In pre-perestroika times, drug trafficking was an outrageous crime. To fight with the Georgian mafiosi, who is using all the connections of the United States, trying to add Soviet citizens to cocaine, police storm Ivan Danko is entering a thunderstorm.
This guy doesnt like to joke, and his big muscles and pistol serve as proof of his seriousness. To arrest the bandit, Ivan goes to Chicago – a hotbed of capitalist infection. There, a chatty policeman becomes his assistant. Together they neutralize mafiosi, destroying half a city and shooting a couple of dozen villains.
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“Red Heat” is one of the brightest representatives of the galaxy of classic militants of the 80s of the last century, when one name of Arnold Schwarzenegger worked so that he didnÂt even need to invest extra money in advertising, Schwarzenegger himself was a walking advertisement and box office he made only by his presence (although it is unlikely that Hollywood producers received any money from our “pirates”). For our domestic audience, this tape in general became a landmark among all the works of Iron Arnie: where else could we see this iconic figure in the guise of our policeman and speaking Russian, albeit with a nightmare accent?
Perhaps this is not the strongest film with the participation of Arnold Schwarzenegger, but for us it has become acceptable and loved precisely thanks to the interspersing of the Russian ethnic group. True, when Russian words flew from the lips of Hollywood actors, they were generously equipped with selective mat, which may have been due to the participation in the film of Oleg Vidov and Savely Kramarov, the latter was a well-known joker and hardly missed the opportunity to mock the Hollywood film industry a little. That is precisely what the words have become the same hallmark of the “Red Heat” as the Schwarzenegger accent. In general, several remarks firmly entered into the everyday life of the one who repeatedly looked at this classic action movie.
A small digression: I personally sometimes cut through in a conversation the tortured word with the coiled language ÂHooligans, trying to repeat the masterpiece of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Another business card of the tape is the participation of James Belushi. This impudent, but such a charming type introduced a decent dose of humor into the picture, and even the one-voice translation makes one shudder with laughter when his sarcastic character squeezes out another verbal slap in the face.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is truly brilliant: the appearance of the walking muscles with a bulletproof expression somehow creates the complete impression of a real Russian policeman, who, however, was squeezed into the boundaries of American stereotypes. He fights and shoots like a real lone hero who can save our mortal world. Yes, and the form on it sat like a native, albeit it is clear that they sewed to order.
Another plus is the pronounced villain performed by Ed O`Ross. For such people they say: ÂHe didnÂt go out with his face – completely fits his appearance, but the actor added a hoarse, smoky voice to his character, which made him even more vile.
“Red Heat” is already an integral part of the era in the cinema of “classic action movies.” For us, domestic viewers, it became a visual aid, how to show a Russian, but not offend, albeit very stereotypically. To everyone who has not watched Red Heat yet, I strongly advise you to do it, even if youÂre already used to large-scale blockbuster paintings, youÂll get at least a positive charge.
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1
English, English SDH, Spanish