Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 2 hours
- Video: Color
- Released: January 8, 2013
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Paramount Catalog
- Encoding: Region [unknown]
- Note: Commentary by Director Michael Mann
- City of Night: The Making of Collateral
- Special Delivery
- Deleted Scene with Commentary
- Shooting on Location: Annie's Office
- Tom Cruise & Jamie Foxx Rehearse
- Visual FX: MTA Train
- Original Theatrical Trailer HD
- Original Theatrical Teaser Trailer HD
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French, Spanish
- DTS HD Master Audio - English, French, Spanish
- Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Entertainment Weekly - 08/13/2004
"[A] tensely funny and alive Los Angeles night-world thriller....Cruise and Foxx are so good together because they allow the two characters to get under each other's skin."
Premiere - 07/01/2004
"[A] feast for the eyes....[Mann] really uses the electronic sheen that comes with the format."
Rolling Stone - 09/02/2004
"Mann hits a new peak, orchestrating action, atmosphere and bruising humor with a poet's eye for urban darkness."
USA Today - 09/03/2004
"[T]he wrap-up is staged with craft and confidence..."
Uncut - 10/01/2004
"COLLATERAL has the texture and gravity of an old-school classic."
Chicago Sun-Times - 12/10/2004
"[With] complex, intriguing characters..."
Total Film - 07/01/2006
"Mann's crisp, pulp thriller sees TC as a bad cat in after-hours LA..."
Wall Street Journal - 04/24/2009
"[An] elegantly crafted and genuinely thrilling thriller....The crackling-smart script was written by Stuart Beattie..."
Jamie Foxx plays Max, a Los Angeles cab driver who has a pretty wild night in this thriller from Michael Mann (HEAT, THE INSIDER). First, Max picks up, flirts with, and gets the number of Annie (Jada Pinkett Smith), an attractive District attorney. Next, Vincent (Tom Cruise) climbs into his cab. He is a professional hit man who reserves Max for the night with a whole shopping list of victims he needs to visit. As the night moves forward and the body count rises, Max must wrestle with the question of how to do the right thing while staying alive. Gradually the two men bond in unlikely ways, as each learns survival mechanisms from the other, and it all doubles as a metaphor for morality vs. capitalism. Mark Ruffalo and Peter Berg play cops who eventually get on Max and Vincent's trail, leading to a spectacular action set piece inside a night club. Irma P. Hall (2004's THE LADYKILLERS) gets laughs as Max's hospitalized "momma," and Javier Bardem (BEFORE NIGHT FALLS) is a sinister drug lord. With a capable director like Mann at the wheel, this remains a smooth, enjoyable ride while also being fast, bumpy, and full of twists and turns. The streets of urban, nighttime Los Angeles--captured via a specially modified digital camera--never looked so beautiful or desolate. As typical of the director, the film is both artistic and action-packed; operatically over-the-top while never skimping on the little details.
Theatrical Release |
- THEATRICAL RELEASE: AUGUST 6, 2004