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    Unique ID Code: 0000039630
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    Added on: 15/9/2002 12:32
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    Eraser (UK)

    3 / 10
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    He will erase your past to protect your future
    Certificate: 15
    Running Time: 107 mins
    Retail Price: £12.99
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    Arnold Schwarzenegger plays John Kruger, a U.S. Marshal who "erases" the lives and identities of people entering the Witness Protection Program. Kruger must protect an executive (Vanessa Williams) who`s uncovered a deal to put a new superweapon in the wrong hands. It`s a do-or-die assignment. So Kruger makes sure he does in a nonstop action spree that includes plunging from an airplane after his parachute, turning ravenous alligators into instant luggage, outbraining ultratech security and outbrawning killers with hypervelocity weapons.

    For power-packed excitement, Eraser is unstoppable.

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    Production Notes

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 English

    Subtitle Tracks:
    CC: English

    Directed By:
    Chuck Russell

    Written By:

    Robert Pastorelli
    Vanessa L. Williams
    Arnold Schwarzenegger
    James Coburn
    James Caan

    Casting By:
    Bonnie Timmermann

    Soundtrack By:
    Alan Silvestri
    Walter Werzowa

    Director of Photography:
    Adam Greenberg

    Michael Tronick

    Costume Designer:
    Richard Bruno

    Production Designer:
    Bill Kenney

    Arnold Kopelson
    Frank Capra III
    Caroline Pham
    Anne Kopelson
    Stephen Brown

    Executive Producer:
    Chuck Russell
    Michael Tadross

    Warner Bros

    Your Opinions and Comments

    7 / 10
    I can`t say I agree with Jitendars review...

    This is not in the same league as Predator or T2, but it`s a lot better than Raw Deal or Junior and so represents something of a return to form.

    The video and audio are both reasonably good.

    I haven`t seen the R1 version (though several people have told me it`s better)
    posted by I. Merriman on 7/4/2003 21:36