Mona Lisa Smile/Steel Magnolias

Mona Lisa Smile/Steel Magnolias

Director: Herbert Ross, Mike Newell Cast: Julia Roberts, Sally Field

DVD (Wide Screen)

Overview

A pair of Julia Roberts vehicles, Mona Lisa Smile and Steel Magnolias, are packaged together on this set from Columbia TriStar. Each is presented in a widescreen transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio. The Steel Magnolias disc offers a commentary track recorded by director Herbert Ross, deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, trailers, and talent files. Mona Lisa Smile contains a look at the art seen in the film and a music video for Elton John's "The Heart of Every Girl." These titles are available individually, but this set offers the most cost-effective way to acquire them both.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/28/2004
UPC: 0043396081789
Original Release: 0000
Rating: PG-13
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 3:59:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Mona Lisa Smile: Art forum; Mona Lisa Smile: College Then and Now; Mona Lisa Smile: What Women Wanted - 1953; Mona Lisa Smile: Music video - Elton John "The Heart of Every Girl"; Mona Lisa Smile: Filmographies; Steel Magnolias: Digitally mastered audio & anamorphic video; Steel Magnolias: Widescreen presentation; Steel Magnolias: Audio - English 2-Channel (Dolby Surround); Steel Magnolias: Additional languages - Spanish, Portuguese; Steel Magnolias: Subtitles - English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai; Steel Magnolias: Director's commentary; Steel Magnolias: Deleted scenes; Steel Magnolias: Exclusive featurette; Steel Magnolias: Isolated music score; Steel Magnolias: Bonus trailers; Steel Magnolias: Talent files; Steel Magnolias: Interactive menus; Steel Magnolias: Production notes; Steel Magnolias: Scene selection

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Mona Lisa Smile
1. Start [1:08]
2. Katherine Watson [3:39]
3. Nancy Abbey [1:15]
4. History of Art 100 [7:45]
5. Amanda Armstrong [1:55]
6. The New Syllabus [4:42]
7. Against the Law [2:11]
8. A Front-Page Attack [3:08]
9. Dismissed [5:06]
10. Not Dangerous, Subversive [1:10]
11. Joan Brandwyn [4:01]
12. Betty's Wedding [8:40]
13. The Jackson Pollock Assignment [5:27]
14. Accepted to Yale Law School [3:36]
15. An Early Christmas Present [1:37]
16. Off the Track [3:26]
17. The Paint-by-Numbers Lecture [3:55]
18. Adam's Ribs [5:54]
19. The Contemporary Art Lecture [4:19]
20. Stupid, Deceived & Angry [1:15]
21. Belated Gift Exchange [6:05]
22. The Truth About Charlie [2:34]
23. Spring Fling 1954 [7:15]
24. Her Fate Is Sealed [7:16]
25. Stan Sher [5:26]
26. A Conditional Invitation [3:59]
27. "How Else Will You Remember Us?" [3:13]
28. A Woman Who Lives by Example [9:01]
Side #2 -- Steel Magnolias
1. Start [3:27]
2. Mother of the Bride [3:27]
3. New Hire [1:50]
4. Talking Trash [1:47]
5. Clairee Belcher [5:08]
6. Ouiser Boudreaux [2:02]
7. Wedding Day Gossip [6:58]
8. Insulin Shock [5:48]
9. Personal Tragedy [3:57]
10. The Wedding [2:40]
11. The Reception [6:26]
12. Leaving the Nest [3:51]
13. Christmas Festival [4:21]
14. Color Announcer [:59]
15. "I'm Pregnant" [11:47]
16. A Big Secret [1:52]
17. First Birthday Party [1:17]
18. Shelby's New Do [5:14]
19. Dialysis [3:23]
20. Beer & Christ [5:30]
21. "Look's Good" [1:18]
22. Wedding Shower [3:56]
23. Shelby Takes Ill [1:12]
24. In a Coma [3:42]
25. Family Decision [5:24]
26. Grave Site [6:05]
27. Laughter Through Tears [10:10]
28. Life Goes On [4:21]

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Guest More than 1 year ago
I wanted to go see Mona Lisa Smile because one of my favorite actresses, Kirsten Dunst, was in it. She did wonderful acting and her dramatic scenes were some of the best she’s ever done. One scene she became very defensive and angry which I thought was impressive and she was really good at. Kirsten’s character in Mona Lisa Smile was very different to her others characters in movies because she was given a more adult role. The movie’s cast acted very well and I loved the drama and romance that they all portrayed. I thought that the movie was slow in some parts which made you lose the meaning of what was going on. I think that if the circumstances were explained better then you would have a better idea of what the characters were going through. Mona Lisa Smile’s story was also depressing. The girls got married and then one husband was having an affair. This slowed the pace down for me because I don’t like depressing scenes. But if you are in for romance and a good inspiring tale, then Mona Lisa Smile would be good for you to see.