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I absolutely love this game!
Sometimes amusing mashup of comedy and crime drama with an ambling mood and relaxed performances from its cast.
great cast make this one kinda watchable
Dick Kanipsia has just gotten out of jail with no plans of going back. When his best friend, Harry, is shot. On his deathbed, Harry tells Dick to seek out his partner whom he shares a large share of embezzled money with. Slither is an off-beat comedic road film which follows these two men on their journey to find the embezzled money. To makes things more complicated, they are also being followed by a mysterious gigantic black van. There is lots of great dialogue throughout and Peter Boyle and James Caan are both fantastic as a sort of Odd Couple trying to track down the man who is holding on to their money. Its a film that is hart to pigeon-hold really cause it is dramatic but its definitely very comedic. The soundtrack is very fun as well. It really dives into its characters and tells the story through them, to great affect. Sally Kellerman is probably the highlight of the film for me, as the crazy loner who they take along for the ride. Another example of why I truly miss American cinema of the 70s.
Great performances from James Caan and a terrific supporting cast propel this oddball caper film, which manages to maintain a goofy, likeable vibe throughout, even if the film's climax is a little unsatisfying. Worth seeking out on DVD from the Warner Bros. Archive.
One of my favorite whacked out caper-comedies from the 70.s Kellerman is a freakin riot. Her line about all the foreign pubic hair at the laundry mat kills me. Slither has a wierd odd ball feel to it that only the 70's produced. Highly recommended if you can find it.
off beat, fun to watch if its on tv and nothing else is
Sally Kellerman at her BEST. It gives an entirely new meaning to 'road trip'.
Great, little known, road movie. Fun.
wow what a good movie...i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch....i think that the director of this Mystery & Suspense, Comedy movie had done a really good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie because the director of this movie keeps you on the edge's of your seats throughout this movie...its got a really good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...its a good Mystery & Suspense, Comedy from 1973 2 watch n its enjoyable as well