Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Nowhere to Run 10 Movie Pack|
Actors: Michael York, Rutger Hauer, Ann Margret, Omar Sharif, David Soul
Director: James A. Brooks
Genres: Action & Adventure
Criminal Desire DWhen street savvy Private Investigator Darrel Chisum (David Faustino) learns of the mysterious disappearance of a billionaire's (David Carradine) daughter and beautiful model Caitland Montague he soon be... more »
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 06/23/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"NOWHERE TO RUN 10 MOVIE PACK features 20 well-known actors in 10 little-known crime dramas. In fact, there's one here so obscure NOBODY'S ever heard of it! You want "rare"? These babies are "bloody rare"! Not for the big-time blockbuster, bloated budget, oscar-nominated film crowd. These are humble little movies, with much to be humble about...
A similar BRENTWOOD DVD set is FATAL FORCE 10 MOVIE PACK. This collection even includes a film called "Nowhere Fast." Must be a trend...
The following alphabetized program list provides viewer poll data (on a 1 to 10 scale), country of origin (if other than USA), years of release and most the notable actors for each film.
(4.1) Beyond Justice (Italy-1992) - Rutger Hauer/Carol Alt/Omar Sharif/Elliott Gould
(3.5) C.C. and Company (1970) - Joe Namath/Ann Margret/William Smith
(4.7) Criminal Desire ("Lovers and Liars") (1998) - Michael York/David Faustino/David Carradine (in support)
(???) Deadly Reckoning (19??) - Frank Zagarino/Matthias Hues/Robert Vaughn (in support)
(2.6) Dr. Ice (1996) - Debra Ahmed/Tina Aldridge/Nicole Anderson/James A. Brooks (minor role)
(5.5) Hustling (TV-1975) - Lee Remick/Monte Markham/Jill Clayburgh/Burt Young/Howard Hesseman (bit part)
(6.2) Little Ladies Of The Night (TV-1977) - David Soul/Louis Gossett Jr./Carolyn Jones/Kathleen Quinlan/Vic Tayback
(1.7) Loanshark (1999) - Sabrina Bertaccini/Charles Santore/Mark Schrier
(1.9) Massacre (1985) - David Heavener/Daniel Tang/Hwee Ling Lee
Midnight Cop (W Germany-1988) - Morgan Fairchild/Frank Stallone/Michael York"
Great production values, terrible movies.
D. Wright | Cyberspace | 11/24/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Not too many stars for this set of films. I have always liked "Midnight Cop" so I gave it 1 star for this, and 1 star for Brentwood's production values. IF you love these films, you cannot go wrong with this company. The films are well-produced (1 movie to a disc side) and they come in a hard plastic storage case for protection. However, these are not top-of-the-line films and there is not a subtitle option. OTher than that a decent B-Movie company."