When big city detectives refuse to further investigate his kid brother's gang related murder, small town Sheriff Michael Spencer drops the badge and goes undercover to find his brother's killer and avenge his death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When big city detectives refuse to further investigate his kid brother's gang related murder, small town Sheriff Michael Spencer drops the badge and goes undercover to find his brother's killer and avenge his death.
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Emily S (es) wrote: THIS MOVIE SUCKED !!! It wasnt even scarey at all. I almost fell asleep watching it...
Dilhara A (de) wrote: very powerful and moving. beautiful and sincere. heart breaking. emphasizes the power of sharing even when you don't have much to share. terrific story.
Fong K (br) wrote: Published posthumously and considered as E.M. Forster's weakest literary work, the adaptation of the Merchant-Ivory alliance is a no more than an adequate commentary of same-sex love in the early 20th century England that "had always been disinclined to accept human nature".
Arthur P (br) wrote: Slightly terrible martial arts film that drowns in too much philosophical mumbo jumbo and not enough action and poor performances by it's lead actor, although David Carradine (in four roles none the less) tries valiantly to save the film but it's script is so horrible, that isn't possible.
Repartiendo El P (gb) wrote: Discutiblemente la ultima pelicula de la Nueva Ola Francesa, de un estilo formal y convencional en comparacion con los caprichos de los otros Cahieristas... Muy recomendable si lo tuyo es sentarte 3.5 horas a escuchar dialogos intelectualoides y confesiones interminables. Por mi, que durara otras 3 horas mas. Parte del programa actualmente exhibiendose en MARCO. No te la pierdas.
Rob L (nl) wrote: It was ok, obviously a Stroheim film that came from his soul. He worked in every aspect of this film. More enjoyable then a lot of dramas of the era.
Renee L (au) wrote: Pee-yoo! I get that it is intentionally schlocky, but blech! Why didn't someone kill Alan the Director (the character) the moment he opened his mouth? Nope. Definitely *not* so bad it's good.