Turn your sound up. Right up.
Now put this on.
Now THAT is how you do a film scene.
John Boorman's crime thriller, which sees Lee Marvin famously stomping around California looking for the $93,000 that John Vernon and Sharon Acker unwisely diddled him out of during a heist on Alcatraz that sees him left for dead, is very much a Boorman take on the late 60s crime thriller.
It has its surreal moments and occasional art film pretensions. It faffs around occasionally with a fractured timeline as well. But with Marvin absolutely belting it out of the park in the lead role, Point Blank has no choice but to be a fantastic neo(ish)-noir thriller, whether Boorman…