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Winner of seven 1970 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Actor for George C. Scott, Patton is a riveting portrayal of one of the twentieth century's greatest military geniuses. As rebellious as he was brilliant,
The film, which follows Harrison Ford's "blade runner" Deckard as he's tasked with tracking down four murderous "replicants" (life-like robots) who've escaped from an off-world colony and are hiding out on Earth, wasn't a success when it first arrived, partly thanks to the tumultuous,
A deceased solider returns from beyond the grave to kill the unpatriotic citizens of a small town while dressed in an Uncle Sam costume on July 4th.
Uncle Sam is a catch 22. The premise is too silly to be token seriously and the approach is too serious for it to be silly. With Uncle Sam taking place on July 4th, the film could have milked puns and jokes about the July 4th holiday. Uncle Sam could have featured some creative death sequences with people getting killed with various things associated with July 4th (other then one victim who gets his due to fireworks). Uncle Sam could have featured its villain cracking one liners about why he is killing these unpatriotic citizens. Uncle Sam fails to
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