Sensible, neat and smart. Not flashy, not silly. A basic story put together in a classic, controlled way that made sense. Pretty good supporting cast. This is what Starsky and Hutch is supposed to be like. There was some good dialog in there, but nothing standing out too much on first viewing. I suspect it might get better with additional viewings, and I could happily watch it again. I know I was unconsciously smiling when it ended, so that's a good sign. A little bit of a moral lesson is included, but not done too heavy-handedly. I think Earl Bellamy as director usually gets a good, solid result.
Hutch is being smart and cop-like; Starsky is being responsive to his partner's intuition and getting the job done. Points off for Starsky becoming such a sex maniac. You're over-compensating, Starsky.
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