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Jake Baxter takes a job as a repoman with hopes of living the quiet life. Plans go sour when he's whipped into supersonic action, involving a vicious crime lord, a mob of angry car owners, ... See full summary »
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Charles T. Kanganis,
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A young man sets out to become a champion ice skater to win the Olympic gold medal, only his promoter, as well as his coach, sponsors, and father want to use him for their own advantage to make money from his newfound publicity.
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A personal project for David Carradine playing a loner Vietnam veteran (is there any other kind these days?) who drifts into a quiet town, befriending a pretty flower-child and coming upon a dilapidated carousel on the city's outskirts. Carradine's obsession with the merry-go-round is steeped in the hypothetical, but we can appreciate his mysterious drive, as can Barbara Hershey as his girl (she was Carradine's real-life girl when much of the film was shot in 1973). It's a semi-remake (or retread) of Akira Kurosawa's "Ikiru" from 1952, and the troubled final result went through a number of title changes (I believe at one time it was called "Butterfly"). The cinematography is quite good, with deep reds and dusty browns, and Carradine's monosyllabic anti-hero--while familiar--is still quite interesting. ** from ****
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