Oh, and here’s one in the face for William Petersen, too (again from To Live And Die In LA).
Looks like veteran Secret Service agent Jimmy Hart (Michael Greene) isn’t going to collect on that pension, in William Friedkin’s flawed-but-enthralling counterfeiting thriller To Live And Die In LA.
The killing of Leo Fast Elk (Allan RJ Joseph), which precipitates Michael Apted’s sturdy COINTELPRO/AIM-influenced thriller Thunderheart.
Some dude has his head replaced with an unconvincing fake blood-filled papier mâché model, which is then vandalised with a flying axe. Not a good day in crappy Mad Max knock-off 2019 – After The Fall Of New York.
“So how you gonna do it? I mean it’s not like you can just walk up to the guy in your fancy business suit and say ‘Hi, I’m here to whack ya!’..?”
“Sure you can…”
“I’m here to whack you…”
Julius (Michael Brian Ogden) learns the subtleties of the trade from Ray Ferritto (Robert Davi) a little too late in Kill The Irishman.
Ewww! Talk about a pain in the neck… From 1968 Tunnel Rats, a film by Uwe Boll that isn’t based on a video game.
For the life of me I can’t remember what has just happened to Jamie Foxx here in Bait, but it was definitely painful…