When Martin Niconi goes across country to get away from a sorry family and associates problems, he finds a secluded area high in the Sierra Mountains area of California to begin life over ... See full summary »
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When Martin Niconi goes across country to get away from a sorry family and associates problems, he finds a secluded area high in the Sierra Mountains area of California to begin life over as a logger. He meets Anna Hennessey and her son Jeff and the romance begins. Anna's brother Max is a logger whose crew includes Martin and he is determined to keep them apart. Written by
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I have to disagree with the last reviewer. I like this movie because it has an original plot...good drama with some average acting with few action scenes, mainly gun battles and from what I recall a couple of fights. I like B Grade movies as I grew up watching them during my childhood days and now I'm currently working on collecting each movie of the B Grade 80's and 90's genre.
I just bought the VHS tape of Crosscut from the amazon.com store. I live in Australia so the store charged me 41 dollars in total. However, knowing that I got ripped off in shipping costs but you know what? I have not seen this movie in years and I do remember majority of the movie since I saw it last but I also truly enjoyed watching it. Give this movie a chance. If the movie was as bad as the last reviewer makes it out to be then why would I even bother ordering a VHS tape of it from America to be delivered in Australia?
Personally, I will be proud to add this as part of my collection where I will put the movie in my Crime section or Action section. This movie is also very rare and hard to find. If amazon didn't have a few tapes left, I'd be screwed and would probably never get the opportunity to own it but I would never give up searching for Crosscut if that was the case.
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