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The DVD was in excellent condition. The film itself is a must-have for any Charles Bronson fan, non-fans may appreciate the entertainment aspect of the fight scenes. I read someone write that Hard Times is the original "Fight Club" and I'd have to agree.
Bronson was on the big screen, but presented himself as 'the real thing', and in my opinion, the BEST!
I'm collecting all of his good movies; Hard Times & Mr Majestyk are my all time favorites.
I've also just added thre first two Death Wish DVD's
Considering he doesn't talk a lot in this movie, this may be Bronson's best role ever. He and James Coburn work very well together in this flick about a 1930's hardened drifter making his living off of back alley pick up fights in the seedier parts of New Orleans. A must see for all die hard Bronson fans.
I enjoyed this movie very much(why I added it to my collection). This is one of Charles Bronson's best. I think it showes how rough life was during the hard times of the depression and how one man was able to use his talent and street sense to survive in a world where one took nothing for granted and each day was a struggle. If you like gritty and no holds barred then I think you will not only enjoy this film but glimpse a little how things were in the days when men had to sell apples on the corner in order to provide for their familes.
I bought the Hard Times DVD three weeks ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive DVD. It has a 1M-pixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The DVD's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the movie has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 4 hours. My only complaint is that the menu system on the DVD makes you click four times before you can find Chapter in the menu, set an alarm, or perform a additional functions. Other DVDS I've owned have simpler menus and get you to important features easily. Overall, I'd recommend the DVD if you're on a budget.