All-American Murder (1991)

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Since graduating from Happy Days, Anson "Potsie" Williams has carved himself a comfortable Hollywood niche as a prolific director of straight-to-video movies. In Williams' All-American Murder, Charlie Schlatter stars as a James Dean-ish young troublemaker. When a beautiful college coed is murdered, Schlatter tops the suspect list. Cop Christopher Walken doubts Schlatter's guilt; he gives the suspect 24 hours to prove his innocence. But when more murders occur, we are forced to ask ourselves: Just what is Schlatter's agenda? It may seem like an exercise in the Obvious, but All-American Murder keeps you guessing right up to the end.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Prism Entertainment

Cast

Christopher Walken
as P.J. Decker
J.C. Quinn
as Harry Forbes
Craig Stout
as Dean Darby
Woody Watson
as Frank Harley
Angie Brown
as Laurie Grant
Tim Green
as Judge Logan
Kimberly Scott
as Cheerleader
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Audience Reviews for All-American Murder

You know that feeling you get, that's kind of like enjoyment, when you're watching a home movie that gets summed up with "Hey! I've been there." That's about all that can be said, really.

Mac Boyle
Mac Boyle

An odd film in the sense that it's corny and it feels like it was made in the 80's. It's weird that 'Diagnosis Murder's' Charlie Schlatter is starring in the same film as Christopher Walken, whom I would rate in a whole different level of acting. Also Charlie's character as a rebel seemed very oddly placed, despite this I quite enjoyed the plot and it made for easy (no-brainer) watching. Cheesy but watchable.

Lady D'arbanville
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