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Noah Rymer almost 4 years ago
interesting evolution of the typical 80's character John Cusak is famous for
HaeWon Blackwell over 4 years ago
Driver and Cusack are charming and have good chemistry. That and the soundtrack is great!
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
An entertaining dark comedy. Needs more Alan Arkin.
Robyn Hamilton 6 years ago
Silly and fun, great soundtrack and John Cusack!
Fae 6 years ago
The movie was fantastic, entertaining, and had a GREAT soundtrack.
Tavis over 6 years ago
Very much a movie of its time, but I love it.
heidijane over 6 years ago
One of my all time faves.
Guy Edwards over 7 years ago
A great little known movie
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
A pretty funny movie about a funnier concept. Really loved the ending though.
Don Lathrop 10 months ago
Manu over 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Molly Flanagan over 2 years ago
noemi gutierrez over 3 years ago
Drew K over 4 years ago
Guy Meltzer over 4 years ago
Tim Yates 5 years ago
Lacey Shinn 5 years ago
shelby strube over 5 years ago
Grosse Pointe Blank is a 1997 American Black comedy film, directed by George Armitage, and starring John Cusack and Minnie Driver. In 2000, readers of Total Film magazine voted Grosse Pointe Blank the 21st greatest comedy film of all time. The film's soundtrack features mainly independent music hits from the 1980s. Professional assassin Martin Q. Blank (John Cusack) finds himself depressed, irritable, dissatisfied with his work. A major irritant is his chief rival Grocer (Dan Aykroyd), whose effort to cartelize the hitman business puts him at potentially lethal odds with the solitary Martin. Following a botched contract, Martin receives an invitation to his class of '86 10-year high school reunion in his home town of Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Initially reluctant to attend, he is pressured into it by both his therapist (Alan Arkin) (who rejects Martin as a patient, but continues to permit sessions with him out of fear) and his secretary (Joan Cusack) (the only person with whom Martin...
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