Red Heat

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Arnold Schwarzenegger (TERMINATOR 2) is Captain Ivan Danko, a by-the-book Russian detective who partners with a fearless but undisciplined American cop (James Belushi) to track down Russia’s deadliest drug smuggler through the mean streets of Chicago in this adrenaline-fueled action thriller…. More >>

Red Heat

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  1. Guys,common. It’s Arnold. Sell your old dvd’s and replace them. Arnold deserves to get the Blu treatment.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I am deaf and been dying to watching this movie with captions. Now about time I get to see this movie with one! VHS video long time ago does not have captions and DVD as well I think. I have not be able to get watch this for long long long time. This is like new movie to me ha ha. BTW I am deaf and am so glad Blu Ray movies have all titles with subtitles… love the blu rays!!!! They rulz!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. I’m in love with this movie since I had first saw it back in 90th…..great conversion to Bluray…..I’m happy that I got this movie on Bluray (not like 12 Monkeys and Waterworld which sucked). Good job! Highly recomend to any Shwartz lovers…..
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. I am not going into this film, but it is good to add to my Arnold flicks. Now I just want Raw Deal!

    Blu-Ray quality, despite “pro” reviews, is on point! It is crisp, clean and detailed. It also has enough grain to show that it is film, but it is clean and right! I was taken back by the price (it was $12.99 when I bought it) and no reviews, but I just assumed it was priced low because this is one of Arnold’s more obscure, forgotten about titles. THIS is the way Blu-Ray should look, no arguement about it. The cover makes it look as if they just threw it together and did not care about it, but it is near perfect.

    The sound is fair. Digital yes, but not ground breaking and not bad either. The sound is a lot worse than picture and does not complement it as well. I guess it’s just a part of the legacy of films from that era. The extras (I only watched the trailer and the TV spots) look as if they were pulled from VHS. I guess this where they just threw things together.

    If you like this film or want your Arnold collection on BD, get this without hesitation! Don’t be scurred!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. A fun shoot-im-up with lots of good chase scenes and a few good plot twists. One of the things that make the movie is Arnold going around strait faced and like the terminator without the metal endoskeleton.

    Thoroughly rotten bad guy and drug dealer Viktor Rostavile `Rosta’ (Ed O’Toss) flees the USSR after encountering Capt. Ivan Danko `USSR State Police’. We find that he has big plans in Chicago where he plans to do a deal with Abdul Elijah `incarcerated Revolutionary political leader’ (Brent Jennings). Abdul has an agenda of his own. Everyone’s plans must be adjusted as Danko turns up in Chicago and teams up with Det. Sgt. Art Ridzik `Chicago Police Dept.’ (James Belushi) to track down and retrieve Rosta.

    In the process of tracking we meet all kinds of dangerous criminals and beautiful women. Ridzik almost gets killed because of his instant affinity with a blond wayward nurse; he is in for a surprise. We also have the obligatory vehicle chase scene with a different twist.

    Aside from the main players there are quite a few recognizable character actors which add significantly the movie.

    Rating: 5 / 5

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