Blu-Ray Review: Fargo 20th Anniversary Steelbook Edition

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Blu-Ray FargoJoel and Ethan Coen have been making unique and often classic films for over three decades. In 1996 they released one of their best films ever with “Fargo.”

With a modest budget of just 7 million dollars the film went on to gross almost ten times that amount. “Fargo” also racked up seven Academy Award nominations eventually winning two Oscars for  Best Actress and Best Original Screenplay.

Along with the critical and box office success the film gave us career making performances by previously mentioned Oscar winner Frances McDormand as well as William H. Macy and Steve Buscemi.

Twenty years later “Fargo” is still a winner and to celebrate its platinum anniversary Shout! Factory has just released the film in a collectable Blu-Ray steel book. The 20th Anniversary Limited Edition contains remastered audio and picture plus the following bonus features:

  • Audio Commentary With Director Of Photography Roger A. Deakins
  • “Minnesota Nice” Featurette
  • Interview With The Coen Brothers And Frances McDormand
  • American Cinematographer Article
  • Original Trailer And TV Spot
  • Still Photo Gallery

This collectors Steelbook is a must for any collector and this release proves the 20 years later “Fargo” is still a masterpiece of modern cinema.

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Pat Francis currently hosts the popular comedy/music podcast “Rock Solid,” called 1 of the 8 great music podcasts to put in your ears by USA Today and featuring artists such as Melissa Etheridge, Sammy Hagar and Susanna Hoffs. His frequent appearances on Jimmy Pardo’s top rated podcast “Never Not Funny” are fan favorites. Pat began his entertainment career as a stand-up comic in Chicago, IL. After touring the country and performing in 42 states at comedy clubs and colleges, he relocated to Los Angeles, CA. There he appeared as a comedian on Comedy Central, AMC, the UCB and is a yearly regular at the San Francisco Sketchfest. For the past 5 years he has also served as Co-Host of the yearly event Pardcast-A-Thon which to date has raised over 700,000 for Smile Train. When not entertaining people in person he also makes his living as a Story Producer for reality television programs. It is also important to know that Pat is a monkey in a human mask.

Pat FrancisBlu-Ray Review: Fargo 20th Anniversary Steelbook Edition