Full Moon in Blue Water (1988)
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as Louise Taylor
as The General
as Jack Hill
as Johnny Gorman
as Man No. 1
as Talk-Show Guest
as Guest's Wife
as Stranger #1
as Stranger #2
Critic Reviews for Full Moon in Blue Water
Funny and appealing, this is the kind of quiet and assured Hollywood movie that used to be more common in the 50s; the local flavor is caught perfectly, and every member of the cast shines.
Low-key stuff with an assortment of eccentric rednecks, probably better suited to the small screen.
In spite of the participation of a number of talented people, Full Moon in Blue Water is almost as immediately forgettable as its title.
Quite simply, Hackman is the finest actor of his generation.
Full Moon in Blue Water is such a likable film in so many little ways that you want to forgive it for being so bad in so many big ones.
The depressing and amateurish screenplay makes the lead character into a totally unsympathetic bozo.
Audience Reviews for Full Moon in Blue Water
Hackman just raises this movie up to a better than average tale about these bunch of quirky lovable losers.
A lot of layback and unpleasantness with some good moments. The impression was given that the sun was never going to shine on Gene Hackman throughout the whole movie. In fact, the happiest thing is going on while the end credits roll. Blue Water is a town.
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