Mary Poppins Returns
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[A] minor, worthy entry [...] Cassavetes, like Gene Hackman, had access to a reserve of energy.
(T)his Italian-American crime movie cocktail has some great flavors in the mix, thanks to Cassavetes and to the unraveling chaos that director Montaldo follows to the bitter end.
an absorbing mixture of dramatic pathos and criminal intrigue, one of those rare gems of late-1960s international filmmaking that is all but unthinkable today
A noteworthy exploitation gangster B-film shot by an Italian crew in Las Vegas.
Okay but ultimately pointless foreign lensed actioner. The great Gena Rowlands is in and out of this in under fifteen minutes and still manages to be the best thing in it by far. Peter Falk is similarly underutilized. They and Cassavetes must have signed on to this to get money for one of his independent directoral efforts. Britt Ekland is beautiful but given little to do. If you favor heist movies this is an acceptable time passer but nothing more.
like an odd combination of other films that came before it. there were a lot of things about this that didn't work, but it was enjoyable and the morricone score is one of his best.
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