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Blow Out (1981)

Viewing Dec' 18 ///

Travolta plays a sound man who hears a murder occur whilst recording sounds for his next movie. Having been a sound guy myself I couldn’t help but feel like I was the hero of this story, the power of Hollywood to make your old average joe over here feel like he was the star, amazing… This is of course sarcasm, the film is okay. I am quite a big fan of John Lithgow, and here he is as creepy as ever.


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