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Kill Crazy (1990)

Five Vietnam vets, on release from a mental hospital, think they're headed for a weekend camping trip. Instead they become target practice for an army of killers playing violent war games. ... See full summary »

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Alexander Grady Puckett
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Rachel
Steve DeVorkin ...
Malox
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Libby
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Mallerd
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Luther
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Rubin
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Michael
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Garrison
Gary Nastu ...
Henning
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Harry Durosa
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Cotter
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Antonio
Artie Edwards ...
Bogle
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Five Vietnam vets, on release from a mental hospital, think they're headed for a weekend camping trip. Instead they become target practice for an army of killers playing violent war games. It's a massacre until one of the vets becomes a machine of revenge. Written by Anonymous

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When a man at war becomes a machine of revenge.

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21 November 1990 (USA)  »

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Alexander Grady Puckett: You want sympathy? You can find it in the dictionary, between shit and syphilis.
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No spoiler, No need, Movie spoiled by Heavener
19 September 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

No spoiler, No need, Movie spoiled by Heavener when he wrote the thing. I wanted to see it, because a friend at work said it was good, I now suspect that same friend thinks that "Plan 9 From Outer Space" is a classic. What a waste of 2 hours, but I guess I knew I was in trouble when I read the back of the video cassette box, ie: Directed by, Written by, Music composed by, and Lead Actor is....Guess who? Heavener. Egomaniacs seldom make good movies, and this is no exception. I have seen a lot of movies with the Writer/Director the same person that were awesome! But 2 good example's came to me right away, George Lucas knew that some one else should play Luke Skywalker, and Steven Spielberg didn't think HE would play a better ET. It looks like Mr. Heavener tried to make a "Rambo" movie with "feeling", that was a mistake, it's been done already, THAT movie was called...Guess what? Rambo. This movie had no "Heart" for our vietnam vet's, it portray's them as weak sniveling dope-smoking crybabies, and I found that part of it very insulting, however...... There was one point in the movie that Mr Heavener did PERFECTLY! It was at the the end, when he was singing the song he wrote, and as I listened to the word's.. "Is it over now? I hope it's over now!" I looked at the tape counter on my VCR, and I was thinking EXACTLY the same thing. dismenot


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