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"The Usual Suspects" - {Blu-ray} - (Digi-Book)
Reviewer:
Robert Kirchgassner
Studio: MGM
Genre:
Drama
Release Date:
May 10, 2011
Special Features:

None

Review:

This wonderfully contorted mystery has rightfully infuriated some filmgoers and enthralled others. Still, the film’s central mystery (“Who is Keyser Soze?”) has rightfully become famous, and Kevin Spacey’s acting and Christopher McQuarrie’s screenplay deservedly won Oscars. Spacey plays a con man who recounts the story of mobster Soze to a detective (Chazz Palmintieri). Spacey’s cohorts include Kevin Pollak, Benecio Del Toro, Gabriel Byrne, and Stephen Baldwin. Now, one’s enjoyment of this film may depend entirely on how the filmgoer views the ending. Whether or not you view the ending as disappointing, there’s no question that the ride to that point is simply great. The only thing I dislike about the blu-ray release of this gem is that there are no special features.

Special Features:

Sadly none,but this dvd comes in a Digi-Book pack with (25) pictures with some info about cast and crew and a spoiler concluded at the end,be prepared for a visual Book version of something you would see included on normal dvds with video and voiceovers ETC as special features.

Final Words:

The only thing I dislike about the blu-ray release of this gem is that there are no special features.

 

 
 
 
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