Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Not a bad little movie.
boring plot that never goes anywhere a fictional db cooper getting chased by everyone in there cousin for his money through out the whole film no logic or crazy turns through this one folks
After the heist and jump from the jet a insurance adjuster finds out that the thief is a man he trained in the army paratroopers. starts tracking him through his wife. Duval did a good job in this a early roll for him he was the adjuster Williams is a actor that i like a lot and most of the movies I have seen him in I have enjoyed and this is a good one also
Saw this movie way back in the 80's on a free preview of the Movie channel in Canada. It was so good I watched it a bunch more times during the free period. Oh how I wish I had recorded it on my VCR. Dang. Treat Williams is a great actor and makes a fantastic D.B. Cooper! Robert Duval is excellent as always as the insurance adjusted who chases him all over the back woods of Washington State. All in all a great movie and should easily stand the test of time. On a side note with the renewed interest in D.B. Cooper sparked by the recent new and credible lead in the only unsolved hijacking in U.S. History I imagine we will be seeing a new DVD release in the near future! Fingers Crossed!
Quite exaggerated and forgettable.
Back in the 80's this is one movie that HBO showed the sh#t out of and I probably watched it every time it was on along with Beastmaster. Treat Williams stars as the legendary cult hero hijacker D.B.Cooper who hijacks a 747 over Oregon for $200,000. and parachutes himself into a nationwide manhunt led by Robert Duvall who plays an insurance investigator for the airline and Paul (I raided Barry Manilow's wardrobe) Gleason who plays Williams Vietnam vet buddy who wants a cut of the money. A fun silly movie of the time.