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on 3 March 2017
proper classic films and brilliant to watch :) dnt make films like that anymore :)
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on 15 June 2017
Classic great, one of my partners favs from the 80s. :-)
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on 23 July 2017
Really good classic movie.
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on 19 June 2017
fine story good acting
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on 23 April 2017
Very happy .thank you
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on 22 June 2017
Excellent film
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on 31 March 2017
cant wait
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great film,
awful blu ray.
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on 1 February 2014
another funny addie murphy film ,good storyline ,old 80s film where we all seem to have worn suits,and went clubbin
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on 23 April 2007
t's the chemistry between Nolte and Murphy that makes this work, plus the fact that both men really attempt to 'get into the skin' of their character, something mostly ignored in other examples of this genre. Director Hill knows he's got a great team in front of the camera, and all that remains is for him to incorporate some spectacular action sequences around them. This he does competently. That one-two punch is what gives the movie its fireworks.

The banter and situations concerning the characters are also gleefully un-PC. It'd be interesting to see what a studio and director would make of the same premise in these 'enlightened' times. Murphy's comic stage persona is less restrained here than it would be in later films, and the results are often shamefully funny.

Don't expect Shakespeare, there's far too much cursing and other unsavoury shenanigans going on for that; do expect a pacy and entertaining early example of the 'buddy thriller'.
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