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Blood Work (Full Screen)

Clint Eastwood , Jeff Daniels , Clint Eastwood    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
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A former FBI profiler who has recently undergone a heart transplant comes out of retirement to track down the serial killer who has recently begun killing victims with the former agent's blood type.


Après des incursions réussies dans des styles très différents, c’est avec le film policier, son genre de prédilection, que l’acteur mythique et réalisateur de talent Clint Eastwood a décidé de renouer dans son 23e film, Blood Work (Créance de sang), adaptation du best-seller de Michael Connelly.

À la suite d’une enquête difficile, le redoutable agent du FBI Terry McCaleb doit subir une transplantation cardiaque. Deux ans plus tard, alors qu’il jouit d’une retraite méritée, une jeune femme lui demande de reprendre du service pour élucider le meurtre de sa sœur, donneuse du cœur qui bat dans la poitrine de McCaleb. La loyauté et l’amour du métier le conduiront sur les traces d’un psychopathe particulièrement retors, le “tueur au code”.

Même s’il apparaît de plus en plus vieilli à chacune de ses réalisations, Clint Eastwood, 72 ans, continue de peaufiner son image de justicier solitaire au grand cœur, grâce à son incroyable charisme et à son regard impénétrable. Bien que fidèle au schéma d’un film policier ultra-classique, rappelant d’ailleurs parfois le légendaire Dirty Harry, Blood Work peut tout de même compter sur une progression dramatique assez efficace, soutenue par une réalisation fluide et sobre. Un film qui évoque le sentiment de se glisser dans des pantoufles usées, certes, mais que l’on sait confortables. --Helen Faradji

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4.0 out of 5 stars A very decent Eastwood Thriller Oct. 24 2010
By Robert Badgley TOP 500 REVIEWER
This Aug/2002 release of Clint Eastwood's thriller Bloodwork,has now been re-released on DVD by Warner's.If you haven't noticed,they have been steadily re-releasing most of his works onto DVD,either singly and/or sets,in a remastered form and boy do they look good.This movie is no exception and as always this enhances the viewing experience tremendously.
The story line in this well cast movie is about one Lt.McCaleb,retired FBI profiler.One night he is on scene investigating a homicide when he spots the suspect.He chases him but has a heart attack while trying to climb a chain link fence.The hooded suspect stops and starts back towards him which enables McCaleb to get a few shots off at him,and he wounds the fleeing suspect.McCaleb goes out and we find that he is not only still alive but has received a heart transplant from a young lady who was fatally shot in a robbery around this same time.He also is now retired and living on a boat,and his neighbour is a jolly sort of guy by the name of Jasper Noone(Jeff Daniels),who lives off his dad's stipends.
One day NcCaleb is visited by a woman by the name of Graciella Rivers(Wanda De Jesus).It seems McCaleb was the recipient of his dead sisters heart and she reasons he owes it to her sister to find her killer.Reluctantly he agrees but as his inquiries and investigation widen his heart is starting to act for the worse under the strain.His doctor Dr Fox(Angelica Huston)continually warns him against such folly but McCaleb determinedly soldiers on.The trail has many branches and some of them lead to seemingly dead ends but there is a grisly connection to all of them.Witnesses even get killed and when he goes to the location of one of the murders at an ATM machine,the murderer himself unknowingly(to McCaleb)stands right behind him.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Decent crime-thriller flick but awkward at times. June 10 2004
I happened to have had a fascination with the whole way that forensic investigators have used unusual evidence to track down and find who the real criminals behind crimes really are. 2002's Clint Eastwood directed "Blood Work" for the most part does succeed in being a really good and sometimes challenging movie for crime-drama thriller moviegoers.
Terry McCaleb is a former FBI agent Miami who recently retired after a minor heart attack forced him to retire from the job of police investigator until after a string of killings, he comes out of retirement and goes back on the job when the sister of a murder victim is desperate to have her sister's killer brought to justice. Terry McCaleb has had a hard life because of the frustration of letting the killer slip through his hands due to the heart ailment that he suffered just as he was about to catch him. Even more daunting is that the victims' blood matches McCaleb's and he in fact got a heart transplant from one of the murder victims but defies the health effects of his heart transplant to bring down the killer before he strikes again.
This movie is a really good thriller for the most part but the movie does have it's share of flaws like even a lot of positive reviews have emphasized. One of the is that the acting by the entire cast, while decent, does from time to time, drift off in all directions. However my favorite one was actor Paul Rodriguez. While he doesn't have a whole lot of acting time on this film, he is so funny as the hot-tempered chief who has had a long standing semi-rivalry with McCaleb. Seeing his character go ballistic all the time is so funny and to be honest, besides Clint Eastwood, Paul Rodriguez really is the shining star for me.
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By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAME TOP 500 REVIEWER
I would expect a wide range of responses to "Blood Work," with the key factor being at what point in the proceedings you went from being behind in figuring out what was going on to getting way ahead of the game. Once again Clint Eastwood is working in front and behind the camera, playing Terry McCaleb, who is an F.B.I. Profiler working on the case of the Code Killer. Literally on the heels of the serial killer, McCaleb suffers a massive heart attack, but still manages to put a bullet in the fleeing suspect. We then jump ahead two years to a point where McCaleb is retired and ending his second month with a new heart. Then Graciella Rivers (Wanda De Jesús) shows up at boat and says she wants him to investigate the murder of her sister. McCaleb declines, since he is retired from the force and recovering from a heart transplant, but Graciella trumps his objections by telling him that it is her sister's heart that is now beating in his chest. McCaleb feels obligated to investigate, even though it means stepping on the toes of the local cops (Paul Rodriguez and Dyaln Walsh as the unfriendly cops and Jaye Winston as the helpful one).
McCaleb is not well; we know this because everybody constantly tells him and his doctor (Anjelica Huston) has a fit every time he even spends time thinking hard. But McCaleb has a debt to repay, and as he investigates the murder he, of course, uncovers things that none of the other cops are picking up on. I know exactly what I want to say about this type of thriller, but even announcing in general terms what is happening here would give the game away. I caught on about five minutes before McCaleb did and while I liked the revelation of what exactly had been done and why, I have to admit the film is all downhill by that point.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Eastwood goes into difficult territorry in interesting caper
The recent political climate in which this film is set against, is Eastwood's interest in victims from a conservative standpoint. Read more
Published on Sept. 18 2012 by Anthony Marinelli
5.0 out of 5 stars A thriller acted, directed and produced by my favorite actor!
Tonight was Clint Eastwood night in the Dravis household...again. Just can't get enough of that guy! Read more
Published on July 22 2010 by Betty L. Dravis
4.0 out of 5 stars compelling and engaging
sure this movie takes awhile to get going,but it does work.there's a bit of a murder(and more)mystery to solve,but unlike most formulaic movies of the genre this takes a different... Read more
Published on Sept. 2 2007 by falcon
1.0 out of 5 stars blood work
this is the worst detective movie i have ever seen. in twenty minutes i solved the crime that it takes clint eastwood's character the rest of the movie to solve. Read more
Published on July 12 2004 by tom barford
3.0 out of 5 stars Read the book...
I give kudos to Mr. Eastwood for seeing a great book in the novel - Michael Connelly is a gifted writer - and developing a movie, however, the movie does not have the suspense of... Read more
Published on April 11 2004
3.0 out of 5 stars Not all that great but far from bad.
This movie is a rather average crime drama about a retired FBI agent who recieved a heart transplant from a murder victim and is now on the case of solving the murder and finding... Read more
Published on Feb. 25 2004
2.0 out of 5 stars Piles on the clichés
The innocent black man mistakenly convicted of murder; the last-minute attempt for a reprieve. Been there; done that. Read more
Published on Feb. 2 2004 by Hinkle Goldfarb
3.0 out of 5 stars Eastwood still has it.
3.5 stars. The Legend that is "Clint Eastwood" often conceals the fact that Mr. Eastwood is a very good actor, and one of the best directors working today. Read more
Published on Jan. 22 2004 by D. Knouse
5.0 out of 5 stars Farfetched plot, but still a good story. Fine acting too.
I like Clint Eastwood. So naturally I enjoyed this 2002 film in which he stars as well as directs. He's over 70 years old now and, instead of making believe that this is not... Read more
Published on Jan. 10 2004 by Linda Linguvic
4.0 out of 5 stars Very entertaining detective procedural melodrama.
Based on the best seller by Michael Connelly, with a good-but-not-as-good-as- "L.A. Confidential" script by Brian Helgeland (which he also adapted), "Blood Work" serves as a fine... Read more
Published on Jan. 3 2004 by M J Heilbron Jr.
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