Dark Tower (2 Discs) (4K + Blu-ray + UltraViolet) Full Movie

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Dark Tower (2 Discs) (4K + Blu-ray + UltraViolet)

Based on the best-selling book series by highly-acclaimed author Stephen King.  The last Gunslinger, Roland (Idris Elba), has been locked in an eternal battle with the Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey), determined to prevent him from toppling the Dark Tower, which holds the universe together. With the fate of the worlds at stake, good and evil will collide in the epic battle as only Roland can defend the Tower from the Man in Black.

Dark Tower (2 Discs) (4K + Blu-ray + UltraViolet)

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Amazon Sales Rank : #335 in DVD
Released on : 2017-10-31
Format : 4K
Dimensions : 5.40" h x 7.50" w x .70" l, .52 pounds

The Boring Tower

  • - 2 stars

Reading the Dark Tower is something everyone should do and with that being said this movie was boring and I thought the actors should have reversed their roles. The gunslinger didn't show the wear and tear he has been through and Stephen King must have needed the money to have allowed this movie to even be titled The Dark Tower. Watching this movie brought the Tower down with no hope of saving it. Please don't make another if you are just throwing a movie out there just for the money.

Not a 5 star masterpiece, nor a 1 star disaster

  • - 3 stars

"The Dark Tower" (2017 release; 96 min.) is the latest big screen adaptation of a Stephen King book or series of books. As the movie opens, we get to know Jake Chambers, a young boy (10--11 yrs. old?) and his struggles--he is deemed "difficult" because of his 'visions' of a Dark Tower, to his mom's despair. Meanwhile, we learn there is a different yet parallel universe, where Ronald the Gunslinger is all that stands between the Man in Black and the fall of the Dark Tower. It's not long before thee two parallel worlds are joined... At this point we're 10 min. into the movie, but to tell you more would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.

Couple of comments: I probably would not have seen this film but for the fact that I am on vacation and the movie's scheduled time was quite convenient. I went to watch it with my grown-up daughter who chose this over "Everything, Everything". I had fairly low expectations going it, I must admit. I see some of the other reviews posted here, and really am baffled both by the 5 star reviews (as in: the PERFECT movie, really?) and the 1 star reviews (as in: the WORST ever, really?). The reality is that the movie falls somewhere in between: it's not great, but it's not a disaster either. The special effects are quite good, as is the young actor portraying Jake. If there is one thing about the movie that is definitely not good, it is Matthew Mcconaughey playing The Man in Black (sometime also referred to as the Sorcerer). It feels like he completely phoned it in. Terrible performance from an otherwise great actor.

The Tuesday evening screening where we saw this at in Tilburg, the Netherlands was attended quite nicely, somewhat to my surprise. But the bottom line is that, no, this isn't a masterpiece worth 5 stars, and neither is it a disaster worth 1 star. Just go check it out, be it at the theater, on Amazon Instant Video, and eventually on DVD/Blu-ray, and draw your own conclusion.

A Fun Flick, But Not Much Else

  • - 3 stars

The Dark Tower ultimately only ends up being mediocre, which is a real shame, because it had a lot that could have made it truly great.

Something of a sequel to the book series (or so director Nikolaj Arcel claims) it combines pieces of the first, third, and seventh books into a slightly different but familiar story.

Idris Elba is perfect (the only thing in the movie that is) as Roland Deschain, last gunslinger of Gilead, haunted by the day he lost everything. He's out for revenge against an impossibly powerful sorcerer, played here by Matthew Mcconaughey.

He's a good villain, though not quite as entertaining as Elba's Roland. He completely sells the role, however, and there are one or two moments where he's genuinely frightening.

The main character, young Jake Chambers, is played by Tom Taylor and he does a serviceable job. There is nothing really incredible about him as an actor, but he does the job.

Where this movie runs into problems is when Jake crosses over into Mid-World, Roland's world. Everything from this moment on goes by far too quickly. Mid-World is a new universe, one that is in it's death throes, but you only get the vaguest sense of this as the movie barrels on past it, throwing important information at the audience so quickly it's easy to miss. The scenes afterward, back in New York city, move just as fast, but this would've been forgivable as the action-packed high tension third act....had we not already gone through an action-packed high tension second act. The movie needed about thirty more minutes (if not more) to breath, and it should've taken that breath in Roland's home.

Despite this, the movie is fun and entertaining. But it's light popcorn entertainment and nothing more, much to the chagrin of the hard-core Dark Tower fans. Rent this movie for sure, buy it only if you love Idris Elba, light action flicks, or are a Dark Tower fan that doesn't mind the liberties taken with the source.