Black Sunday is the powerful story of a Black September terrorist group attempting to blow up a Goodyear blimp hovering over the Super Bowl stadium with 80,000 people and the president of the United States in attendance.
The intertwined lives and loves of three highly-ranked athletes striving for the national team; Chris bounces between the beds of male coach Terry and her female friend, competitor, and role model Tory.
The name of the book that Major Folly (Beau Bridges) was reading in the carriage was "British Military Executions: Their Rules and Regulations". See more »
When Nick and Ned are having their limerick competition, Nick uses the word 'Khaki'. This word is from the Hindustani language and only entered in the English language in the 1840s, through the British Army in India. Given 'Swashbuckler' is set in the 1700s, he could not have known the word. See more »
[turning around to see the Captain]
How long have you been sitting there?
A very long time.
You move quietly.
Yes, girl, I do.
It's natural among thieves.
Beg your pardon, Ma'am. I'm not a thief. I'm a pirate and good to be called one.
Will you give me back what you stole from my family?
Then, sir, you are a thief!
[after a pause]
As you please.
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The reviewer of this film in Leonard Maltin's Guide called this a bomb. While it is not the greatest movie of all time, there are definitely enough moments that make the movie worth watching. It's probably Beau Bridges' best work, Avery Schrieber is wonderful, Geoffrey Holder is stupendous and to top it off, James Earl Jones is in the movie! That alone makes it not a bomb in my book. It's a fun, mindless movie that I found delightful.
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