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'GETTING TOO CLOSE TO 'WES' IS NOT A GREAT IDEA'
on 26 June 2014
'Wes Block' (Clint Eastwood) a Cop, who with 'Joe Molinari' (Dan Hedaya) patrol the French
Quarter in 'New Orleans' where a series of brutal sex-murders are occurring.
The sleazy side of town has it's temptations for 'Wes'
As the investigation progresses 'Wes' realizes there is a link between himself and the dead
Very soon it seems no Woman 'Wes' has been with, is safe which includes those closest to
him, could 'Wes' become a suspect himself ?
When the killer becomes more confident, it seems that he's playing a deadly game with 'Wes'
He begins to fear for his young daughters, and his lady friend 'Beryl' (Genevi'eve Bujoid) and
asks for extra patrol cover at his home whilst he works at night.
The situation is becoming personal.
This movie is a bit of a slow burner, but does pick up as it moves along, maybe not 'Cint's' best
'Cop' movie, unusually there are few one-liners which we tend to expect from him throughout
his film career.
However the film is certainly worth a viewing, especially for 'Clint Eastwood' fans.
Picture Quality is not the best at times however certainly a step-up from the DVD version.