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Side #1 --
English (Dolby Digital)
The Patriot Theatrical Teaser
The Patriot Theatrical Trailer
Director, Producer Audio Commentary
Director, Producer Audio Commentary (English): On
Director, Producer Audio Commentary (English): Off
"Visual Effects Interactive Featurette"
How a Patriot Loses His Head
Recruiting a Digital Army
"True Patriots Featurette"
"The Art of War Featurette"
Conceptual Art to Film Comparison
Behind the Scenes
Birth of the Ghost/The Funeral
The Heart of a Villain
"Wait for My Order"
With Optional Commentary (English)
Cast & Filmographies
Roland Emmerich (Director)
Side #1 --
2. "Estamos en Guerra."
3. "Querido Thomas."
4. La Ilegada de Gabriel
5. Coronel Tavington
6. La Reglas de la Guerra
7. El Rescate de Gabriel
8. Batalla de Camden
9. Coronel Martin
10. Un Caballero y un Carnicero
11. Un Anuncio
12. Reclutamiento de Milicia
13. Puntería y Precisión
14. No Prisioneros
15. Fuegos Artificiales
16. La Escaramuza del Rey
17. Fuerte Wilderness
18. Cornwallis y el Fantasma
19. "To Voy a Matar."
20. La Plantación de Charlotte
21. La Boda
22. Dirigiéndose a la Aldea
23. "Quemen la Iglesia."
24. La Venganza de Gabriel
25. La Batalla de Cowpens
26. El Fantasma y el Carnicero
27. Yorktown, 1781
28. Un Nuevo Mundo
Menús en Español, Portugués e Inglés
Audio digitalmente masterizado y video anamórfico
Audio: Español, Portugués, Inglés 5.1
Subtítulos: Español, Portugués, Inglés
Comentario del director Roland Emmerich y del productor Dean Devlin
Cortmetraje Interactivo de Efectos Visuales
Cortometrajes del campo de batalla - "El Arte de la Guerra"
Associate Producer - Dionne McNeff
Associate Producer - Michael Dahan
Casting - Elizabeth Greenberg
Cinematographer - Caleb Deschanel
Composer (Music Score) - John Williams
Costume Designer - Deborah L. Scott
Executive Producer - Roland Emmerich
Executive Producer - Ute Emmerich
Executive Producer - William Fay
Second Unit Director - Peter Winther
Stunts - James M. Halty
Visual Effects Supervisor - Stuart Robertson
Although this war epic covers perhaps too much territory -- both historical and personal -- director Roland Emmerich keeps the pace buzzing and preserves his much-lauded skill at seamlessly blending sweeping vistas with cutting-edge, digital special effects. Traveling much the same narrative ground as he did in his Oscar-winning Braveheart (1995), Mel Gibson once again assays the role of a humble farmer drawn irrevocably against his will into a political conflict during which he proceeds to unleash a torrent of violent fury and strategic skill. Although Gibson's Ben Martin is more of a character type than a character, the actor portrays him with the same steely resolve and glint of good humor that made his William Wallace an international favorite. Co-star Jason Isaacs sinks his teeth into the part of the evil, atrocity-committing Colonel Tavington, a role that stirred up controversy in the United Kingdom for its cartoon-like villainy. The Patriot meanders down the paths of too many subplots, which detract from the film's main action, but the satisfying climax ties all the loose ends up neatly with a slam-bang finish that smacks of as much historical accuracy as Hollywood is able to muster in modern times. Although screenwriter Robert Rodat intended the film to be a portrait of legendary real-life guerrilla leader Francis "The Swamp Fox" Marion, later drafts of the script excised most of the textbook figures in favor of fictionalized heroics designed to make Gibson's character more sympathetic than the controversial Marion. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi
Caleb Deschanel : Best Cinematography - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sc, 2000
John Williams : Best Score - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sc, 2000
Lee Orloff : Best Sound - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sc, 2000