Undercover cop Jim Raynor (Jason Patric) is a seasoned veteran. His partner, Kristen Cates (Jennifer Jason Leigh), is lacking in experience, but he thinks she's tough enough to work his next case with him: a deep cover assignment to bring down the notoriously hard-to-capture drug lord Gaines (Gregg Allman). While their relationship turns romantic during the assignment, they also turn into junkies, and will have to battle their own addictions if they want to bring down Gaines once and for all.
- Stars:Jason Patric, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Sam Elliott, Max Perlich, Gregg Allman, Tony Frank, William Sadler, Special K. McCray, Dennis Letts, Dennis Burkley, Glenn Wilson, Jimmy Ray Pickens, Barbara Lasater, Toni Pilgreen, Merrill Connally,
- Director:Lili Fini Zanuck,
- Writer:Kim Wozencraft (book), Peter Dexter (screenplay)
Two small town Texas cops go undercover to catch a major drug dealer and are sucked into the drug culture, compromising their assignment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: I had a friend recommend this movie. I'm sorry but it just wasn't good in any way. There was no plot other than the very basic one, and no character development, no surprises, no twists. There were just random people without any story behind them dying. The female for example appeared with no explanation, and died without any fanfare, and that was the closest thing that could have possibly added any plot to the movie.
(au) wrote: An unnecessary film which still fails to even be a good parody. It actually looks like a school project. (D+)
(ag) wrote: lowsy pacing, hard to follow, ok story once you figure it out
(ca) wrote: A brilliant movie but likely to be confusing for anyone without a reasonable grasp of the Greco-Roman period. Strongly recommend to anyone with an intellectual bent - but you may want to read up a little on the period and on Hypatia herself first.
(ag) wrote: Goth's not a bad flick
(fr) wrote: mucho mejor que dramamex y buen ost
(jp) wrote: Hilarious short film from Pixar.
(jp) wrote: This movie was disappointing at best. It was strange that supposedly at night time, you could see daylight through the windows... talk about a blooper. But in any case, the movie flowed at a sluggish pace and failed to develop much-needed tension and anxiety that a horror flick should deliver. In my opinion, Ghosts of Goldfield had some potential but lacked the momentum to convince me of anything taking place. Non of the characters were believable or likable, and stating that they were obnoxious would be a huge understatement. The acting, the script, and the special effects could have used some major attention to give this movie any credibility. Although I'm not going to tell any viewers to not see this film, I would recommend that you proceed with caution because you might turn out to be disappointed like so many others.
(jp) wrote: Bloody film about a writer who has a killer imitating the slasher murders in his new book. Dario Argento again proves he is a cut above his Italian director peers plus another good synth score from Goblin. I liked Anthony Franciosa as the writer.
(ru) wrote: Some great performances smooth over some of the rougher story parts. Julian Beck gets extra credit for his creepy performance.