Body Count [Import anglais]
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Un gruppo di ladri professionisti organizza un colpo ad una celebre gallarie d'arte. Eludere la sorveglianza è difficile ma la posta in gioco è alta... --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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Leonard Maltin's Review said: "Good cast in an irredeemably awful film that didn't make it to theatres in the US. A daring museum heist goes bad, leaving the volatile partners to drive to Miami to make their dropoff--if they can avoid killing each other along the way. A more despicable bunch of characters would be hard to imagine." Maltin gave the film a Bomb (One Star Out Of Four) but that is too low. While there are better films in this genre I can't say that I did not like this film. Yet I admit that the failure of the group to work together and the idiocy of Chino doomed them from the beginning. These fellows should have taken a cue from characters seen in The Score or Heist or Entrapment. Those were true professionals. Never has the quote "There is no honor among thieves" been more appropriate! Read Leonard Maltin's 1999 or 2000 Movie Review to get the gist of this movie.
Unfortunately haters like Gary (See His One Star Review Then Forget You Read It) seem to mix up fantasy with reality. The movie did not advocate the death of police officers, it was just an unintended consequence of the thieves going from point A to point B. See the similar movie One False Move for a comparison. The scene was necessary for the plotline to continue. Never mind that the "crew" started killing each other as well, so there were no "winners" in the end.
Like Adam Shoemaker, I highly reccomend this flick. I too wish it would be released onto American Regional DVD. My suspicion is that cop lovers like Gary and the conservative suits fear a backlash from places (Deep South & Southwest) that can't seperate imagination from reality. What a shame to see censorship suppressing creativity.
A. Nathaniel Wallace, Jr.