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"Lethal Eviction" Should Be Evicted From These Premises.
This movie was supposed to be a thriller, but it turned out to be a silly comedy, and I am being kind when I say this. Judd Nelson is an excellent actor, but in this movie he has a consistent blank stare on his face. This in itself was funny. I was surprised to see actress Michael Lerned, who played the mother on the television series 'The Waltons.' I don't know if it was the make-up job or what, but she looked terribly older looking than from when I remembered her in the 70's. The direction was poor, photography was slightly better, and the acting was passable(except for Michael Lerned who played her role brilliantly).
It did not take a rocket scientist to find out who was doing the 'evicting' of the tenants in this run down apartment dwelling. Just give it 30 minutes and you will know. This movie is just another slasher movie without any teenagers in it.
I'm sorry everyone, but this movie was just plain lousy. Judd Nelson and Michael Lerned's talents were wasted in this one, and I'm surprised they even agreed to do this movie. Evict this movie please...lol Richie, Bronx, New York
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