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Keaton's Cops (1991)

| Short | 1991 (USA)
Avant-garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs presents Buster Keaton's short silent comedy Cops (1922) as his own work by blacking-out approximately the top three-fourths or four-fifths of the frame.

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Avant-garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs presents Buster Keaton's short silent comedy Cops (1922) as his own work by blacking-out approximately the top three-fourths or four-fifths of the frame.

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great movie, better acting
14 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

All in all, I thought this movie was fantastic. The plot grabs you from the beginning and never lets go. I was expecting the movie to deal with the daily rigors of life as a cop named 'Keaton', but the director really took it in a different direction.

Helen Ackerman turns in an exceptional performance as the crying lady. She deserves her own starring role in a major Hollywood picture, and until she gets one, there will be injustice in the world.

Kenny Freed loves the movie 'Waiting', not because it was funny, but because it gives him many opportunities to stare at guys' balls. He likes that.


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