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In the enthralling Blow Out, brilliantly crafted by Brian De Palma (Sisters, Carrie, Scarface), John Travolta (Saturday Night Fever, Pulp Fiction) gives one of his greatest performances, as Jack, a movie sound-effects man who believes he has accidentally recorded a political assassination. He enlists the help of Sally (played by Carrie’s Nancy Allen), a possible eyewitness to the crime who may be in danger herself, to uncover the truth. With its jolting stylistic flourishes, intricate plot, profoundly felt characterizations, and gritty evocation of early-1980s Philadelphia, Blow Out is an American paranoia thriller unlike any other, as well as a devilish reflection on the act of moviemaking.
It has been many years since I have watched this film. But I remember it very well and thought it was John Travolta's best film. Read morePublished 6 days ago by kelly Groce
I remember seeing this movie years ago so, I purchased the Blu-ray version. Just as interesting the second time around.Published 7 days ago by Gerald N. Gambino
If you love John Travolta and Nancy Allen together in a movie (Carrie, 1976), this one is another gem! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leland D. Petty
i lived in philadelphia once and certainly Philadelphia was a major character of this film, my most enjoyable character.Published 3 months ago by JG
One of Brian DePalma's best. Uses all of his signature directorial flourishes to great effect. Travolta, Allen and Lithgow give fantastic performances. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Glen Johnson
I actually think this is Travolta's best movie. It is small in budget. It is early in his career. It is a well written plot. I love it.Published 6 months ago by Wayne Crenwelge
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It seems he just doesn't like doing commentaries. This Criterion edition of Blow Out does include a 1 hour interview with De Palma by filmmaker Noah Baumbach.
Apr 29, 2011 by ShowsOn | See all 2 posts
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Amazon's "Region 1" or "US and Canada only" Blu-ray discs have the regular Blu-ray region A (or A/1, as it's sometimes referred as) encoding. They will play fine with with any region A Blu-ray player, including Singapore.
May 3, 2011 by Ranavalone | See all 4 posts
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