The Domino Principle (The Domino Killings) (1977)
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Average Rating: 2.9/5
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Stanley Kramer directed this paranoid thriller involving a murderer who is inexplicably released from prison by a mysterious organization. Gene Hackman is Roy Tucker, serving time in San Quentin when he's busted out by a secret organization in return for having to assassinate an unnamed person. Roy travels from San Francisco to Spain trying to find out why he was released from prison and who he has to kill. His only lead is the organization is run by a collection of unknown people, collectively
Jul 25, 1977 Wide
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Gen. Tom Reser
James W. Gavin
John Bear Hudkins
Joseph V. Perry
Stanley Kramer's film contains a lot of physical and logistical nonsense.
With a lame script and the leaden hand of Kramer's direction, it blows most of its chances.
Stanley Kramer was obviously trying for a message with this film, but it got lost within the intricate plot twists.
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