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The Score
reviewed by moviewavs


Ratings / 5
 Sound  5 
 Visuals  5 
 Effects  5 
 Features  3 
 Transfer  5 
 Packaging  5 
 Overall  4.66 
Disc Information
 Audio  Dolby Digital 5.1
 Other Languages  French
 Subtitles  English
 Aspect Ratio  2.35:1 (Animorphic Widescreen)
 Discs  Layers 1  2
 Packaging  Clamshell
Bonus Features
 Featurettes  The Making Of The Score
 Trailers & Spots  Theatrical Trailer (Non-Animorphic Widescreen Dolby 2.0)
 Commentaries  Comentary by director Frank Oz and director of photography Rob Hahn
 Interviews  None
 Storyboards  None
 Galleries  None
 Deleted Scenes  Two alternate and one deleted scenes
 Cast And Crew Bios  cNone
 Other  None
Chapter Highlights
 Ch. 12:  Sparks from a cutting torch. Yeah, I know it's not that exciting but there aren't a lot of stand out effects and it kinda looks cool.
 Ch. 13:  More sparks from the cutting torch.
Other
 Strengths:  A really good jazz soundtrack.
 Weaknesses:  No real visual effects.
 Running Time:  Approx. 124 minutes
 Synopsis:  Three generations of acclaimed actors team up in 'The Score', an intriguing crime thriller that marks the first time that legendary Oscar winners Robert De Niro and Marlon Brando have shared the screen. Also starring Oscar nominee Edward Norton, 'The Score' wowed critics and audiences alike.

When expert safecracker Nick Wells (De Niro) decides it might be time to settle down with his girlfriend Diane (Oscar nominee Angela Bassett) and stick to his legitimate business, running a jazz nightclub in Montreal, his friend and partner Max (Brando) has other plans. Heavily in debt to a crime boss, Max needs Nick to pull one last heist: help novice thief Jack Teller (Norton) steal a scepter worth $30 million from the House of Customs. Tempted by the $6 million payday, Nick reluctantly agrees to do the job. But what starts out as a safe bet turns into a high risk gamble when a clash of egos threatens to bring them all down.

Featuring performances by jazz greats Cassandra Wilson and Mose Allison, 'The Score' is one of the smartest, most entertaining crime capers ever filmed, with surprises at every turn.
 Other Thoughts:  This is a great movie.
A/V System Reviewed On:
 Receiver:  Denon AVR-5803
 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
A/V System Reviewed On:
 Receiver:  Denon AVR-5803
 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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