Flawed but oh-so-enjoyable, at least until that retarded Kung Fu climax. Yet I've watched it so many times. Why is it Peckinpah's "worst" films (this, "Osterman," etc.) are the ones I always want to watch?
SG, I feel the same way.This may not be up to Peckinpah's usual standards, but at least it's not boring.Plot, acting, dubbing, camera work are never my criteria for a good movie. As long as I have fun watching it, it's good enough.
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