At the Movies: Season 3, Episode 27

Heartbreakers/The Hit/Alamo Bay/A Private Function (2 Mar. 1985)

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Siskel and Ebert review Heartbreakers (1984), The Hit (1984), Alamo Bay (1985) and A Private Function (1984).

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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review four new movies. A split vote on Heartbreakers (1984) about two L.A. studs on the prowl. Siskel found the lead characters boring; Ebert liked the story of their desperate lives. Two thumbs down for the muddled philosophical thriller, The Hit (1984). Two more thumbs down for the "insufferably noble" Alamo Bay (1985) based on a true story of Americans vs. Vietnamese immigrants. Two thumbs up for the understated but hilarious British comedy, A Private Function (1984). Written by J. Spurlin

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