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Dirty Dozen, TheDirty Dozen, The (1967) Recommended
Dir. Robert Aldrich
Feat. Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson
A group of hardened criminals redeem themselves when recruited for a suicide mission during World War 2. An exciting adventure classic.
100 Rifles100 Rifles (1969)
Dir. Tom Gries
Feat. Jim Brown, Raquel Welch, Burt Reynolds
Explosive action–western cliche of the late–70's featuring Burt Reynolds, unfortunately cast as a half–Indian bank–robber,…
Take a Hard RideTake a Hard Ride (1975)
Dir. Anthony M. Dawson
Feat. Jim Brown, Lee Van Cleef, Fred Williamson
Fun western cheapie with Jim Brown heading to Sonora to deliver a payroll....Lee Van Cleef has other ideas.
Fingers (1978)
Dir. James Toback
Feat. Harvey Keitel, Tisa Farrow, Jim Brown
Harvey Keitel conjures up the required intensity for this portrait of a frustrated concert pianist with a violent temper. The nerve–shredding…
One Down Two To GoOne Down Two To Go (1982)
Dir. Fred Williamson
Feat. Jim Brown, Fred Williamson, Jim Kelly
Straight–to–video blaxploitation, about a trio of kung fu fighters (Kelly, Brown and Williamson) who go after crooked event promoters.…
Running Man, TheRunning Man, The (1987)
Dir. Paul Michael Glaser
Feat. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Conchita Alonso, Yaphet Kotto
Schwarzenegger is in his element in this dystopian fantasy set around a televised game–show. The story has much in common with ROLLERBALL, but…
Mars Attacks!Mars Attacks! (1996) Aro Favourite
Dir. Tim Burton
Feat. Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Annette Bening
Tim Burton once again turns tacky into an art form, but this time with a monster budget to match the alien carnage. This gleefully (though…
Hot CityHot City (Original Gangstas) (1997)
Dir. Larry Cohen
Feat. Pam Grier, Jim Brown, Fred Williamson
Rising crime in the old 'hood reunites 70s blaxploitation superstars Pam Grier, Jim Brown, Fred Williamson and Richard Roundtree to exploit…
She Hate MeShe Hate Me (2004)
Dir. Spike Lee
Feat. Anthony Mackie, Kerry Washington, Ellen Barkin
Another well–packed 'joint' from Spike Lee, has a corporate whistle–blower (Mackie) fired from his job and recruited to impregnate…

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