Hickey & Boggs

Hickey & Boggs

Two veteran private eyes trigger a criminal reign of terror with their search for a missing girl.

Bill Cosby and Robert Culp ("I Spy") are united again as private eyes in this Walter Hill-scripted "film noir." Searching for a missing girl, they find themselves involved with vicious criminals and precipitating a string of deaths. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Todd S (ag) wrote: The one thing you can always count on when watching a football film, is that it's going to be exciting. It doesn't matter if it's a true story, like When The Game Stands Tall, or a made up one like Friday Night Lights. It doesn't matter if the team has won 100 straight games or lost 100 straight games. Every film about football is going to be exciting, so what makes one better than the other? The personalities involved, it all comes down to who the film is focused on and this film has it's eyes on the prize. Jim Caviezel stars as Bobby Ladouceur, one of the most successful high school football coaches of all-time. Ladouceur became a national celebrity, not only because of a big winning streak, but also because of the way he incorporated family values and religion into his coaching, trying to make his player more well-rounded individuals. Caviezel was outstanding, as he is in everything, but after watching six seasons of Person of Interest, it's almost disappointing seeing Caviezel in a role where he doesn't kill anyone. The other focus of the film is Alexander Ludwig, who portrays Chris Ryan, a kid who has all the talent in the world, but has to decide, if he's pushing himself toward greatness for himself or because of a psychotic father. Ludwig always gets second billing, but as with the Hunger Games, nothing would be as good without him. He is the unsung hero of this film as he rounds out the emotional roller-coaster. When The Game Stands Tall has action, emotion, conflict, religion, family, love, hate, a little bit of everything and believe it or not, at the heart of it all is a simple, stupid little game called football. This film was great, it reminded me a lot of the TV version of Friday Night Lights and it's an absolute can't miss for sports enthusiasts.

joanne a (ag) wrote: been told to see this..excellent apparently

Wesli T (ag) wrote: Good movie, great if you love Irish acents an to see the old country. Not the greatest movie to watch when you are down, but the music is great and the ending is sad

Private U (kr) wrote: alex vavich introduced me to it- i well... don't know if i should of been scared or disgusted. it's truly something though.. watch it with me sometime?

Lee P (gb) wrote: Burt classic.Even so it's based on stuntmen the stunts are fantastic for this movie.

Stella D (kr) wrote: i don't get how the studio ever released this. no way could that happen today. and how much of this was improv? was there a script beyond the basic idea of a strange boy who wants to fly in the houston astrodome? anyway it's a chaotic mess that i'm not sure even makes sense but somehow works, a sort of altman trademark. the device of the lecturer helps tie it all together. many hilarious bits and sally kellerman and shelley duvall are adorable here. god bless the 70's and copious amounts of weed.

Tim S (ru) wrote: What this movie lacks in quality and originality it excels with in dumb charm. Night of the Blood Beast was a film with a title that I kept getting mixed up in my mind with another movie called Night of the Bloody Apes, but I digress. The movie is a combination of many different cliched elements from a variety of sci-fi movies from the era. Its unintentional comedy is the main reason that people remember it, particularly for it being featured on a very funny episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. It's not a good movie by any means, but it has enough unintentional comic value for it to be at least entertaining, and that's good enough for me.