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Titus
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Drama, War
  • Year: 1999
Audio
English 5.1 Dolby Digital, English Dolby Surround

Synopsis

ACADEMY AWARD® Winners Anthony Hopkins and Jessica Lange* ignite the screen in a strikingly original “coup de cinema” (The New York Times). A film by Julie Taymor, acclaimed creator and director of Broadway’s “The Lion King,” Titus is a “wild ride” (Chicago Tribune) – a shocking journey into the depths of the human heart – a place where vengeance and passion reign supreme.

*Anthony Hopkins: Actor, Silence of the Lambs, 1991. Jessica Lange: Actress, Blue Sky, 1994; Supporting Actress, Tootsie, 1982.

Disc Information

Disc 1: Theatrical Feature

**Commentaries by Julie Taymore and Elliot Goldenthal
**Scene-Specific Commentary by Anthony Hopkins and Harry Lennix

Disc 2:

**Q & A With Julie Taymor
**Costume Gallery
**49-Minute Documentary
**Theatrical Trailers and More

Cast & Crew

Anthony Hopkins ... Titus Andronicus
Jessica Lange ... Tamora
Alan Cumming ... Saturninus
Harry J. Lennix ... Aaron
Colm Feore ... Marcus
Angus Macfadyen ... Lucius
Jonathan Rhys Meyers ... Chiron

Reviews

Todd McCarthy Variety | June 17, 2008

A conditional victory.

Andrew Sarris New York Observer | April 27, 2007

A consistently absorbing entertainment that never becomes either campy or facetious, given its inescapable exaggerations.

Houston Chronicle | July 21, 2005

Hopkins unwisely echoes his performance as Hannibal Lecter, but Lange rises to the occasion with a mesmerizingly in-your-face portrait of mother love gone haywire.

Liam Lacey Globe and Mail | April 25, 2003

Along with everything else, the acting styles here clash, though the dissonance serves the drama's bellicose theme.

Peter Travers Rolling Stone | May 11, 2001

Jessica Lange as Tamora, the captured Goth queen, seethes with sexuality and vengeance.

Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle | January 01, 2000

Julie Taymor has created a film that is as vulgar, obvious and glorious as the Shakespeare play it's based on.

James Berardinelli ReelViews | January 01, 2000

Despite its nearly three-hour running time, there are few dead spots.

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