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The Last Samurai/Troy/Alexander (Director's Cut) (2004)

Region: (unknown)
UPC/Barcode: 7321900839723
Released: 18th September 2006
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: 1000086358
Category: Feature, Adventure
Format: DVD / Normal
The Last Samurai/Troy/Alexander (Director's Cut) (2004) (Retail / Rental)


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Story: Box set containing three epic adventure movies. In 'The Last Samurai' (2003), the Japanese monarchy has decided to replace the hired samurai warriors, who have been relied upon for centuries for defending the nation, with a more contemporary military. A U.S. Civil War veteran (Tom Cruise) is hired by the Emperor to train a group of Japanese conscripts to replace the samurai warriors. But when he is captured by the samurai, he comes to respect them and finds himself torn over who he should be fighting for. 'Troy' (2004) stars Brad Pitt as the muscle-bound Achilles. Set in 1193 BC, the film is based on Homer's sprawling epic poem 'The Iliad'. It tells the story of Paris, Prince of Troy (Orlando Bloom), who falls in love with the wife of King Menelaus of Sparta (Brendan Gleeson), the beautiful Helen (Diane Kruger). He persuades her to leave her husband and go back with him to Troy, sparking a war between the Mycenaeans, led by Menelaus's brother Agamemnon (Brian Cox), and the armies of Troy, led by Prince Hector (Eric Bana). The City of Troy, governed by King Priam (Peter O'Toole) has never before succumbed to seige or battle, but Agamemnon and the Mycenae Greeks have a formidable ally: the great and seemingly indomitable Achilles. Political intrigue, passionate love trysts and one-on-one fight sequences take place against a background of sweeping battle scenes as the armies of ancient Greece and the city of Troy engage in their epic and bloody war. Finally, 'Alexander (Director's Cut)' (2004), is based on the true story of one of history's most luminous and influential leaders, Alexander the Great. Alexander (Colin Farrell) was a man who had conquered 90% of the known world by the age of 27. He led his virtually invincible Greek and Macedonian armies through 22,000 miles of sieges and conquests in just eight years, and by the time of his death at the age of 32 had forged an empire unlike any the world had ever seen. The film chronicles Alexander's path to becoming a living legend, from a youth fueled by dreams of myth, glory and adventure to his lonely death as a ruler of a vast Empire.

Starring: Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, Orlando Bloom, Diane Kruger, Sean Bean, Anthony Hopkins, Timothy Spall, Brian Cox, David Bedella, Ken Watanabe, Julie Christie, Jessie Kamm, Billy Connolly, Peter O'Toole, Angelina Jolie, Tony Goldwyn, Trevor Eve, Val Kilmer, Hiroyuki Sanada, Saffron Burrows, Fiona O'Shaughnessy, Koyuki, Rose Byrne, Connor Paolo, Julian Glover, Colin Farrell, Nathan Jones, Brian Blessed, Adoni Maropis, Christopher Plummer, Jacob Smith, John Shrapnel, Brendan Gleeson, Siri Svegler, Lucie Barat, Ken Bones, Mark Lewis Jones, Garrett Hedlund, James Cosmo, Nigel Terry

Directed by: Edward Zwick, Wolfgang Petersen, Oliver Stone

Music by: Hans Zimmer, James Horner, Vangelis

Produced by: Edward Zwick, Wolfgang Petersen, Moritz Borman, Marshall Herskovitz, Diana Rathbun, Jon Kilik, Tom Cruise, Colin Wilson, Thomas Schuhly, Tom Engelman, Iain Smith, Scott Kroopf, Oliver Stone, Paula Wagner

Written by: David Benioff, Oliver Stone, Edward Zwick, Christopher Kyle, Marshall Herskovitz, Laeta Kalogridis

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Studio/distributor: Warner Home Video

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