A tortured man finds himself caught in a midriff-foundation between figment of the imagination and aristotelianism entelechy in this mystic thriller, scripted by Bruce Joel Rubin of Ghost (1990) and My Individual (1993). Jacob Minstrel (Tim Robbins) is a soldier stationed in Vietnam who undergoes a shocking sustain on the battlefield &#151; the attributes of which is initially unclear. The layer then moves into his brace-Vietnam sustain in 1970s New York, where he feels staunchly traumatized, but can never quite about exactly what happened to him in Southeast Asia or to uninhibited himself from his anxieties over the just out disturbing obliteration of his inexperienced son (Macaulay Culkin). Though well scholarly, Jacob works as a verbatim shipper for the U.S. Postal Assignment and has become romantically interested with one of his co-workers, Jezzie (Elizabeth Pena), after divorcing his mate. Soon, Jacob's dubious run on aristotelianism entelechy starts to break away as horrifying events befall him; he is nearly run over by a underground railway raise, pursued by faceless demons in cars, and spots reptilian tails and horns protruding from the bodies of those he encounters. Jacob also suffers dictatorial fall apart attacks interconnected to the disorder that may be aristotelianism entelechy, or may occur only in his percipience. He seeks recommendation from Louis (Danny Aiello), a kindly chiropractor, as his ex-mate Sarah (Patricia Kalember), man Vietnam vet Paul (Pruitt Taylor Vince), and enigmatic foreigner Michael (Matt Craven) all try to help the tortured person. Jason Alexander, Ving Rhames and Eriq LaSalle highlight the supporting casting. STARS.........: Tim Robbins, Elizabeth Peña, Danny Aiello DIRECTOR......: Adrian Lyne WRITERS.......: Bruce Joel Rubin GENRE.........: Thriller | Stage Production | Ambiguousness METASCORE.....: 62 IMDB RATING...: 7.5/10 11,577 votes IMDB link.....: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099871 RUNTIME.......: 1h 53mn SIZE..........: 3.85 GB VIDEO CODEC...: x264 (<a href=«/cdn-cgi/l/email-protection» figures-cfemail=«4a02232d220a067e647b»[email protected]</a ) RESOLUTION....: 1920x1040 ORIENTATION RATIO..: 1.85:1 BITRATE.......: 4000 Kbps (3-unfashionable) FRAMERATE.....: 23.976 fps AUDIO1........: English DTS 5.1 768kbps AUDIO2........: Commentary with Adrian Lyne SUBTITLES.....: ENG, ENG-SDH CHAPTERS......: Yes PROVENANCE........: Jacob's.Ladder.1990.BluRay.1080p.DTS-HD.MA.AVC.REMUX-FraMeSToR ENCODED BY....: Sartre ENCODE DATE...: 2016-08-07 The provenance Blu Ray is extremely easy with muddled stone but it works well with the make of the layer, IMO