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White Line Fever(1976)

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  • white line fever

    • kevin sellers
    • 8/7/18

    A half hearted attempt to cash in on both the "Walking Tall" and 70s trucker phenomena. Nothing memorable, original or even moderately interesting here other than the usual good work of Peckinpah alums L.Q. Jones, Slim Pickens, and R.G. Armstrong and the always welcome Kay Lenz. Solid C.

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    • a.morris
    • 7/28/18

    oh jan Michael Vincent.. too bad you only had 25 chances to turn your career around as opposed to Robert downey jr. who had 100. if only people could appreciate the quality of work you did with danger island that gem that was a mini series epic that aired on the banana splits show. very few gift of the gods moments happen in one life. this story however just did not have the edge..the pathos..the crackling spark of a certain burt Reynolds/Jackie gleason product of 1977. truly it was the birth of a nation of cb movies.kay lenz in my opinion..whipped the ass of one sally field at least. her performance in this..was better than the smoogich flying nun. take your 2 academy awards on home gidget..lenz is too good for you on this one. I am sure mrs.lenz will have a superbowl winning party over this. I personally thought that it was a waste..of dr.pepper..seeing those poor cans being tossed away. that was sophies choice and terms of endearment and bambi all rolled into one syrup product. the moral of the story seemed to be..violence solves everything and a good looking guy in the movies can still win. ah..dreams and stupid ass shit can come true.

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