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Tower Heist
Artist: Stiller, Ben
UPC: 00025192076619
Studio: Universal Home Video
Genre: Action/Adventure
Screen: Wide screen
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Product Type: DVD
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Annotation: "Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy lead an all-star cast in this hilarious comedy caper about a luxury condo manager (Stiller) who leads a staff of workers to seek payback on the Wall Street swindler (Alan Alda) who defrauded them. With only days until the billionaire gets away with the perfect crime, the unlikely crew of amateur thieves enlists the help of petty crook Slide (Murphy) to steal the $20 million they’re sure is hidden in the penthouse. From the director of the Rush Hour series, “Tower Heist is so fun, it's criminal!” (ASSOCIATED PRESS)"
Additional Information
Rating: PG13
Runtime: 105 mins
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Info: Color, Widescreen, Soundtrack English, Soundtrack French, Soundtrack Spanish, English Subtitles, Spanish Subtitles, French subtitles
Detailed Product Description: Video
In Print Date : 2012-02-21
Run Time : 6300
Recording Mode : (unknown)
Noise Reduction : (unknown)
Digital Process : (unknown)
Feature : Color
In Print Date : 2012-02-21
Rating : PG-13 (MPAA)
Category : Action/Adventure, Crime, Revenge
Original Release Year : 2011
Released By : Universal Studios Home Video
Area : USA
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Contributor
Makeup:Naomi Donne
Stunt Coordinator:Jery Hewitt
Director of Photography:Dante Spinotti Director of Photography
Assistant Director:James M. Freitag
Production Manager/UPM:Bill Carraro Producer
Set Decorator:Diane Lederman
Hairstylist:Lyndell Quiyou
Screenwriter:Jeff Nathanson
Director:Brett Ratner Director, RUSH HOUR series/X-MEN: THE LAST STAND
Composer:Christophe Beck
Visual Effects Designer: FrameStore
Story:Ted Griffin Screenwriter
Screenwriter:Ted Griffin Screenwriter
Production Manager/UPM:Carla Raij
Makeup:Evelyne Noraz
Visual Effects Designer: Method Studios
Story:Adam Cooper Screenwriter, NEW YORK MINUTE (2004)
Story:Bill Collage Screenwriter, ACCEPTED, (2006)
Hairstylist:Kerrie Smith
Hairstylist:Michelle Johnson Key Hairstylist
Visual Effects Designer: Big Film Design
Makeup:LuAnn Claps
Makeup Designer:Sunday Englis
Visual Effects Designer: Phosphene
Visual Effects Designer: Gravity Visual Effects
Hairstylist:Shaun Perkins
Star:Matthew Broderick American Actor, FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF (1986)
Co-Star:Judd Hirsch American Actor, TAXI
Co-Star:Zeljko Ivanek Actor/In USA
Co-Star:Marcia Jean Kurtz Actor/REQUIEM FOR A DREAM
Co-Star:Téa Leoni Actress, BAD BOYS, DEEP IMPACT
Star:Eddie Murphy American Actor/Comedian, TRADING PLACES (1983)
Co-Star:Harry O'Reilly
Co-Star:Frank Pesce Actor/Lottery Winner
Star:Alan Alda American Actor/Director
Co-Star:Robert Downey Director/Actor/Screenwriter/ Producer
Star:Ben Stiller American director/actor, MEET THE PARENTS (2000)
Star:Casey Affleck Actor - brother of Ben
Co-Star:Johnny Tran Actor
Co-Star:Michael Peña
Co-Star:James Colby
Co-Star:Peter VanWagner
Co-Star:Annika Pergament
Co-Star:Allie Woods
Co-Star:Clem Cheung
Co-Star:Jessica Szohr Actress
Co-Star:Gabourey "Gabbie" Sidibe Actor
Co-Star:Kevin Pariseau
Co-Star:Christina Calph
Co-Star:Nina Arianda
Co-Star:Desmin Borges
Co-Star:Stephen Henderson Star, A RAISIN IN THE SUN
Co-Star:Lynne Rossetto Kasper
Co-Star:Kate Upton
Co-Star:Marilyn Kim
Co-Star:Omar Nicodemo
Co-Star:Dylan Ratigan
Co-Star:Monika Plocienniczak
Co-Star:Edward Noone
Co-Star:Brian Distance
Co-Star: Village Actor
Co-Star:Les Papp
Co-Star:Michael Stratton
Synopsis: The workers at a posh Central Park condominium plot to steal back their pensions from the thieving Wall Street billionaire who's about to get away with the ultimate white-collar crime in this heist comedy starring Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy. Financial giant Arthur Shaw (Alan Alda) has just been placed under house arrest in his luxury New York City penthouse for cleaning out his investors to the tune of two billion dollars. Meanwhile, on the complete opposite end of the financial spectrum, Josh Kovacs (Ben Stiller) earns a modest living as the manager of The Tower -- the luxurious building where Shaw resides. Upon learning that the building staffers who entrusted Shaw with their retirement funds are about to lose their life savings, and that the thief will likely get off scot-free, Josh convinces a small group of Tower employees and a downtrodden former resident that Shaw has stashed a million-dollar safety net somewhere in his opulent penthouse, and that it's theirs for the taking if they can just slip past security. With dim-witted concierge Charlie (Casey Affleck), under-educated electrical engineer Enrique (Michael Peña), safecracking maid Odessa (Gabourey Sidibe) and downtrodden former resident Mr. Fitzhugh (Matthew Broderick) to back him, Josh recruits crafty swindler Slide (Eddie Murphy) to help get their money back. Although the security in Arthur's condo is unusually tight, between Josh's knowledge of the building and Slide's sleight of hand, this ragtag gang of thieves just might have what it takes to get the job done.
Release Note: DVD Features: Region 1 Note: 2 alternate endings Deleted/alternate scenes Gag reel Plotting Tower Heist Feature commentary with Director Brett Ratner, Editor Mark Helfrich and Co-Writers Ted Griffin & Jeff Nathanson Dual Layer Widescreen - 2.39 Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French, Spanish Subtitles - French, Spanish
Review: -11/03/2011
4 stars out of 5 -- "Eddie Murphy is back in top form, reason alone to see TOWER HEIST, a highly entertaining and heartfelt action comedy..."
Review: -11/03/2011
"Leoni can be tough and loopy at the same time, an extraordinary combination....Broderick makes a great deadpan sadsack..."
Review: -11/04/2011
"[The film] has considerable polish with cinematographer Dante Spinotti clever eye and a crack creative crew....[With] palm-sweating visual effects."
Review: -10/31/2011
"[S]nappy, well cast and streetwise....Shot sharply by Dante Spinotti and goosed by a zippy score from Christophe Beck..."
Review: -01/01/2012
3 stars out of 5 -- "It's got everything a comedy needs: space for the characters to breathe, good lines, and the pleasure of watching a marquee cast amiably goofing around..."