trailer. Then the score begins.
 Ch. 2:  Rap beats.
 Ch. 4:  Starts with a cool score. 0:50 in there is, in my opinion, the best bass sound in the world. You can feel it resonate in your ears. It is so smooth.
 Ch. 6:  More rap beats.
 Ch. 9:  Another rap beat.
 Ch. 14:  More of the score followed by a Farari screaming down the street at night.
 Ch. 17:  Really cool score.
 Ch. 19:  1:45 drum beats.
 Ch. 20:  Again the score.
 Ch. 22:  Rap Music 1:45 in.
 Ch. 23:  3:20 in there is a bass sound that deceptively fills the room.
 Ch. 24:  A well lit scene with good close ups for testing flesh tones.
 Ch. 25:  A blue effect in the office and back to normal when on the other end of the phone line.
 Ch. 26:  A great view of the city when the camera pans around them.
 Ch. 27:  A panning shot of the courthouse.
 Ch. 32:  "Get The F--- Up" a neat rap song while the credits roll. More where that came from follow.
Other
 Strengths:  Score and soundtrack, Sound
 Weaknesses:  I don't like the packaging New Line Cinema and Warner Brothers have chosen. I prefer the clamshell case.
 Running Time:  Approx. 120 minutes
 Synopsis:  Seth Davis (Giovanni Ribisi, Saving Private Ryan) runs a small-time casino operation out of his apartment. With his streetwise business smarts, he's recruited to join the city's newest and hottest stock brokerage firm, an aggressive, renegade corporation far from the traditions of Wall Street. Trained by the company's top young turks, Chris (Vin Diesel, Saving Private Ryan) and Greg (Nicky Katt, A Time To Kill, The Limey), Seth takes quickly to to his new job's instant riches and fast-life pleasures. He even gains new favor with his estranged father (Ron Rifkin, L.A. Confidential). When Seth wins the eye of Greg's ex-girlfriend Abbie (Nia Long, The Best Man), it all seems too good to be true. But he's about to learn the devestating secret behind all this intoxicating success. Just as quickly as he was seduced into the firm, Seth finds hiself caught in a trap that could bring himself, his father and his whole world crashing down.

With riveting performances from its dynamic cast, including Academy Award® winner Ben Affleck (Good Will Hunting, Shakespere In Love), BOILER ROOM takes you deep inside the relentless, cutthroat inner sanctum of high-risk finance for an unforgettable and unexpected climax.
 Other Thoughts:  I love this movie, this is at leat the third time I have watched it. It has one of the coolest scores. Try watching the movie with the isolated score and commentary. It rules although the composer talks over my favorite part.
1st A/V System Reviewed On:
 Receiver:  Denon AVR-5800
 TV:  Mitsubishi WS-55805
 Speakers:  Polk Audio
 Fronts:  RT 800i
 Center:  CS 400i
 Surrounds:  FX 500i
 Rear Surrounds:  Boston Acoustics 575X THX
 Subwoofer:  PW 650
 DVD Player:  Sony DVP 860
 Interconnects:
 Audio:  Monster Cable Interlink® LightSpeed™ 100 Fiber Optic
 Video:  Monster Video® 3 High-Resolution Component Video Cable
 Speaker Wire:  Monster Cable XP with Monster Cable connectors
2nd A/V System Reviewed On:
 Receiver:  Denon AVR-5800
 TV:  Mitsubishi WS-55805
 Speakers:  Boston Acoustics
 Fronts:  555X THX
 Center:  555X THX
 Surrounds:  575X THX
 Rear Surrounds:  575X THX
 Subwoofer:  Polk Audio PW 650
 DVD Player:  Sony DVP 860
 Interconnects:
 Audio:  Monster Cable Interlink® LightSpeed™ 100 Fiber Optic
 Video:  Monster Video® 3 High-Resolution Component Video Cable
 Speaker Wire:  Monster Cable XP with Monster Cable connectors
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