My brain's still rattled, my eye balls on fire and my atoms are too discombobulated to properly give this film the words it deserves.
Or maybe, I just did?
I'm fairly certain this film doesn't belong in our dimension...I must see it again before this travesty of inter-dimensional trespassing is reversed and it returns to the more deserving world from which it came.
We are not worthy.
This film is criminally under represented. The cast alone is so good it should be against the law...and everyone gives it all! I watched the shit out of this on video in HS, probably saw it 2-3 times in theaters, much to the dismay of friends, who probably still don't understand what's so great about it. This is not a perfect film, but it is great Walter Hill. It's a tight story and shot with sweat and gusto. Goldsmith's score…