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Kill Squad (1982)
Probably the best movie ever made
Some of the great acting coupled with stunning dialogue, a hint of racism, exploitation, and a rape scene inside the first ten minutes makes "Kill Squad" one of the best movies ever. If you are a fan of balls-to-the-wall action at breakneck speeds, a twisting and turning plot and martial arts masters showcasing their skills in scarcely fathomable fashions then "Kill Squad" is a must see! Five Vietnam veterans from all walks of life, joining forces once again, united in their search for vengeance, who will stop at nothing for justice. What better plot line could there be? Thusly "Kill Squad" is potentially the greatest cinematic exploit in human history. This has to be experienced to be believed.
Out in Fifty (1999)
Out in fifty is one of those films where you know the actors were just doing it to get paid, however this film is a classic tale. This is a tale of murder and revenge, of lust and adultery and of second chances. Scott Leet is excellent in the lead role, and although Christina Applegate's character could have been played by anyone, her character is symbolic of the idea that we all deserve a second chance. Raymond Frye (Leet) receives a second chance, but it is taken away by the drunken and vengeful Jack Bracken (Rourke). Some of the cuts and camera angles in this film are quite interesting and lead you to wonder what may have been possible for this film with a bigger budget. Ultimately this is a film that will not please everyone, but when watched closely, can appeal to even the most jaded critic.