127 Hours may not have taken home any trophies at last night's Academy Awards (and James Franco may not have won many fans as co-host), but anyone who missed the flick in theaters will finally get to see what all the hubbub was about when it hits Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow. To give you a little sneak peak, we've got an exclusive clip from the disc's deleted scenes below.
127 Hours is of course based on the story of Aron Ralston, the real-life rock climber who was forced to saw off his own freaking arm with a dull knife after becoming pinned beneath a rock back in 2003. Franco received a ton of praise for his performance, so it's definitely worth seeing assuming you've got the stomach for it.
The DVD and Blu-ray versions will include several special features, including commentary with director Danny Boyle, producer Christian Colson, and screenwriter Simon Beaufoy. And since Amazon currently has both the Blu-ray (opens in new tab) and DVDs (opens in new tab) discounted 50%, it won't cost you an arm and a leg.
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Here's our exclusive clip from the deleted scenes, where a beleaguered and exhausted Aron has narrowed his future down to only a few simple options, none of them good.
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