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Ooh.. Dutch cover !! [Smile]
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Ill bring the ammo Pittsburghgirl.

Loved Bad Boys. Underrated film.

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I'll bring the guns, the drugs and the fire trucks [Big Grin]
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Johnny Roarke is reckless
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I'll invite the gang from Revenge Of The Ninja ! [Big Grin]

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Seriously, these guys can't be accused of discrimination. I mean, there's a black guy. an indian,
an oriental guy, and a redneck cowboy. The one thing that worries me though is that they're hanging out
at a children's playground. What's up with that ?!! The south Bronx got too hardcore for these guys, or what ?? [Big Grin]

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Remember watching Revenge of the Ninja for the first time as a kid, and really digging it.... then... enter the Village People! I stopped taking the movie seriously after that. Not that it wasn't jam packed with typical Cannon ninja cheese up until that point, but that was the breaking point.
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I listened to the commentary track which was included on the blu-ray release that came out earlier this year..
Turns out that the guy playing the cowboy thug, Steven Lambert, was in fact also the stunt-coordinator on
both this as well as Ninja III; The Domination and American Ninja !

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Ill bring the ammo Pittsburghgirl.

Loved Bad Boys. Underrated film.

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The village people

Vs

The sesame Street gang

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Who would win this battle
Of the muppets?

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I remember Defiance. We have it on VHS. I remember my husband was so stoked for me to watch it with him. It was the Jan Michael Vincent thing😋 Also, Tony Sirico aka Pauly Walnuts from the Sopranos had a tiny part. I remember seeing him in the one scen and yelling "hey, it's Pauly Walnuts!". My hubby had no idea what I was talking about, as he hadn't watched the Sopranos yet.
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Johnny Roarke is reckless
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quote:
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Who would win this battle
Of the muppets?

Evil Bert alone could make all four of the Village clan run home screaming for their mommies
just by looking at them ! [Big Grin]

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I once read an interview with director John Flynn in which he shared some memories of filming Defiance.
Apparently Jan-Michael Vincent already had an alcohol problem in those days, but he was still reliable,
showing up in time, and doing what he had to, and doing it good !

Defiance is a solid B-movie with above average acting, some character development, and a good soundtrack.

Yeah, i like it ! [Smile]

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Watched 100 Rifles (1969) and Whiskey Sam (1969).

The first one was an entertaining western set in Mexico starring Jim Brown, Raquel Welch and Burt Reynolds.
The plot is pretty simple but there´s lots of action, shooting and violence. Raquel looks stunning but i bet she always does.
There´s a love scene between Welch and Brown. IMDb says that this movie was apparently one of the first movies to feature a sex scene between people of different races.

Whiskey Sam was mediocre heist flick also set in the wild west starring Reynolds, Angie D1ckinson, Ossie Davis and Clint Walker.
Very slow moving film with some (mostly poor) humour thrown in.

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The other week i watched the excellent 1978 Walter hill thriller - the driver starring Ryan O'Neal and Bruce dern,for some reason I thought I'd never seen this one before but when I started watching it it all came flooding back to me, I've definitely watched it at some point!

Great little thriller this with a cool central performance from O'Neal as the getaway driver and also from Bruce dern as a really slimy crooked cop,tense and realistic car chases especially the finale chase which lasts a good 15-20 minutes and there's also a neat little twist in the tale.


Watched this on the UK studio canal blu ray release and for a movie that dates back to 1978 it looks and sounds terrific.


https://youtu.be/Bmn4GNfiCDs - the driver trailer.

Highly recommended 8/10.

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The Boy Who Turned Yellow - Well, that was one of the oddest kids films I've seen lol

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Impasse (1969) starring Burt Reynolds.

Pretty average stuff but it´s set in the Philippines and i like those exotic locations.
Reynolds is by the far the best actor in this action adventure. A team search for hidden WWII gold, however most of the time they just wander around Manilla.
Very pretty Miko Mayama also stars, she was Reynold´s girlfriend at the time.

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Watched Fuzz (1972)

It was a good cop movie with lots of humour and lively characters.
Loved the cast and the early 70s feel. Fuzz was shot in Boston and i found that refreshing. Nice little film.

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The Boy Who Turned Yellow - Well, that was one of the oddest kids films I've seen lol

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what's it about helen - toxic waste?

fuzz looks like a lot of fun atomik.

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Watched Shamus (1973).

"New York private eye Shamus McCoy likes girls, drink and gambling, but by the look of his flat business can't be too hot.
So an offer of $10,000 to finds some diamonds stolen in a daring raid with a flame-thrower is too good to miss.
His investigations soon get pretty complicated and rather too dangerous. At least along the way he does get to meet Alexis." (IMDb)

Nice premise but not a very good movie, i´m afraid.
Reynolds did what he could (he even did his own stunts and hurt his back) but the plot goes nowhere and the characters are uninteresting.
Co-starring Dyan Cannon, Joe Santos, Larry Block and criminally underused John P. Ryan.

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One 70s Reynolds flick that I do like the look off is - hustle which is directed by Robert aldrich,do you own that one atomik?
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I do own Hustle, need to check out White Lightning and The Longest Yard before that one.
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one quick question atomik does this burt reynolds movie marathon mean your going to torture yourself once more by sitting through city heat again?

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Ooh.. Dutch cover !! [Smile]
This looks pretty interesting but what's with the floating head up in the corner [Confused] [Big Grin]

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Haha no, i´m not going to watch City Heat again [Smile]

Woodward is probably the only "real" star in this tv-movie so they had to put her there but yeah, it looks like a ghost.
You can see that someone draw it after this (Finnish etc.) vhs cover art. Btw, i just bought the film [Cool]

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Watched Psycho (1960). Anthony Perkins is in fine form in this one.

So sad that he died of AIDS. Nobody deserves to go out like that.

Bad luck ran in this family. His wife Berry Berenson was on board American Airlines Flight 11 which was one of the planes that crashed into the World Trade Centre. This happened 1 day before the 9th anniversary of Perkins' death.

I don't believe in fate but this makes you wonder.

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Really great actor Bernie,yeah I'd read about his wife being a victim of the 9/11 attacks,very sad

still to this day i can't believe that some Hollywood exec green lit the psycho remake in 1998 with Vince Vaughn,that was doomed to failure from the word go.

There's only one nutty Norman in my eyes and that will always be Anthony Perkins!

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Not to mention Anne Heche who you just look forward to seeing getting knifed to death. Can't stand her.
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