True Romance (1993) Blind Spot Review

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! I thought I’d reblog something romantic for today but, after searching through my blog, this is the only review coming up in the results for “romance”. What can I say? I’m mostly into sci-fi & horror. 🙂 So here’s my review of True Romance from back when I was doing the Blind Spot challenge…

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True Romance (1993)

Directed by Tony Scott

Screenplay by Quentin Tarantino

Starring: Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer, Gary Oldman, Brad Pitt, Christopher Walken

Music by Hans Zimmer

Plot Synopsis: (via IMDB)
Clarence marries hooker Alabama, steals cocaine from her pimp, and tries to sell it in Hollywood, while the owners of the coke try to reclaim it.

My Opinion:

*This is my fourth Blind Spot review after An Education, Summer Wars & Natural Born Killers.

When choosing my Blind Spot movies for this year, True Romance was the first one I thought of as I’d been meaning to watch it for years but, for some reason, just never got around to it. I like Tarantino and love both Christian Slater & Patricia Arquette so I was really excited to finally make myself sit down & watch this. I ended up with two…

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9 thoughts on “True Romance (1993) Blind Spot Review

  1. What a film! I rewatched it with my boyfriend recently actually. He prefers comedies and action films so I really had to sell it to him, especially as he doesn’t like more realistic, gory violence. He said it was “alright” whereas I fell for it all over again!

    • Yeah, I’m actually a wuss with violence but can handle it with certain films. Really depends on the film. Think this was the same year I also watched Natural Born Killers as a Blind Spot movie. Was surprised to like that one quite a lot despite the extreme violence.

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