Lethal Weapon (1987)
With over seven minutes of previously unavailable scenes, the director's cut of Lethal Weapon is a long-overdue present for fans. Riggs's solitary homelife and the tragic loss spurring him in a reckless disregard for his own safety now come into greater focus. We see that recklessness is new scenes underlining the differences between the two cops. Murtaugh, just 50, needs reassurance about his skills at a firing range. Riggs, not caring if he sees another birthday, coolly walks into a schoolyard sniper's field of fire. All the humor and adrenaline that made this original an entertainment milestone are here, too. No scenes have been removed. But new action and new insight are now included. Include yourself in the excitement.
Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)
Riggs wows the pretties of a hotel spa before getting to Getz. Murtaugh receives bad bodywork news from an auto repairman after his beleaguered station wagon sees some Riggs-piloted street action. Plus, feisty Leo shares a newly included scene in which he recalls a suspect's address by complex spins of numbers that, well, no one can tell it like Leo. And no one would follow his lead but Riggs and Murtaugh. It's police procedure, Lethal style. And it's yours to enjoy as the duo draws a bead on criminals hiding behind diplomatic immunity.
Lethal Weapon 3 (1992)
Riggs and Murtaugh are back again. This time, they must stop a former cop who has become an arms dealer to L.A. street gangs.
Lethal Weapon 4 (1998)
Mel Gibson and Danny Glover return as buddy cops Riggs and Murtaugh, with Joe Pesci riding comedy shotgun as chatterbox Leo. Murtaugh is still the family man. Riggs is still the gonzo loose cannon and - what's this? - family man. His will-he/won't he marriage to Cole (Rene Russo) is one of the new wrinkles in this powerhouse crowd-pleaser that also stars comedy favorite Chris Rock and international action star Jet Li. This sequel involves an action packed battle with a Chinese ganglord.
- Starring: Danny Glover, Mel Gibson, Joe Pesci, Gary Busey, Darlene Love, Jet Li, Chris Rock
- Format: Color, Dolby, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85.1
- Number of Discs: 5
- Rating: R
- Label: Warner Studios
- Release Date: 06/12/2012
- Run Time: 468 minutes
- Catalogue #: 3000042808
- Commentary By Director Richard Donner
- Honeymoon Suite Lethal Weapon Music Video
- Additional Scenes
- Stunts and Action Featurette
- Sting and Eric Clapton "It's Probably Me" Music Video
- Commentary By Director Richard Donner and Key Creative Team Members
- Documentary Pure Lethal: New Angles, New Scenes and Explosive Outtakes
- New Retrospective Featurettes - I'm Too Old For This S**T: Lethal Weapon and The Hollywood Monster It Created