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Actors of "Red Heat"Oleg VidovBirthdate: 11 June 1943, Filimonki, Leninskiy rayon, Moskovskaya oblast, RSFSR, USSR [now Filimonki, Moscow, Russia]
Characters of "Red Heat"
Directors of "Red Heat"Walter HillBirthdate: 10 January 1940, Long Beach, California, USA
Creators of "Red Heat"Walter HillBirthdate: 10 January 1940, Long Beach, California, USAHarry KleinerBirthdate: 10 September 1916, Tiflis, Russian Empire [now Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia]
Critic Reviews of "Red Heat"VarietyJuly 06, 2010
Schwarzenegger, who when he dons a green suit is dubbed 'Gumby' by Belushi, is right on target with his characterization of the iron-willed soldier, and Belushi proves a quicksilver foil.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
Surface stuff, moderately contemptuous, but entertaining enough.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
''Red Heat'' is a topically entertaining variation on the sort of action-adventure nonsense that plays best on television.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
Right off the assembly line.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
"Red Heat" is not the first movie about a couple of very different cops, and it will not be the last, but as the formula goes this is a superior example.7M PicturesJune 27, 2011
It might never be remembered as a great film - or even as a great Schwarzenegger film - but it's a great slice of nostalgia.Reel Film ReviewsNovember 29, 2009
...a plodding, downright generic buddy-cop thriller that's simply unable to sustain the viewer's interest for more than a few minutes at a time.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsApril 03, 2008
Went hotly down my throat like a shot of vodka with a donut to appease this big hunger pang I suddenly had for junk Commie things.Fantastica DailyJanuary 25, 2006
Hill's muscular, energetic direction makes what might have been just another buddy-cop thriller into an electrifying piece of escapism. One of Arnold's most underrated flicks.Juicy CerebellumMay 27, 2004
This thing was a dud in the 80s. That's saying something.Montreal Film JournalSeptember 10, 2002
Walter Hill's direction's real cool, and the photography is beautiful. The film is also pretty funny. The leads are great.Matinee MagazineSeptember 03, 2002
Hill's confidence keeps the formulaic buddy-cop cliches entertaining.
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