Watch the emotions play across Jones' face in his conversation with Keenan Wynn. Any film with Tommy Lee Jones is worth a look and Linda Hamilton is always a looker. Nothing special, but definitely a fine choice if you seek mindless rainy-Sunday afternoon entertainment. The analysis of this tape, will prove the criminal activities of this company. Quint's only link to the inside may be one of Ryland's own car thieves, a spirited young woman named Nina played by Linda Hamilton , if Quint can convince her to help? Jones tries to add some humor to this one's always much too serious atmosphere but it's not enough to make this even the least bit memorable. Falconer carry on many of the traditions set by Weinerhall's previous band and play a style of power metal that utilises folk instrumentation and melody to create a more medieval sound.
Falconer is a Swedish power metal band from Mjölby, formed in 1999. It's like some sort of Bond villain hideout. Apparently he wrote it in the 70's already, but the content was admirably processed and adapted in order for the events to take place in a typically 80's setting with even faster cars and contemporary hot starlets like Linda Hamilton that are, in fact, most unattractive by today's standards. I think it's that accent. Overall rating: 7 out of 10.
And right up there's the television camera. I'm just saying you gotta think these things through. Jones plays Quint a man who steals from the government. The plot is clever and tight enough to satisfy most and the directing by Harley Cockliss whatever happened to him? Tommy Lee Jones, on the other, rarely looked cooler than here in his role as super-thief Sam Quint. Super-thief Quint Jones steals an important disk.
In fact, chances are your brain may not even make it out of neutral! Look there's a couple of ways we can do this. Yikes: what a scary thought. All in all, a good, hidden gem of a film. He hides the tape in an experimental car during a gas station stopover. Източник : Интернет Трейлър Докладвай за нередност! Definitely worth a couple of bucks at the video store for a few nights. Linda Hamilton is as good as she's ever been and Richard Jaekel turns in another steady performance. Tommy Lee Jones in a love scene??!! To me, it seems exaggerated for the most part.
Или изобличаващите файлове, скрити в нея. The analysis of this tape, will prove the criminal activities of this company. I was driving the same car at the time and it has always been my favorite vehicle. I remember seeing Black Moon Rising on the shelves in the video store when I was just a little one, digging through the dusty cassette covers in the kung fu section. In another John Carpenter's story this low budge movie have an unbelieving plot,but somehow works as entertainment if you forget some ridiculous scenes like a car jumping between two twin skyscrapers,Tommy Lee Jones in great shape and Linda Hamilton is gorgeous as young car's thief and always a pleasure to see back on screen the great Richard Jaeckel and Robert Vaughn.
Robert Vaughn is on automatic pilot pun intended in his confident role of relentless crime boss and there are some neat cameos from familiar names like Keenan Wynn, William Sanderson and Richard Jaeckal. When a gang of thieves steal the car, Quint seduces their leader, Nina Linda Hamilton, Terminator , to get to the disc. It's a forgettable and lightweight 80's action movie, but Harry Cokeliss' direction is fairly competent and the dull moments can easily be count on the fingers of one hand. Unmemorable and formulaic from start to finish, it is the kind of film you can watch without once requiring to shift your brain out of first gear. But Tommy Lee's got to get something he dropped back. Despite some good stunts arguably ahead of their time in some respects, everything just feels so routine and ho-hum here it's as though everyone was just hoping to get this turkey done and collect their paychecks as quickly as possible before moving on to other projects. At least the car chases are real but it doesn't make them exciting.
As this thief is discovered in his attempt, he hides the tape inside a prototype car, but unfortunately there is someone else interested in this vehicle. The relationship between Jones and Hamilton is surprising well-balanced for an 80s action film and some of the lines are definitely ones to put in the memory bank and quote. Wait, could this be a gasp! Quint hides the tape inside a prototype race car one that reaches up to 350mph! Ho hum, another 80's supercar movie. В бясното преследване ненадейно се намесва и трети играч, който много си е харесал колата на крадеца. The film was written by John Carpenter who directed Hallowe'en and The Thing, among others but you'd be hard pushed to find any of his trademark flair here.
That's how Quint meets and gradually falls for Hamilton's character Nina, as she's a sly and experienced kleptomaniac! Quint must get his disk back, but he must first get into Ryland's ultra-secure, high-tech lair where the racing car is being kept. Tommy Lee Jones as the industrial spy is as cool and calm as he's ever been. His plan is to follow the racing car for a while and to retrieve the disk at a safer time. Seems like a good plan, until ace car thief Nina Hamilton shows up and steals the racing car for her boss Ryland Robert Vaughn. In my opinion - Anti-hero Quick Mr Jones pulls off his role of a professional thief with such calm and coolness rarely seen in today's cinema. In a nutshell - John Carpenter's story and screenplay isn't Oscar winning, but it is a hell of a lot better than most eighties flicks, and is highly entertaining! One move and you're both dead! Hamilton is likable as always, but the feminine eye candy is limited to her and she's too thin for my tastes.