Disappointingly, two anime helicopters are get shot. There are small explosions and fires break out. However, they don't miss my threshold for categorising them as exploding helicopters.
CHANDLER (1971) is an incomprehensible neo-noir with Warren Oates as a down at heel private eye. A promising idea flounders amidst an impenetrable plot.
Apparently director Paul Magwood took out an advert after CHANDLER’s release to apologise for the film which was re-cut by the studio.
The butchery is all too apparent. Little makes sense and scenes clearly ‘jump’ as whole sections have been hacked out.
Still CHANDLER does find small roles for gravel voiced b-movie stalwart Charles McGraw and femme fatale Gloria Grahame.