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Sting II, The(1982)

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  • The Sting II: Can't Leave A Good Thing Alone

    • Doc Long
    • 6/28/16

    Terrible follow-up a decade after the marvelous picture "The Sting"- a box office smash and one of the most intriguing movies from the 2nd half of the 20th century. The story line is similar to the original with Lonnegan played this time by Oliver Reed along with the wooden Karl Malden as "marks" to be taken by Gondorff and Hooker. Jackie Gleason is a great entertainer and does his best in the "Paul Newman influenced' role of Gondorff, the brains behind another royal fleecing of racketeers. Singer Mac Davis, known for his million-selling 1972 hit single "Baby, Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me" is out of his league as Hooker, the "Robert Redford influenced" character. Veteran tough guy Val Avery is believable as always and Terri Garr is just as perky as ever. Former Southern Cal linebacker Tim Rossovich is impressively menacing as Typhoon Taylor while legendary bandleader- and Georgia native- Harry James performs as himself in his final movie appearance. It's more than likely a good thing that the executives changed the first names of Gondorff and Hooker from the original Sting.

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