Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events * - (Widescreen) (2004)
Front Cover Actor Back Cover
Jim Carrey Count Olaf
Liam Aiken Klaus Baudelaire
Emily Browning Violet Baudelaire
Cedric the Entertainer
Billy Connolly Uncle Monty
Jennifer Coolidge
Luis Guzman
Jude Law Lemony Snicket (voice)
Catherine O'Hara Justice Strauss
Timothy Spall Mr. Poe
Kara Hoffman Sunny Baudelaire
Shelby Hoffman Sunny Baudelaire
Meryl Streep Aunt Josephine
Movie Details
Genre Adventure; Comedy; Family; Fantasy
Director Brad Silberling
Producer Laurie MacDonald; Walter F. Parkes; Jim Van Wyck
Writer Robert Gordon; Daniel Handler
Language EnglishEnglish
Audience Rating PGPG
Running Time 116 mins
Country USAUSA
Studio Paramount Pictures
Internet Movie Database
Dear Viewer,
If you enjoy movies filled with singing rabbits, exploding spaceships, or cheerleaders, you are holding the wrong DVD entirely.

this movie is extremely alarming, an expression which here means "a thrilling misadventure involving three ingenious orphans and a villainous actor named Count Olaf (Carrey) who wants their enormous fortune." It includes a suspicious fire, delicious pasta, Jim Carrey, poorly behaved leeches, an incredibly deadly viper, Meryl Streep, and the voice of an impostor named Jude Law. The only things that could make such a spectacle more upsetting are special features, such as commentary by me or outtakes involving nervous laughter.

I am bound to continue my research into the lives of the Baudelaire orphans, but you are free to seek lighter fare, like bleu cheese fondue.

With all due respect,
Lemony Snicket

Personal Details
Index 338
Product Details
Region Region 1
Layers Single side, Dual layer
Subtitles English
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]
FRENCH: Dolby Digital 5.1
SPANISH: Dolby Digital 5.1

Extra Features
Commentary with Director Brad Silberling
Brad Silberling and the Real Lemony Snicket Commentary
Bad Beginnings: "Building a Bad Actor," "Making the Baudelaire Children Miserable," "Interactive Olaf"
Orphaned Scenes: 11 "Dismal Deletions" and 5 "Obnoxious Outtakes"