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Sorcerer(1977)

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  • Buried Treasure Beyond All Movie Buried Treasures

    • David Ewart
    • 7/16/15

    Along with Roger Ebert, I'm one of the few people in 1977 to see the theatrical release of this movie. From the start of this movie, you get an instant felling, this like no movie you have ever seen. The pacing, and the camera work, have you drawn in from the start, only you have no clue where you are going.When you finally arrive in this third world sink hole, you feel you can smell the sweat on everyone on screen. From there you exposed to the most horrific scenes you will ever see in a PG movie. As the movie progresses, the loose ends are brought together in a classic "prep" scene, that is one of the best I have ever scene.From there, you begin this tense journey through with four men, and two trucks, through the worst jungle in central america. While watching these upcoming scenes in 1977, I was blown away. Today, that feeling has increase, knowing there was no CGI back in 1977. If you see this film, plan on viewing it more than once, there is just too much to take in, in in viewing. The saddest thing about this movie is, that you will never see this movie on cable TV. Whomever owns the broadcast rights, has never released this movie for viewing. Maybe if some one like Seven Spielberg of David Geffen, see this review, they could use their great power in Hollywood, to get this movie out of limbo.One final note, "Sorcerer" was re-released awhile back on DVD, it has been re rated R. I don't know of any movie that has been made since the rating system started that has happened to. (to be fair there was no PG -13, in 1977)

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    • moose
    • 8/20/11

    great movie - soundtrack by tangerine dream - must see

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