The Squeeze

A mysterious black box spells danger to a con man and female detective.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length: 101 minutes
  • Release: 1987
  • Language: English
  • IMDB link: The Squeeze
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A mysterious black box spells danger to a con man and female detective

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Everett J (jp)

Ultimately, it's a building block and something worth expanding on. The camera work by Ernest Miller is fairly good but doesn't do anything particularly memorable. Preston Foster comes off best due entirely to the solidity of his physical presence. The performances are all a bit wooden and it's impossible to have much sympathy for any of the characters. Overall, this is a credible first film but does not possess enough energy to make it more than passably watchable. He is unable to get the actual, physical event out of his mind no matter how many times he tries to exorcise it. He becomes famous in his own right but the attention is hollow. As in other versions Bob takes his show on the road and nightly reenacts the sad events that led to Jesse's death. He would do anything to undue those terrible events which lead to him putting a bullet in the back of Jesse's head. Indeed, Bob retains a fiercesome guilt throughout the latter half of the film. However, Bob lacks what Kelley has in spades: a clean conscience and an unyielding entitlement to precisely what he wants out of life. Foster gives Kelley a dominating intensity that doesn't waver as Bob prances about trying anything whatsoever to prove he's a man of honour who deserves the hand of Cynthy. His presence is formidable as he literally stands in the way between Bob and the woman he loves and who he imagines loves him. Preston Foster is a monument of a man and the most solid thing in this rather forgettable film. He is unable to convince any man to stand by him as he grinds gradually into powder. Bob has no one to turn to and his life slowly begins to unravel. She's attractive and somewhat engaging but her role is essentially superfluous to the main story, the necessity for male bonding in cattleland after the denoument of the civil war. Britton is likable in this role but lacks the cool, disarming affectations that have made previous women in this tale so appealing. Then there is the love interest, Cynthy Waters (Barbara Britton), a singer who Bob intends to marry if he can ever earn enough money to purchase her a ring. He's rather expendable in this film as he's only a prop to set up the fated maneuverings of Bob Ford as he stumbles through the latter years of his sorry life. He lacks the steely gaze of other interpretations and fails to come off as a full fledged character. Jesse James (Reed Hadley) is something of a one dimensional character. The film just portrays him as an emotional gimp with no real integrity and a lack of understanding why everyone treats him like a pariah. It isn't giving anything away to say that Bob dies at the hands of his sweetheart's new (and much bolder) lover, John Kelley (Preston Foster). In that film Bob is a sympathetic figure and unlike this one, not entirely loathesome. Casey Affleck in the far superior [i]The Asssassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford [/i]gives Bob a sweet melancholy and a lasting touch of dignity. It's a strange interpretation as it paints Bob as a lowly miscreant who deserved his sorry fate. John Ireland plays Bob Ford with a perpetual look of worry and self-debasement plastered on his face. Based on the terrible myths circling about the grinning death skull of Jesse James and a story by Homer Croy, this version portrays Bob Ford as even more simpering and pathetic than just about every other screen treatment. In Sam Fuller's first feature, [i]I Shot Jesse James, [/i]one cowardly act permeates the soiled fabric of one man's simple life

Greg W (jp)

good western with Coop

Hayley W (ca)

oves that danny dyer is NOT a one trick pony !!!! excellent. . . . love this film

J B (fr)

Though not short of magnificent performances from its tremendous cast (Jessica Lange, Elizabeth Olsen and Oscar Isaac), "In Secret" offers little more than insidious melodrama

Jacob H (es)

This film is amazing and the story is fun and entertaining

Joe W (ca)

A decent flick worth the watch when you have the time. Not particularly gory or scary but very tense and uncomfortable. While i did like this movie it wasn't anything amazing

Jon L (br)

The documentary is as artistic as the sushi being made

Jordan G (es)

nd More Tum-Tum!. More Colt. As if there was a needed excuse to bring back the 3 Ninja's? More Rocky

Kent H (ru)

The animation and action was just so low budget compared to its predecessor. everything else was just not needed. . . Greene was probably the only one who save the film with Xerxes. . . . . . I just don't understand why this film was needed. . . . Then you will probably not enjoy this film. If you enjoyed the first 300 film like I have

Krystal W (it)

What's even worse is that it wasn't as bad as some straight to DVD movies but it was still bad. I'm glad I didn't have to waste any money to see this low budget piece of crap. I feel sorry for everyone involved with this stupid movie. just another Saw rip-off and not even a good one. . . What kinda crap was this