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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Year: 2004
English: Dolby Digital 5.1 / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
English, French & Spanish / Subtitled
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  • Rated: Unrated
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Year: 2007
English: DTS 5.1 HD / English, Spanish, & French: Dolby Digital 5.1
English, French & Spanish / Subtitled


Fifty years into the future, a team of astronauts are sent to deploy a device to reignite the dying sun.

Disc Information

**Widescreen Feature

**Audio Commentary by director Danny Boyle

**Deleted Scenes With Commentary by Danny Boyle:
**Part I:
*Playing Chess
*It Really Takes it Out of You
*Washing Carrots in the the Oxygen Garden
*Coolant Redirection

**Part II:
*Demolished Oxygen Garden
*Searle Meets Capa

**In Deeper Space Than We Are
**Prepping for Docking
**Rough Docking Procedure
**Fight and Then We Die
**Alternate Ending

**Web Production Diaries:
*Danny Boyle Introduction
*Zero G Flight
*Pre Viz
*Science of the Sun
*Troy Garity Harvey Introduction
*Voice of Icarus
*Michelle and O2 Garden
*Anita Screens
*Alwin Kuchler
*Cliff Curtis
*Bumps and Stunts
*The Science of Space Travel Physiology
*Space Suit
*Rose Intro
*Love Letters
*Chris Evans
*Big Bangs
*The Science of Sun Death

**Short Films (with same :52 audio intro by Danny Boyle to play at head of each)
*Dad's Dead directed by Chris Shepherd
*Mole Hills directed by Dan Arnold

Cast & Crew

Jim Carrey ... Joel Barish
Kate Winslet ... Clementine Kruczynski
Kirsten Dunst ... Mary
Tom Wilkinson ... Dr. Howard Mierzwiak
Elijah Wood ... Patrick
Mark Ruffalo ... Stan
Jane Adams (II) ... Carrie


Peter Rainer New York Magazine | August 07, 2004

It's the kind of film that could mean more to people after they've left the theater and thought about it awhile.

Jonathan Rosenbaum Chicago Reader | March 21, 2004

[Kaufman] clearly surpasses himself.

Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post | March 19, 2004

Neither wholly cynical nor wholly romantic, Kaufman's story is a balance of smarts and sentiment.

Ann Hornaday Washington Post | March 19, 2004

The perfect movie about love's inevitable imperfections.

Peter Howell Toronto Star | March 19, 2004

Gets it more than right by stripping the science down to its laptop basics -- it's a 'simple' memory-erasing process -- and by putting greater emphasis on the humanity behind the diodes.

David Edelstein Slate | March 19, 2004

This is the best movie I've seen in a decade. For once it's no hyperbole to say, 'Unforgettable!'

Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle | March 19, 2004

The thinking is shallow. The emotions are tepid. But the creativity is dazzling.


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