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Brilliant filmmaker John Sayles collects a paycheck on one of his screenwriter-for-hire gigs with this film about a child who witness his parents killed by a drug dealer and dirty cop, who is then left orphaned and is raised as alomost a feral child by a crazy homeless lady. Although most of John Sayles script doctor/yeoman jobs to finance his much smarter independent films are quite entertaining ("The Howling," "Alligator," and the original "Pirahna" to name a few) this one is pretty weak. I can only guess that what ended up on screen did not reflect Sayles original scrip. However, there are some seeds of interesting, though imprbable, story about a Tarzan-type figure living in the city as something of an urban legend, but the finished film is dull, lacks any mystery or interesting characters. There are a few good actors on hand, including Kathleen Quinlan as Jane and Maury Chaykin and Robert Davi as the bad guys which make it almost watchable.
love, love, love this underrated urban tarzan flick from the 80s
Where can I buy this mooooovie?!?!?!?!?
A rarely seen 80's classic, Kinda urban tarzan when a baby is left alone in the 'urban jungle' of a city and raised by a homeless crazy person after witnessing the murder of his parents by a corrupt cop and gangster.
Is it dated yes but still enjoyable with some good performances by knepper and always excellent robert damn davi!! Quinlan is annoyin as hell but acceptable.
Has some nice clever touches to wild things weapondry using various junk flouting around.
OMG! Emma Roberts reminds me so much of Julia Roberts its creepy...
John Sayles wrote the script of this sometimes clever, sometimes dumb beyond belief, urban take on Tarzan. It was set in a generic crumbling American metropolis but was actually filmed in Montreal.
cool movie , but i guess all the guys rate it five star for the lesbian cat fight then make up by making out scene haha
Strange urban Tarzan fable from the pen of independent cinema icon John Sayles. Dated, but atmospheric and fun.
Probably really naff but seemed great when i was bout eight. Eighties eh?
Beauty,Sexy & Intelligent.Execellant!