Brick (Special Edition) [Blu-ray]

Brendan Frye (Joseph Gordon-Levitt, The Lookout, Looper) is a high school loner, someone who knows all the angles but has chosen to stay on the outside. When the girl he loves turns up dead, he is determined to find the “who” and “why” and plunges into the dark and dangerous social strata of rich girl Laura (Nora Zehetner, Beneath), intimidating Tugger (Noah Fleiss, Joe the King), drug-addled Dode (Noah Segan, Deadgirl), seductive Kara (Meagan Good, D.E.B.S.), and the ominous Pin (Lukas Haas, Witness). But who can he really trust? These are the ingredients of Brick, a gritty and provocative thriller co-starring Richard Roundtree (Shaft). Rian Johnson (Looper, Star Wars: The Last Jedi) wrote and directed this clever and twist-filled neo-noir that wowed audiences and critics alike.

Special Features:
-Audio commentary by writer/director Rian Johnson, actors Nora Zehetner and Noah Segan, producer Ram Bergman, production designer Jodie Tillen and costume designer Michele Posch
-8 deleted and extended scenes (w/ introduction by writer/director Rian Johnson)
-The Inside Track: Casting The Roles of Laura and Dode
-5.1 Surround and 2.0 Stereo
-Theatrical Trailer

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3 thoughts on “Brick (Special Edition) [Blu-ray]

  1. And here I thought Rian Johnson was Irish Boy, am I late to this party. I actually saw this outstanding “high school noir” on DVD not long after it came out. I didn’t know JGL (Joseph Gordon Levitt), helmer Rian Johnson or even indie films that well. What a difference over ten years makes. But, the passage of time has not dulled the sharp edges of this supremely edgy crime thriller, set and filmed, interestingly, in the very high school Rian Johnson himself attended. JGL plays Brendan whose not-recently-ex-girlfriend appears to…

  2. High School Noir. Dashiell Hammett’s high school years. High School Noir. Excellent writing, directing, acting. Even the lone sax mournfully played in the background. It rarely gets better than this. If you are a fan of Noir that is, if not….well you probably won’t enjoy the movie, or understand the loving homage of the genre. And I think Joseph Gordon Levitt channels Bogie wonderfullly. Love this movie, it is going into my permanent watch-at-least-once-a-year-collection. Unfortunately this will probably never…

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