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Blind Date [Blu-ray]

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A Los Angeles bachelor attends a company dinner with a stranger who gets silly when she drinks.

Product Details

  • Actors: Bruce Willis, Kim Basinger, John Larroquette
  • Directors: Blake Edwards
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: January 14, 2014
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FMGPVXI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,962 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Ghenghis TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 25, 2004
Format: DVD
And still one of the best date movies around.

A boyish Bruce Willis coming off his emergence in "Moonlighting" fights off insanely obsessed
ex-boyfriend John Laroquette while dealing with stunning Kim Basssinger's "alcohol allergy" with
hysterical results. The business meeting with the Japanese patron is classic Blake Edwards. I
found myself laughing out loud throughout this kooky farce. Very funny.

The DVD has both widescreen and standard, the transfer is pretty good, but the 2 channel dolby
is semi-hollow. Who cares, this movie is just pure fun! 5 Magnums
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I remembered this movie from it's original release. My daughter watched it years later and truly loved it. We showed it to my wife and son-in-law and were taken back to its original freshness because of their reaction. My wife and I showed to our best friends and got the same reaction. I think it is impossible not to laugh at this film. Bruce Willis is a natural comedic talent, proven by Moonlighting.No matter how many times I watch this movie I always enjoy it.

I would reccomend this movie to anyone regardless of age who want to watch a real comedy. There is no thinking required, just entertainment. If you do start thinking it only gets funnier....and funnier.

The whole cast does a great job and use their natural talents. There is not a weak link in the cast. A great comedy film that is really under rated. Why are movies like this always overlooked by critics and awards?
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You don't get comedies like this anymore, the late Blake Edwards really could makes his films unique, this one is no exceptions, this one definately screams 80's, but it is still fun to watch, this one came out at a time when Bruce Willis was enjoying his success on "Moonlighting" & one year before "Die Hard" made him a movie star, in this he is Walter Davis who needs a date for his company's business meeting, his brother Ted(the late Phil Hartman) sets him up with Kim Basinger's Nadia, but warns not to let her drink, Walter of course ignores this warning & everything that can go wrong does, starting with a comapny dinner being totally ruined & Walter being fired, to John Larroqette as Nadia's psychotic ex-boyfriend David, who is just off the wall crazy & a hoot to watch, to a brawl in a nightclub, the Walter's car being stripped in a bad neighborhood to his & David's fight at a party, the ending sees David blackmailing Nadia into marrying him at his father's estate to William Daniels as David's father who doesn't even like him, to Walter being chased by a doberman named Rambo at the estate as he tries to rescue Nadia which results in more slapstick humor, Willis & Larroquette have sinced put their comedy days behind them, but this one will remind you how funny they once were.
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One slight misunderstanding can take you on a journey you won't soon forget. Walter (Willis) is told (incorrectly) to get Nadia (Basinger) drunk and then have a good time. Not quite right, and then there's Nadia's obsessed husband wanna-be — and ex-beau — (John Larroquette as David) who can't stand to see her with another man. Mild mannered Walter winds up in the nost bizarre, confusing and ultimately ruinous date of his life! The supporting cast in the movie is excellent; the sight gags, many of which are supplied by Larroquette, are priceless. William Daniels is great as the judge who sentences David for his night of shame, and who also happens to be David's Father! Willis does a wonderfully comic, wide-eyed and exasperated turn as the put upon corporate guy who just wanted a date for the Big Dinner. (His poor Nissan Sport Car suffers almost as much as he does — in some ways, maybe more so!) The direction by Blake Edwards keeps this movie rolling from one significant event to another, combining clever writing and visual appeal all the while. If you decide to make this a date movie, one would hope that both parties have a flexible sense of humor. It might be something you won't want to repeat in your personal life! Highly recommended, it is a little jewel of slapstick and pathos, wildly obsessive/compulsive, and yet tender in many a moment. You'll be rooting for Walter and Nadia to come out this alive — if they survive the sadly humorous events and exploits along the way.
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This is another old film recently re-released on Blu-Ray. Good cast: a younger Bruce Willis (he actually had some HAIR) and Kim Basinger. Comedic premise: Willis has to find a date for an important business dinner. A colleague’s wife sets him up with Kim. He’s wary but she assures him Kim is quite good-looking and available, as she recently broke up with her boyfriend. One slight problem: don’t give her alcoholic beverages, as they make her “kinda crazy”. So of course, that’s exactly what happens. How crazy? Does it get him fired? Do they ever speak again? Will we care? My wife hated this movie. It’s unimpressive enough that at the moment I can’t remember exactly how it ended—the most interesting question to me I guess, is: should we blame Kim for drinking, when she knew it tends to lead to bad things, or blame Bruce for encouraging it at first, or both of them equally—and how do the two of THEM come to terms with their responsibility, the morning after? I give this a “C”, because it’s not very funny, but it does pose at least potentially interesting questions.
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