GIVEAWAY: Win ‘One Hour Photo’ on Blu-ray

Robin Williams stars in this 2002 thriller about a lonesome photo store employee who has an obsession with a suburban family.
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GIVEAWAY: Win ‘One Hour Photo’ on Blu-ray

Director Mark Romanek's 2002 thriller One Hour Photo makes its Blu-ray debut May 7th from Fox Home Entertainment. Robin Williams stars as Sy Parrish, a photo shop employee who develops a dangerous obsession with a typical suburban family. To celebrate this high-definition release, we have a contest lined up where fans can win a copy of this Blu-ray. Act fast, because these prizes will be gone before you can get your family photos developed! Read on for details on how you can enter to win.

One Hour Photo Blu-ray

Winners Receive:

  • One Hour Photo Blu-ray

HERE'S HOW TO WIN!


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Robin Williams delivers his "finest hour" (USA Today) in "one of the most absorbing, effective thrillers in years" (NBC-TV). Sy "the photo guy" Parrish (Williams) has lovingly developed photos for the Yorkin family since their son was a baby. But as the Yorkins' lives become fuller, Sy's only seems lonelier, until he eventually believes he's part of their family. When "Uncle" Sy's picture-perfect fantasy collides with an ugly dose of reality, what happens next "has the spine-tingling elements of the best psychological thrillers!" (The New York Observer)

Special Features:

  • New - Location/Tech Scouting: Multi-Angle Vignettes

    New - Cast Rehearsals

    New - Lensing One Hour Photo

    New - Main Title Test

    New - Sy's Nightmare Elements

    New - Storyboards

    New - Poster Explorations

    Commentary by Mark Romanek and Robin Williams

    The Charlie Rose Show

    Sundance: Anatomy of a Scene

    Cinemax Featurette

    Trailer and TV Spots

One Hour Photo was released August 21st, 2002.

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  • Shemp-DeYoung • 2 years ago

    This is a great film that I haven't seen in many years.

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    • Robbie-Stine • 2 years ago

      I Love Robin Williams and I really liked this movie when it came out in theaters in the early 2000's. I would love to add this movie in blu-ray format to my collection.

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      • Devin-Sabas • 2 years ago

        I have not seen this movie in forever. i must see it again as i remember liking it quite a bit

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        • CJ-Nereson • 2 years ago

          LOVE Robin Williams.

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          • masterofthemoon • 2 years ago

            Good movie, plus Robin looked like a demented Phil Collins!

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            • odieous25 • 2 years ago

              This is one of the creepiest, disturbing, and bracing psychological films I've see in the last 15 years, because it just got under your skin, and the story seems like it could happen to anyone, so that's what made it so unbearably real. Plus, Robin Williams has a remarkable ability to not only change genres, but to also make you feel for him, even though Sy is a very creepy guy.

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              • Crnogorac • 2 years ago

                I love Robin ! this movie would be perfect for my personal collection!!!

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                • Will-Griesmer • 2 years ago

                  Because I surprisingly havent seen this.

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                  • foesad85 • 2 years ago

                    Robin Williams kicks @$$!!

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                    • Tina-Krauss • 2 years ago

                      what a creepy ass movie. but i'd watch it again.

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                      • Salvador-Cornejo • 2 years ago

                        This was a good film. Quite a performance by Robin Williams. He was very creepy and chilling to watch. Even more exciting is the addition of new special features. I for one can never have to many special features. So I would definitely want this blu-ray. Well-directed by Mark Romanek.

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