Brokeback Mountain

(2005)

Adapted from a short story by "The Shipping News" writer E. Annie Proulx, the story centers on two men (Ledger and Gyllenhaal) who meet one summer as sheepherders in Wyoming and form a bond and love that spans 20 years. The film tracks that time period and their evolving relationship.

‘Brokeback Mountain’ Brings the Drama to Blu-ray on March 3rd

You can bring home one of the most talked-about films of the 21st Century home on Blu-ray this March. Brokeback Mountain will be released on Blu-ray on March 2. We don't have any cover art, pricing details or special features listings at this time, but we'll surely update this story as soon as we get more information. The film stars Heath Ledger, Jake Gylenhaal and Michelle Williams.

Early one morning in Signal, Wyoming, Ennis del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal) meet while lining up for employment with local rancher Joe Aguirre (Randy Quaid). The world which Ennis and Jack have been born into is at once changing rapidly and yet scarcely evolving. Both young men seem certain of their set places in the heartland - obtaining steady work, marrying and raising a family - and yet hunger for something beyond what they can articulate. When Aguirre dispatches them to work as sheepherders up on the majestic Brokeback Mountain, they gravitate towards camaraderie and then a deeper intimacy.

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Universal to Bring Out ‘Brokeback Mountain’ January 23 On HD-DVD

Movie PictureUniversal is breaking new ground with Brokeback Mountain.

Winner of three Academy Awards® including Best Director, the movie that became a cultural phenomenon is now available in a remarkable two-disc Collector's Edition. Relive the sweeping epic that explores the lives of two young men (Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal), a ranch hand and a rodeo cowboy, who meet in the summer of 1963 and unexpectedly forge a lifelong connection. With all-new bonus features, never-before-seen footage and highly collectible postcards, this definitive set magnifies the emotion, drama and power of one of cinema's most groundbreaking films.

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SOJU AFTER MOVIE: ‘Brokeback Mountain’!

B. ALAN and MANTOOTH take you frame-by-frame through the most fag-centric cowboy movie ever made: Brokeback Mountain! After receiving multiple cease and desist orders from the film studio, the boys finally convince Ang Lee to drop the charges and join them for this very FEY episode of Soju After Movie. Running time is 127 minutes.

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CONTEST: Take Home ‘Brokeback Mountain’ On DVD!

Movie PictureAlright you cowpokes, it's time to get in touch with your inner selves and enter our Brokeback Mountain giveaway! Enter to win a DVD of the film you just can't quit...

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‘Brokeback Mountain’ Comes to DVD April 4

Academy Award® nominees Heath Ledger (The Patriot, Lords of Dogtown) and Jake Gyllenhaal (Jarhead, Donnie Darko) star in the seminal film, Brokeback Mountain, the sweeping epic of two men who forge an intense, secretive bond, available on DVD from Universal Studios Home Entertainment April 4, 2006. Ang Lee's (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) skillfully nuanced direction, which earned him an Academy Award®, shapes Brokeback Mountain into a landmark story that is powerfully affecting. Also starring Academy Award® nominee for Best Supporting Actress Michelle Williams (The Station Agent, Prozac Nation) and Anne Hathaway ("Princess Diaries", Ella Enchanted), this must-own DVD unfolds against the raw beauty and splendor of the American West.

Winner of three Academy Awards®, including Best Director (Lee), Best Adapted Screenplay (McMurtry & Ossana) and Best Original Score (Gustavo Santaolalla), Brokeback Mountain tells the story of Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal), two young men dispatched to work as sheepherders up on the majestic Brokeback Mountain in the summer of 1963. During their experience, Ennis and Jack are drawn into an unexpected life-long relationship, filled with love and loss. The DVD is priced at $29.98 SRP.

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‘Brokeback Mountain’ Take Top Prize at the 2006 Independent Spirit Awards

Focus Features' Brokeback Mountain rode off with the top prizes at the 2006 Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday. The romantic drama about two gay ranch hands was named best feature and earned Ang Lee best directing honors, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Also sharing the spotlight was Sony Pictures Classics' Capote, Lionsgate's Crash and the Weinstein Co. and IFC Films' Transamerica, which each won two awards.

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‘Brokeback Mountain’ Saddles Up the Big Winner at the Golden Globes

It was a huge night at the Golden Globes for two of last years most talked about films, Walk the Line and Brokeback Mountain. Brokeback was the big winner on the film side with four awards while Walk the Line won three trophies.

The biopic on the life of Johnny Cash, Walk the Line, scored big time with both leads, Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin, picking up wins in the Best Performance by an Actress and Actor in a Lead Role in a Musical or Comedy. Joaquin portrayed the late Johnny Cash in the film, while Reese took on the role of the late June Carter. Walk the Line also took home the honor of Best Picture of the Year for a Musical or Comedy.

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‘Brokeback Mountain’ Takes 4 Golden Globes

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain, an art house weepie about two star-crossed ranch hands already appears to be crossing over into mainstream hit status. Budgeted at an estimated $14 million, the film, which is playing in only 683 theaters nationwide, has grossed a projected $32 million as of Monday. And now its embrace by the 84 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. before a nationwide TV audience should allow Focus to further broaden the movie's release into the heartland.

Heading into the Golden Globes, Brokeback led the pack with seven nominations and scored a solid victory by picking up four of them -- even if Heath Ledger's star turn as a man of few words failed to win best actor honors, which instead went to Philip Seymour Hoffman's far more verbally dexterous performance in Capote.

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