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Point Blank


Man oh man, how much LSD was Director John Boorman doing in 1967 when he cooked up this hot mess? Lee Marvin is a thief who is double crossed and left for dead by his partner in crime and his wife. Two years later, Marvin is on the warpath and killing his way up the organized crime food chain to get revenge (and $92,000 he wants back very, very badly). Marvin and Angie Dickinson are both good and Carroll O'Connor pretty much steals the movie when he arrives in the last 20 minutes. However, this was a classic sixties attempt to merge the drug culture, the cop genre, stream of consciousness story flow, flashbacks and violence into some new kind of film. It's just too damn weird to be much fun. Boorman would go on to make some great films in the 70's and 80's (Deliverance, Excalibur) but wow is this one crazy, bad trip! Point Blank, it's a D.

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