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An L.A. cop (Al Pacino) becomes fixated on a deadly thief (Robert Dinero) and his crew ( Val Kilmer & Jon Voight) who are taking Los Angeles to the cleaners. This movie includes one of the most spectacular shoot outs in film history as Dinero and Kilmer rip through downtown Los Angeles with both guns blazing.
My buddy tiger told me. Heat is not about robbing banks. But it's about where HE AT. We all know that the Red, White, and Blue know the highway like the back of their hands. Read morePublished 2 days ago by iTi BiTi Corporation
Great movie. Excellent inside into how a case is developed and the investigative process.Published 17 days ago by Edward Wells
First one rubbish looks like a copy!! Did not work !! Sent back and have not yet received a replacement but to be honest i dont expect it to be any better than beforePublished 19 days ago by Martin W.
A great movie and suspenseful. Keeps your attention throughout the movie.Published 22 days ago by James Black
Even Better then the first time i saw it. Looks truly 1080p sound is perfect especially in the bank heist scene. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Gabriel A. Chavarria
One of the best gun battle scenes in movie history. Phenomenal cast and story. DeNiro should have checked his ego and sailed off into the sunset with his hot girlfriend at the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Benjamin Farley
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Great movie... poor blu-ray transfer... 4/10.
Mar 10, 2013 by Stephonso | See all 5 posts
|Best shoot out scene in modern cinema||
I'd have to say HEAT over The Matrix. Only because the guys in HEAT actually employed real-life "fire and maneuver" tactics when attacking their adversaries. Notice I said "attacking" (bounding and covering each other). They weren't merely defending themselves, but also... Read More
Aug 11, 2009 by Pat Nava | See all 13 posts
|When the hell is this coming out on blu-ray?||
I know, this will look TOO GOOD on blu-ray..oh well we can only hope theyre doing the transfer right..I think they said it was supposed to be released a long time ago but who knows
Feb 10, 2009 by Nathan W. Freeman | See all 5 posts
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