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The Hot Rock

The Hot Rock(1972)

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  • Crazy Fun Redford Style

    • Sam McBride
    • 11/9/13

    The Hot Rock is easily one of the most underrated (in terms of entertainment value) Robert Redford movies. Probably much more of "guy" movie than a "gal" movie as it is devoid of romance, but lucky for us guys that void is filled with action, absurdity, and camaraderie. The other 3 actors in the movie making up his partners in crime really ham it up, and quite well, but Redford still steals the show. Few "handsome" actors have known how to use subtle facial expressions as skillfully as Redford does in this movie. A simple change in his eyes sometimes turns an otherwise routine exchange into a gem. And then when it comes times for him to really cut loose, as during his monologue in the helicopter, he really lets go and that scene alone is worth the price of admission. It's a good fun movie, full of surprises (some almost shocking), and very entertaining.

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    • PeterParker
    • 5/16/11

    How many times can a ragtag team steal the same diamond? Robert Redford

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