The pay off is excitement when Mel Gibson portrays hard-boiled Porter in 'Payback', a fast, frequently funny and ecstatically twisted blend of action and noir atmosphere co-written and directed by Brian Helgeland, Academy Award winner for 'LA Confidential'.
Porter makes his living outside the law. So when his partners in a heist rip off his $70,000 share and leave him for dead, there's only one way for Porter to settle things: his way. And that sends him on a vendetta that will have a lot of lowlifes gaping at the talking end of Porter's fat revolver. Crooked cops. Street gangs. Spineless flyspecks. Crime bosses. Anyone and everyone standing between Porter and his 70 grand are going to know he's back... with a vengeance.
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pPyback (theatrical version) is one of my favorite films, prepare to route for the bad guy as porter (Gibson) forcibly tries to get his money back against staggering odds. First rate performances all round - Lucy Liu's character is awesome. This disc gives you the option of directors cut/theatrical version. Be aware that the two versions are very, very different. The directors cut was how the film was originally intended but was canned in favour of a different version. I much prefer the theatrical version but perhaps that's because that is the version I saw first. Either way its a real treat to have access to both.
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