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Director: Michael Mann     Starring: Robert De Niro Val Kilmer Al Pacino
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 211504388
UPC: 883929073337
UPC 14: 00883929073337
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Editor's Note
Robert De Niro and Al Pacino are finally together on screen in this riveting story about an intense rivalry between expert thief Neil McCauley (De Niro) and volatile cop Vincent Hanna (Pacino). McCauley will stop at nothing to do what he does best and neither will Hanna, even though it means destroying everything around them, including the people they love. With a solid supporting cast that includes Val Kilmer, Jon Voight, Ashley Judd, and Natalie Portman, HEAT is a truly epic crime story.


Video Features Aspect Ratio 1.95:1

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner
Video Release Date Release Date: 10/2/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 170 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1995
Video UPC UPC: 00883929073337
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Color Spec Video: Color
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Heat - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: David R Perry Reviews
Published on: 11/11/2009 7:51 AM
Much was made of the mythic pairing of Al Pacino and Robert De Niro in Heat. To the point where you wondered if people paid as much attention to the film itself as to fulfilling some fanboy wish for the ultimate action movie cast. But it's almost that too; it's both a good film and an acting tour de force. And it's also a key catalog release that is now finally available in high definition. Heat is the story of two career businessmen. One just happens to be a cop, while the other is an expert criminal. But they are both in a similar emotional state. Both are married to their jobs, both have difficulty sacrificing that to build meaningful relationships, and despite the fact that they would both like to change those aspects of their lives, they feel incapable of doing the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Wes Studi
Video Cast Info Natalie Portman
Video Cast Info Amy Brenneman
Video Cast Info Ted Levine
Video Cast Info Ashley Judd
Video Cast Info Mykelti Williamson
Video Cast Info Diane Venora
Video Cast Info Robert De Niro
Video Cast Info Jon Voight
Video Cast Info Tom Sizemore
Video Cast Info Val Kilmer
Video Cast Info Al Pacino
Video Cast Info Michael Mann - Director
Plot Summary
"Never have anything in your life you can't walk out on in thirty seconds" is the motto of expert thief Neil McCauley (De Niro). After his next break-in, McCauley plans to retire from his outlaw life and move to New Zealand. However, Vincent Hanna (Pacino), a Los Angeles police detective, obsessively tracks McCauley's gang of thieves, who have left three security guards dead in an armored truck robbery. As the detective gets closer to tracking them down, the crooks plan another big heist, this time at a bank. Hanna soon gets a lead that helps him determine the identity of the criminal mastermind who engineered the thefts, and discovers McCauley is a man as driven and relentless as the detective himself.

Although he doesn't have enough evidence against the thief to make an arrest, Hanna convinces McCauley to join him for coffee, at which point the two engage in casual conversation and discover that their lives are remarkably similar. However, each man makes it clear he'll kill the other if necessary. Though they know the police are closing in on them, McCauley and his men risk going through with the bank job. A violent shoot-out and car chase result, but the criminals escape. Hanna continues to pursue them unceasingly, at the expense of his already-crumbling marriage. Eventually Hanna and McCauley face each other for the last time in a thrilling showdown at the Los Angeles airport.

With HEAT, director Michael Mann achieves the nearly impossible task of making three hours go by in a flash with his use of the hand-held camera for action scenes and a moody score that echoes the characters' emotions. Val Kilmer, Ashley Judd, and others play characters that are also crucial to the plot, but never distract from the central conflict between McCauley and Hanna. The acting is outstanding, the story is riveting and the action scenes are breathtaking. Both De Niro and Pacino are perfect as two men driven to sacrifice nearly everything for their respective professions. With edge-of-your-seat action and insightful drama, HEAT is a crime film at its most intense and personal.

Memorable Quotes

"Maybe we should both do something else, pal."----McCauley (Robert De Niro) to Hanna (Al Pacino) over coffee|"I don't know how to do anything else."----Hanna |"Neither do I."----McCauley|"I don't much want to either."----Hanna |"Neither do I."----McCauley

"It's like you said. All I am is what I'm going after."----Hanna, to his estranged wife

"Never have anything in your life that you can't walk out on in 30 seconds if you see the heat around the corner."----McCauley

Professional Reviews

"...Gobs of talent are amassed..." 12/01/1995 p.35

Rolling Stone
"...This spellbinder vibrates with style, substance and humor, plus voluptuous camera work..." 12/28/1995 p.138

Sight and Sound
"...[HEAT] serves to bolster the case for Michael Mann as the key American auteur of the last ten years..." 02/01/1996 p.43-4

USA Today
"...A film that deserves Oscars for photography, editing, sound and arguably scoring....Heat is packed with unforgettable subcharacters..." -- 4 out of 4 stars 12/15/1995 p.1D

Entertainment Weekly
"...[Mann's] .357 Magnum opus....Macho-intellectual chutzpah..." 06/21/1996 pp.72-3

"...Stunningly made and incisively acted by a large and terrific cast....[HEAT] stands apart from other films of its type by virtue of its extraordinary rich characterizations..." 12/11/1995

Los Angeles Times
"...A sleek, accomplished piece of work, meticulously controlled and completely involving. The dark end of the street doesn't get much more inviting than this..." 12/15/1995 p.F1

Chicago Sun-Times
"...There is absolute precision of effect here, the feeling of roles assumed instinctively..." 12/15/1995 p.37

Total Film
"[With] stunning cinematography, capturing an off-kilter LA, all metallic grey and widescreen sheen." 04/01/2004 p.137

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