54: The Directors Cut (DVD + UltraViolet)

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Way back in the 1990s, a fabulous idea from a promising filmmaker was turned into a flaccid, de-queered (de-boned?) mess. Ryan Phillippe looked great shirtless (kind of hard for him not to) and Mike Myers was impressive as legendary club owner Steve Rubell, but that's about all there was to recommend the heavily publicized 1998 fiasco 54. Now, you can finally see this tribute to the most infamous NYC club of the 1970s in it's full uncut glory! Writer/director Mark Christopher has re-edited his film nearly two decades later with 44 minutes of restored original material not seen in theaters or any previous release. See this sexier version of the cult classic, which features more gay content - including the much-buzzed-about kiss between Phillippe and Breckin Meyer!


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Reasons to Buy

  1. As disappointed as we were when this movie first came along in 1998, I have kind of grown to love it's campy clichés and overall ineptitude. This isn't the great film it should have been, but it turned in to an interesting failure.
  2. I would be willing to watch Ryan Phillippe read from the phone book for hours on end as long as he's doing it shirtless. That boy is a one of God's little gifts to gay men everywhere.
  3. Mike Myers is fantastic in this movie - and made a bold career move by going after such this role after his huge Austin Powers success. I particularly love the scene where he tries to suck Breckin Meyer's cock.

Reviews

8 Reviews for 54: The Director's Cut (DVD + UltraViolet)

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Review by Erik Schut

By: Erik Schut
In-House Review - Jun 27 2016
Editor's Note: The review below concerns the original release and not the new Director's Cut. We have removed our star rating to give this new version a fair shake.

What happened to this promising idea? Hot shot gay filmmaker Mark Christ... Read More

Review by Erik Schut

By: Erik Schut
In-House Review - Jun 27 2016
Editor's Note: The review below concerns the original release and not the new Director's Cut. We have removed our star rating to give this new version a fair shake.

What happened to this promising idea? Hot shot gay filmmaker Mark Christ... Read More

Review by Green Giant

By: Green Giant
i was eagerly awaiting the release of the
director's cut but was rather disappointed.

i found the director's cut not that radically
different from the version which was released
August of 1998. reasons why.

1.the... Read More

Review by Green Giant

By: Green Giant
i was eagerly awaiting the release of the
director's cut but was rather disappointed.

i found the director's cut not that radically
different from the version which was released
August of 1998. reasons why.

1.the... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"54"
The Resurrection
Amos Lassen
Just a few days ago I wrote a new review of the 1998 film, "54" but now there is more news about it. When it was first released, it did not do much at the boy office but now, strangely enough, it s bei... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"54"
The Resurrection
Amos Lassen
Just a few days ago I wrote a new review of the 1998 film, "54" but now there is more news about it. When it was first released, it did not do much at the boy office but now, strangely enough, it s bei... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
In the 1970's, Club 54 was perhaps the most famous in the world. Here we get the fictionalized story about it as seen by one of the employees. Mike Myers plays Steve Rubell, the owner of 54 and a cocaine addict. Myers delivers a bravura performance a... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
In the 1970's, Club 54 was perhaps the most famous in the world. Here we get the fictionalized story about it as seen by one of the employees. Mike Myers plays Steve Rubell, the owner of 54 and a cocaine addict. Myers delivers a bravura performance a... Read More

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