Top James Belushi Films

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1.
Salvador (1986)
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An American photojournalist gets caught in a political struggle at El Salvador in 1980. (122 mins.)
Director: Oliver Stone
 
2.
Taking Care of Business (1990)
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An uptight advertising exec has his entire life in a filofax organizer which mistakenly ends up in the hands of a friendly convict who poses as him. (108 mins.)
Director: Arthur Hiller
 
3.
Red Heat (1988)
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A tough Russian policeman is forced to partner up with a cocky Chicago police detective when he is sent to Chicago to apprehend a Georgian drug lord who killed his partner and fled the country. (104 mins.)
Director: Walter Hill
 
4.
Mr. Destiny (1990)
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Unhappy Larry Burrows sees what his life could've been like, had he made that winning home run as a teenager. (110 mins.)
Director: James Orr
 
5.
Once Upon a Crime... (1992)
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Phoebe and fellow American Julian Peters meet in Rome, find a lost dog, and agree to return it to Monte Carlo to split the five thousand dollar reward... (94 mins.)
Director: Eugene Levy
 
6.
K-9 (1989)
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To stop an elusive criminal, a maverick detective enlists the aid of a police dog who's an unusually intelligent smart alec. (101 mins.)
Director: Rod Daniel
 
7.
Angel's Dance (1999)
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A young hitman is asked to prove himself by killing an innocent woman. (99 mins.)
Director: David L. Corley
 
8.
Curly Sue (1991)
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A homeless man and his young companion who survive by conning people meet a woman who may need them even more than they need her. (101 mins.)
Director: John Hughes
 
9.
Canadian Bacon (1995)
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The U.S. President, low in the opinion polls, gets talked into raising his popularity by trying to start a cold war against Canada. (91 mins.)
Director: Michael Moore