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Direct to video faster than a speeding cliche, "Double Bang" lumbers along its inevitable, well-worn path with an equal measure of indignation and gratuitous foreplay for what must have been its intended audience- Japanese recluses of WWII who stumbled out of the jungle- unfamiliar with this beaten beyond recognition convoluted plot structure. The film reeks suspiciously as being a "deal-slammer", employment contracts are satisfied as long as 90-minutes of old-hat noir goulash is smeared across the small-screen. The cast, especially the reliable Baldwins, radiate a smugness that neither appeals, or convinces. This tale was stale when Charles Ogle was headlining around America in the 1910 version of "Frankenstein". Hard to imagine less "bang" for your video store buck.
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