CRIMEWATCH: City of Industry



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  1. Pedro Oliveira says:

    It’s funny because Harvey Keitel actually did a movie about factory workers (part comedy/part drama) back in 1978 in Paul Schrader’s Blue Collar. It also stars Richard Pryor. Check that one out if you haven’t already…

  2. Jack Deth says:

    John Irvin is an unsung, hard working director who has never gotten the proper attention.

    Taking chances with ‘Dogs of War’ in his refusal to use subtitles when the mercenaries smuggled weapons in oil drums through a check point. Heightening tension as the customs soldiers poked and prodded

    ‘Hamburger Hill’ tells a story very much of its tie without an excess of “message’.

    ‘Two Lane Blacktop’ quietly rocks as a memorable road trip/race. And offers great competition to ‘Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry’ and ‘Vanishing Point’.

    Also a Tim Hutton fan, ‘City of Industry’ tells a good story well. While adding in sporadic doses of “Murphy’s Law”.

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