A film shoot in Peru goes badly wrong when an actor is killed in a stunt, and the unit wrangler, Kansas, decides to give up film-making and stay on in the village, shacking up with local ... See full summary »
Richmond L. Aguilar
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A confident young cop is shown the ropes by a veteran partner in the dangerous gang-controlled barrios of L.A. about to explode in violence in this look at the gang culture enforced by the colors that members wear. Written by
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The nick-name of Bob Hodges (Robert Duvall) was "Uncle Bob". Moreover, Duvall portrayed this "Bob" character having the same shortened version of his own first name. See more »
At the beginning of the movie when Danny and Bob first meet in the police station washroom, there is something in Bob's back pocket that is sticking out in some shots, but disappears in others. See more »
Hey Hodges, what do you think about all those hot shot jitter bugs, huh?
What about 'em?
You never went for this shit, did you?
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A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE
Performed by M.C. Shan
Written by M.C. Shan (as Shawn Moltke) & Marley Marl (as Marlon Williams)
Published by Cold Chillin' Music
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc/Cold Chillin' Records Inc. See more »
After viewing Colors you have got to wonder about what our Founding Fathers had in mind when that Second Bill of Rights was passed to amend the Constitution. I don't think this is what they had in mind concerning the right to bear arms.
Colors is a film about gang wars in Los Angeles and it's seen through the eyes of two police officers on the gang task force. Older officer Robert Duvall and his young new partner Sean Penn. Penn's a young man in a big hurry looking to make an impression. Duvall is just trying to live through the day and make retirement.
Penn gets quite a lesson in police work and in life from Duvall and from his days on the gang task force. His involvement with Maria Conchita Alonso who's seeing it from both sides helps a bit too for Sean, though not how he'd have liked it.
Don Cheadle and Trinidad Silva lead a good supporting cast of gang bangers. If you don't recognize him because he hasn't bulked up yet, see Mario Lopez in a small role as a kid who Sean Penn sprays with a can of spray paint to give him an object lesson on the evils of tagging.
Duvall and Penn do a fine job each. I doubt this film is on the National Rifle Association recommended list.
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