Point Blank

  • 1967
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Crime

The ultimate arty 60s thriller, and we mean that as a compliment. John Boorman's second film (after HAVING A WILD WEEKEND) and his first US production, POINT BLANK layers some of the stylistic traits of the French New Wave onto a quintessentially American thriller. The result is a breathtakingly composed genre classic, and a surprisingly complex allegory...read more

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Point Blank - Official Trailer
02:48 — A man left for dead by his wife and her mobster lover comes back for revenge.
Point Blank - Trailer
00:32 — A man left for dead by his wife and her mobster lover comes back for revenge.
(Movie Clip) Men Everywhere
Chris (Angie Dickinson) and Walker (Lee Marvin) casing the Huntley House (still operating, much gentrified) in Santa Monica, stalking the bad guys in (more…)
(Movie Clip) Most Accidents Happen...
More technical virtuosity and crunching noise as Walker (Lee Marvin) takes used-car dealer Stegman (Michael Strong) for a ride in John Boorman's landm (more…)
(Movie Clip) Open, Walker
New Wavey opening of director John Boorman's acclaimed Point Blank, 1967, in which Walker (Lee Marvin) wakes up recalling the caper staged with his wi (more…)
(Movie Clip) Credits, Alcatraz
The second part of the opening of John Boorman's Point Blank, 1967, in which Walker (Lee Marvin) wakes up at Alcatraz as the credits roll, then return (more…)
(Movie Clip) Glad You're Not Dead
Lots of sound and editing flash as Walker (Lee Marvin, speaking not a word) finds his wife Lynne (Sharon Acker) in an early scene from John Boorman's (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: The ultimate arty 60s thriller, and we mean that as a compliment. John Boorman's second film (after HAVING A WILD WEEKEND) and his first US production, POINT BLANK layers some of the stylistic traits of the French New Wave onto a quintessentially American… (more)

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