Karl Urban  Actor Rosamund Pike  Actor Razaaq Adoti  Actor The Rock  Actor Deobia Oparei  Actor

MPAA Rating: NR

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Theatrical Release Date: 2005 10 21 (USA)

UPC: 025195055574

Studio: Universal Studios

MPAA Rating: NR   Contains:[Violence, Profanity, Gore]

Summary: One of the most popular and influential video games ever makes its way to the big screen in this sci-fi thriller. A coalition of Earth's scientific and military interests have established a research colony called Olduvai on the planet Mars, but one day all communication from the outpost stops and no one can tell what has happened -- though the final messages suggest it's not good. Believing foul play may have overtaken Olduvai's crew, the Rapid Response Tactical Squad, a team of specially trained military personnel, are deployed to investigate the situation and, if necessary, eliminate the invaders. But Sarge (Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock) and Reaper (Karl Urban), leaders of the RRTS team, soon discover the situation is far more grim than they could have imagined. An experiment on Olduvai has very literally opened a portal to Hades, and a variety of savage and demonic creatures have overtaken the colony. Now the RRTS must seal off Olduvai, close off any access to Earth, and exterminate the satanic beasts before they can kill again. Doom also stars Rosamund Pike (as Dr. Grimm), Dexter Fletcher, Ben Daniels, and Deobia Oparei. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Category: Action

Features: Basic training
Rock information
Master monster makers
First-person shooter sequence
Doom nation
Game on!


Format: Blu-ray

Release Date: 02/10/2009

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Cinemascope

Audio: DTS-ESM Digital Theater Pseudo 6.1 System, DD2 Dolby Digital Stereo

Runtime: 113 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,Spanish,French

Subtitles: Spanish,French

Jeremy Wheeler

While far from prize-winning material, the big-screen adaptation of Doom remains a breezy time at the movies that captures the feel of the game but adds little to the franchise's legacy. Taking its cues literally from Doom 3, the movie meticulously translates the game's sounds, images, and even first-person perspective shots into easy-to-stomach celluloid schlock for the masses. Sadly, apart from aesthetics, there's not much more that connects the game and the film. They're both fun rides that wear their inspirations on their sleeve, just as any comparisons to Aliens becomes a no-brainer when one stops and thinks about the source material. As it stands, the movie gives the audience just enough action to chew on without pandering to the audacious special effects that have hampered other video-game adaptations. While the plot is fairly brainless, there's just enough bullet-ridden action and blood-soaked gore to vaguely bring to mind the big-muscle intensity and horror elements that have made the game successful. However, those looking for the ultimate translation will most likely be disappointed with this modestly budgeted production. It certainly tries and is aided by The Rock's never-ending charisma, but the Doom film isn't the end-all-be-all movie that it should be. Fans of the third game have overwhelmingly stated their distaste for the adaptation, which could have been averted if the filmmakers would have only embraced the hellish monstrosities instead of focusing more on half-baked zombie adversaries. Separated from it's source material, though, the film remains a dumb and fun action ride, and sometimes that goes a long way for like-minded audiences looking for a good time. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Andrzej Bartkowiak  Director 
John D. Schofield  Executive Producer 
Wesley Strick  Screenwriter 
John Wells  Producer 
Clint Mansell  Composer (Music Score) 
Lorenzo Di Bonaventura  Producer 
Dave Callaham  Screenwriter 
Karl Urban  Actor 
Rosamund Pike  Actor 
Razaaq Adoti  Actor 
The Rock  Actor 
Deobia Oparei  Actor 
Ben Daniels  Actor 
Richard Brake  Actor 
Al Weaver  Actor 
Dexter Fletcher  Actor 
Brian Steele  Actor 
Yao Chin  Actor 
Robert Russell  Actor 
Daniel York  Actor 
Ian Hughes  Actor 
Sara Houghton  Actor 
Petr Hnetkovsky  Actor 
Jaroslav Psenicka  Actor 
Marek Motlicek  Actor 
Doug Jones  Actor 
Doug Jones  Actor 
Doug Jones  Actor 

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