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Meet Joe Black/The Mexican (2001)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5050582226720
Released: 2nd February 2004
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 2
Catalogue No: 8222672
Category: Feature, Drama
Format: DVD / Box Set
Meet Joe Black/The Mexican (2001) (Box Set) (Deleted)


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Film information

Story: A Brad Pitt double bill. In 'Meet Joe Black' (1998) media tycoon William Parrish (Anthony Hopkins) is approaching his sixty-fifth birthday when he encounters Death (Pitt) himself. Parrish is offered a few extra days of life if he allows the Grim Reaper into his home and, keen to finish off an important company merger, agrees, introducing his new guest to friends and family as Joe Black. Joe begins to fall in love with Parrish's daughter, Susan (Claire Forlani), who is engaged to Drew (Jake Weber), Parrish's deputy. When Parrish decides against the merger, Drew stages a boardroom coup and attempts to oust the tycoon. In 'The Mexican' (2001) Jerry Welbach (Pitt) is in a dilemma. His mafia boss has ordered him to go to Mexico and collect a priceless antique pistol called 'The Mexican', while his girlfriend Samantha (Julia Roberts) has demanded that he finish his association with the mafia altogether. What should he do? Jerry opts to go to Mexico, and when he finds the pistol without any bother, he thinks his luck might finally be turning: but Samantha is then kidnapped by Leroy (James Gandolfi), a gay hitman who wants assurance that the pistol will be returned safely, and Jerry has to go to the rescue.

Starring: Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins, Julia Roberts, James Gandolfini, Claire Forlani, J.K. Simmons, Jake Weber, Bob Balaban, Marcia Gay Harden, Sherman Augustus, Jeffrey Tambor, Michael Cerveris, David S. Howard, Richard Coca, Lois Kelly-Miller, David Krumholtz, Jahnni St John, Castulo Guerra, Richard Clarke, Mayra Serbulo, Marylouise Burke, Salvador Sanchez

Directed by: Martin Brest, Gore Verbinski

Music by: Alan Silvestri, Thomas Newman

Produced by: Martin Brest, Lawrence Bender, John Baldecchi

Written by: J.H. Wyman, Ron Osborn, Jeff Reno, Kevin Wade, Bo Goldman

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Universal Pictures

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