Kurt Russell considers a smash-n-grab.
To settle an argument; it doesn’t really matter if you prefer to keep it to your right or your left, just keep it handy.
Verson Jetorix: “Kurt Russell and Kathleen Quinlan have car trouble in the middle of nowhere, and when Quinlan rides with JT Walsh to the next town, she disappears. Fun desert terror flick with a spectacular, if unbelievable, climax.”
Keep pouring, baby!
Verson Jetorix: “Mario Caiano’s silly, laborious heist film with Frank Wolff.”
This is what happens when you open a case of J&B in Italy town.
Squalor J&B. But at least you can find it.
Portrait of Adam West with J&B
Verson Jetorix: “Ex-CIA agent Adam West is pulled back into the game when a prominent gangster is killed in his bar. Talky crime with Nancy Kwan as the femme fatale. SoCal time capsule, anyway. (We dare you to identify the car that Adam drives.)”
This should liven up the hostage situation.
Verson Jetorix: “Claudio Casinelli and his gang pull a heist that quickly goes wrong and he must avoid the cops and find the dough that two of the gang made off with. Mario Caiano’s crime noir has a dreary palette and unlikable characters. Silvia Dionisio brightens the proceedings.”
Liquor stores deliver in Italy-town.
A triple shot.
Claudio Cassinelli looks right thru Barbara Bouchet. And that ain’t easy.
Claudio knows what he wants.
The game is getting blurry.
Verson Jetorix: “Claudio Cassinelli does some misguided revengin’ that destroys everyone around him before he finds out the truth. Fernando di Leo’s crime story is not exactly underrated but it is somewhat misunderstood. Its atmosphere of ennui is reflective of the characters and the genre, but also of Di Leo himself no doubt. If it was Peckinpah, they’d call it elegiac.”