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I was really disappointed by this one. I expected much more from Joseph Sargent, the director of "Taking of Pelham 123".
The improbable account of an undercover agent - Christopher George - who has to infiltrate a gang in order to put it into fight with another one. With predictable results. A flat yarn, that you can watch while pressing fast forward button. You have already seen that before. Nothing new. Jack Warden is wasted. So many scenes, such as when George
the undercover cop - shots a golf ball in the air. Who could believe
And Joel Grey in a mobster character is as credible as John Wayne in a monk.
Look for young Keith Carradine. But you can miss it without problem.
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