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Bullitt Review


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For all of the talk about its legendary car chase through the streets of San Francisco -- and it is justified -- Bullitt idles far tool long in the slow lane when it should be blowing by the minivans and the carpoolers. Even the presence of Steve McQueen, with his laid-back, self-assured cool, can't save it.

McQueen plays Frank Bullitt, a celebrated lieutenant with the San Francisco Police Department, assigned to protect a celebrity witness in a Senate subcommittee meeting on organized crime. When the witness is killed in his hotel room, Bullitt has little time to discover the truth before the city's powerful DA (Robert Vaughn) unleashes his wrath.

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The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) Review


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A bit kitschy in plotting, and very kitschy in production (with multiple frames of action occuring simultaneously), not to mention an overpowering, cheeseball score, the original Thomas Crown Affair could have been quite a silly sight.

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