Gone in 60 Seconds Blu-ray Review – Car Mayhem?

Gone in 60 Seconds Blu-ray Review

I’ve reviewed most of Nicolas Cage’s movie that are available on blu-ray. However I missed one or two including Gone in 60 Seconds (2000). I’m correcting that now with this movie review. I think most Nic Cage fans like this one but what of the blu-ray release? Let’s take a look, so without further ado here’s my Gone in 60 Seconds blu-ray Review.

  • Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)
  • Genre: Action
  • Directed by Dominic Sena
  • Running Time: 117 mins
  • UK Rating 15
  • Discs: 1
  • Released By Buena Vista Home Entertainment
  • Blu-ray Released: 19 March 2007

Plot

When former car thief Randall “Memphis” Raines is informed of a huge mistake his younger brother has made he is forced to come to the rescue. That entails stealing 50 cars in four days. To do this he needs to start recruiting his old crew. But will any of them be interested in helping?

Style / Direction

The films directed by Dominic Sena whilst Paul Cameron is responsible for the cinematography. There’s plenty of car action as you might expect and the chases are done well. Overall Gone in 60 Seconds is a well made action heist movie with a touch of style.

Gone in 60 Seconds Blu-ray Review

Music / Audio Effects

The music is provided by Trevor Rabin.

Acting / Characters

A quick look at the cast gives you a good idea the movie should be pretty good. Aside from the excellent Nicolas Cage there’s the fabulous Robert Duvall who enhances any film.

Then there’s Angelina Jolie as a car mad feisty woman that can more than hold her own. She plays the roles exceptionally well and reminds me that at one time she really was a good actress. The other movie I thought she excelled in was the Bone Collector alongside Denzel Washington.

Even Vinny Jones plays his role well, admittedly he’s not much in the way of dialogue.

Cast
  • Nicolas Cage as Randall “Memphis” Raines
  • Angelina Jolie as Sara “Sway” Wayland
  • Robert Duvall as Otto Halliwell
  • Will Patton as Atley Jackson
  • Delroy Lindo as Detective Roland Castlebeck
  • Giovanni Ribisi as Kip Raines
  • Christopher Eccleston as Raymond Calitri
  • Vinnie Jones as Sphinx
  • Scott Caan as Tumbler
  • T.J. Cross as Mirror Man
  • James Duval as Freb
  • Timothy Olyphant as Detective Drycoff
  • Chi McBride as Donny Astricky
  • William Lee Scott as Toby

Conclusion: Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) Film Review

Gone in 60 Seconds is a fun, entertaining and action packed car heist movie that sports a host of familiar faces. There’s very little to criticise the film for it does exactly what it says on the tin.

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Conclusion: Gone in 60 Seconds Blu-ray Review

The picture quality of this year 2000 movie is flawless therefore making it even better than watching it on DVD. With the film having being available on blu-ray for years you can pick it up for around £6-7.

The only extra included on my blu-ray version is a short 3 minute look behinds the scenes at the movies big car jump.

Extras
  • The Big Jump (3 mins)

On to my movie rating for Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)

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  • Movie Rating: WELL WORTH A LOOK
  • Blu-ray Picture: PERFECT
  • Extras: OK

Amazon UK Links

Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) is available now on Blu-ray.

Gone in 60 Seconds Blu-ray Review

Film Trailer

For those of you yet to see the film I’ll leave you with a little taster…

Clip may not be representative of the Blu-ray version

That concludes my Gone in 60 Seconds Blu-ray review, I’m aiming to review more Nicolas Cage movies soon. What’s next? Check back soon…

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Summary: Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) Blu-ray Review

Director(s): Dominic Sena

Actor(s): Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Robert Duvall, Will Patton, Christopher Eccleston, Vinnie Jones

Genre: Crime, Action,

  • Movie Rating
  • Blu-ray Picture Rating
  • Extras
3.7

Summary

A thoroughly entertaining car action heist movie!

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