Prime Cut (1972)
as Nick Devlin
as "Mary Ann"
as Jake's Girl
as Reaper Driver
as Milk Lady
as Desk Clerk
as Mrs. O'Brien
as Farmer Bob
as Big Jim
as Freckle Face
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Critic Reviews for Prime Cut
A imbecilidade deste filme pode ser resumida pela ridícula cena de perseguição envolvendo uma ceifadeira. Não vale nem como curiosidade por ter marcado a estréia de Spacek no cinema.
more watchable than it ought to be
...you really can't go wrong with a film that casts Gene Hackman as a sleazy villain named Mary Ann.
Nasty stockyard mob tale filled with human link-sausages.
Audience Reviews for Prime Cut
Violent both in action and intention. Exposing some of the seamy underbelly of the seemingly docile Midwest. Fantastic acting by Marvin, Hackman and a very young Sissy Spacek. The beginning is not for the squeamish.
Sissy Spacek made her film debut in this sleazy but energetic crime thriller about big-times gangsters and the slaughterhouse they use to convert their enemies into sausage is a highly entertaining gangster film with co-stars Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman. Michael Ritchie takes iconic actors like Marvin and Hackman, who only have to be visible to make an effect. He puts in lots of destruction of property, and neo-Nazi blond bad boys falling by the score. There's shotguns and submachine guns and carnivorous farm equipment and 18-wheel trucks and all sorts of unlikely weapons. And the usual movie dichotomy of country good, city bad is stood on its head, with agriculture fairs and cornfields and sunflower fields as dangerous to life and limb as you could hope for (paging Alfred Hitchcock!). And young Spacek looked so beautiful and hot in her nudity scenes. Whooo!
This movie made me kinda sick. Nothing like women being sold like meat to make you feel all good inside.
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