Blind Heat (2001)

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An industrialist's wife is kidnapped and held for ransom.


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23 September 2011 | bunnymehra1985
A Surprised Thriller
I had no expectation from this one and watched this on free Sunday afternoon. I know its some sort of b-grade movie starring Jeff fahey. But after watching the movie i m totally impressed, specially the way this thriller is directed. And I specially liked the role, of Jeff Fahey, he is very different here but his screen time is very limited. Story is interesting and grab your attention immediately after the actress kidnapping. If the same story was made with big A- category stars then I am sure it will be Oscar winner or nominated. But this one is really good, even a surprise one and good perfromace by Jeff and Eddie. I will rate this 7/10 (only prob here is a week start)

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Thriller

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Release Date:

30 April 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA, Mexico

Filming Locations

Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico

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