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Actors: Clint Eastwood, Bernadette Peters, Timothy Carhart, Tiffany Gail Robinson, Angela Louise Robinson
Director: Buddy Van Horn
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Drama
A comic action-adventure about a modern-day bounty hunter chasing down a bail-jumping woman fleeing her ex-con husband in his prized 1959 pink cadillac.
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Clint's Worst Film - Hands Down!
Scott T. Rivers | Los Angeles, CA USA | 05/05/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Throughout his long career, actor-director Clint Eastwood managed to avoid the pitfalls of Truly Bad Cinema. However, "Pink Cadillac" (1989) is a noted exception. This brain-dead romantic comedy, with an offensive white-supremacist subplot, makes "Every Which Way But Loose" look like a minor masterpiece. Clint registers zero chemistry with co-star Bernadette Peters. Not surprisingly, "Pink Cadillac" went straight to video in Great Britain (perhaps the only Eastwood film to receive that dubious distinction)."
Pink Cadillac never starts
MR77100 | IL United States | 05/26/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Although I like GM cars, Pink Cadillac stands as being the worst movie of Clint Eastwood's career. He plays a modern-day bounty hunter by the name of Tommy Nowak that uses skill rather then a gun to catch his suspects, although he does carry a gun briefly here. Bernadette Peters plays this little curly-haired blonde who lives in a trailer with her dead-beat husband and his speed-freak friends. Her husband owns a pink cadillac and she drives off in it with her baby and a bag of money. Nowak is then sent to bring her back from a casino before her husband's gang finds her first. When they do, and kidnap the baby, Nowak and Peters bond when they give chase to get it back. The movie is red-neck and full of trailer trash stereotypes in every way. It also helps define the classic example of the woman that takes the bad boy, but then learns her lesson when she finds Nowak. But the movie has poor acting. Clint's chessy impressions, including an imitation of a drunken red-neck, do little to raise any laughs. The gang of army wannabe's don't make the film any more dramatic. The whole concept of "Don't mess with a man's automobile" is literally worn out.Despite the semi-colorful cast of Peters, Frances Fisher, and even Jim Carey, and an expansive soundtrack, this romantic comedy falls short of anything close to a classic. It's a good thing that Eastwood didn't direct this himself. Buddy Van Horn took the rap instead. This is the only film of Eastwood's career that did not receive a theatrical release in the UK, and it remains his lowest-grossing to date. Sorry folks, but Pink Cadillac never starts. If you are an Eastwood fan like me, get it to fill in the gaps of your DVD collection."
Clint's greatest film ever! No, wait, his worst, a real mes
Grigory's Girl | NYC | 10/20/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"In the annals of cinema history, Clint Eastwood is rightfully regarded as one of the greatest American filmmakers. He has made many great films, and will continue to do so.
This is not one of them.
This is Clint's worst film, one of his few real duds. It's a long movie at 121 minutes, but even if Clint had edited it down a bit, it still wouldn't be very good. I couldn't help but think that Clint didn't really care about this film too much, as he looks bored throughout, and while Bernadette Peters (I think this was the last starring role she had before she went full time on Broadway) tries to spice things up (and has good on screen chemistry with Clint), it's still a very poor film. There are major plot holes, the biggest of Clint's career. The tone of the film is rather jarring, switching from light comedy to crude one liners to harrowing gun fights with white supremacists. Basically, it's just a mess.
There are a few (just a few) good things. It's shot on location in the Sierras, there is a good chase scene at the end, Jim Carrey appears as an Elvis impersonator, and there is some funny situations at the beginning of the film (Clint's first arrest here is very funny). Clint didn't direct this film, but his production company produced it and Buddy Van Horn directed it. Van Horn is Clint's stunt coordinator and Clint surrogate, and has directed several Clint films (most notably The Dead Pool). So it's really Clint's film, and it's his worst. Most people agree that this film and The Rookie are Clint's worst, but The Rookie is a lot better than this one. If you are a fan of Clint, and you have to see everything he's done, watch this. If you aren't, avoid it."
CLINT OH CLINT WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED?
CLINT BRONSON | las vegas,NV. | 04/17/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I cannot believe I have to give a movie that has the Man in it
one star,but if you go to buy this BEWARE! This is snore-bore
stage 101. And I love Eastwood films,even those bad ones that
are going thru your mind right now. This however is his worst
EVER! I mean while watching I defy you too not go a least once
ZZZZZ"HUH" WHAT,WHAT HAPPENED?Oh yeah thats right I have Pink
Crapillac on,yeah thats right..ZZZZZZZ=ZZZZZZZZ=ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ"