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No Man's Land

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Once you get a taste of the good life, it's hard to let go. Even if your life depends on it
No Man's Land Picture
D.B Sweeney stars

Starring

D.B. Sweeney, Charlie Sheen, Lara Harris, Randy Quaid, Bill Duke, R.D. Call, Arlen Dean Snyder, M. Emmet Walsh, Al Shannon, Bernie Pock, Kenny Endoso, James F. Kelly, Lori Butler, Clare Wren, Philip Benichou Update Cast


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Director: Peter Werner (III)
Writer: Dick Wolf
Producers: Jack Behr, Tony Ganz, Ron Howard, Sandy Kroopf, Joseph Stern, Dick Wolf
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Release Date: 23 Oct 1987
MPAA Rating: R
Studio: M.G.M
Genre: Drama

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Summary

Class actors in a well paced and stylishly photographed bit of 80s class. Should be better known than it is. Warmly recoomended.

Great acting by Sheen. Wonderful car chase scene!
Ending could be better.


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Porsche obsessed Benjy Taylor (Sweeney) is an undercover cop, asked by 'legendary' Lieutenant, Bracey (played wonderfully by Quaid) to investigate "Technique Porsche", an independent Porsche dealer fronted by icy smooth Ted Varrick (Sheen), who it seems is making far too much money to be honest...

To get close to his man, Benjy goes to work for Technique Porsche. He then goes by the name Bill and quickly gets in Ted's good books through his knowledge of the cars -and especially, their security systems! Ted starts showing Bill a good time at up-scale clubs and parties, which is where he meets Ted's sister Ann...

By now, Bill and Ted are quite close and after a while, the reason for Ted's success is revealed. Ted steals Porsches, changes their color and identity and resells them at huge profit. Before long Ted and Bill are stealing Porsches nightly and driving them back to Ted's 'chop shop'.

Suprisingly, Ted comes from a wealthy family and so, apart from the obvious purpose of greed, much of Ted's motivation is the thrill of the crimes themselves... Until he gets the sinister attentions of rival car gangs who are none too pleased that Ted's mob is cleaning up the Porsche market.

The battles with these rivals becomes more embittered when Ted's shop manager (Bill Duke) is killed. What follows are stylish 80s fender-cam chases and neon club-lit murder, mayhem and action all the way...

With "No Man's Land" we've got a relatively unknown but suprisingly stylish movie, with all the classic ingredients of 80s greatness. A crusty, irritated Randy Quaid squares up against smooth but unhinged Sheen with wonderful iconic 80s character actors like M. Emmet Walsh and Bill Duke. To counterpoint this is the great performance by D.B. Sweeney, who should have been A-list but never quite seemed to get there...

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