A solid action film that takes you back to a time when studios took risks on action films that offered bigger actors, high concept plots and an exploding boat load of physical special effects.
Face/Off was one of the first films we decided to review it here on Retro Ramble for a number of reasons.
Not only is it a film we grew up on and have watched a fair few times since, it really was a big deal when it came out, being billed as the best thing since Die Hard.
If you’ve not watched it, and like a good action flick, then its definitely a must see.
For those of you who’ve seen it before, especially if its been a while you’ll be surprised just how more amusing this film’s plot has got with time and we would urge you to dust off the DVD and check it out again for yourselves.
Is this John Woo’s best action film?
Which is your favourite scene of Travolta turning his acting up to hammie/camp factor 11?
Who’s film is this really Travolta’s or Cage’s?
Let us know in the comments below.