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Ronald L. Marchini,
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When I found this movie in the 2 dollar bin at my local video store, I wasn't prepared for what would happen. When I put it in, I had no idea that by the end of it, I would never be the same again...
Ron Marchini, possibly one of the finest actor's in our time, is sterling in his portrayal as John Travis, the toughest and last cop alive. Adam West does a good job as Ron's, "boss", Prescott. This movie left me with a deep respect for law enforcement, and made me really aware of the o- zone layer problem. I must've watched this movie at least 10 times now, and each time is greater than the one before it. I'll pick up a new line, or phrase that Ron throws around and it will be like the first time again. Ron is my new favorite actor, and I am looking to buy some of his other films.
I'd just like to say thank you Ron, in case you ever see this. I truly love you and your work, you are, simply put, a God.
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