I’ve had friends who have either loved or detested Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (I dug it, fyi), and if you were too busy to catch it in theaters, the picture comes out on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download on March 27th from Warner Home Entertainment.
Based on Jonathan Safran Foer’s 2005 novel, the story centers on Oskar Schell (Thomas Horn), an 11-year-old youth who scours New York City to find the lock which fits a key left by his late father (Tom Hanks), who perished in the World Trade Center attacks. Max Von Sydow received an Oscar nomination as The Renter, a reticent elderly man who helps Oskar on his quest.
Special features on the Blu-ray include a featurette on the making of Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, as well as the segments “Finding Oskar” and “Ten Years Later.” The DVD comes with “Finding Oskar.”
Sandra Bullock talks about why there will never be any “closer” with the 9/11 attacks: [MEDIA=5576]
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posted by Greg Srisavasdi (@gsrisavasdi)