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Gene Hackman, Roy Scheider. Two New York detectives reluctantly work with federal agents to crack a multimillion-dollar heroin ring. Hackman won the Oscar for Best Actor. 2 Discs. 1971/color/104 min/R.
This story may have been interesting when it was written, but it doesn't play well now. There are some racial slurs used and it's not as action packed as stories seen currently. Read morePublished 2 days ago by T. Prewitt
Enjoyed it but it felt as if there were sections of the film that were cut out. For example, after his boss takes him off the case, Doyle is suddenly still on the case with no... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Marty O'Boyle
Well worth watching, about every two or three years. Makes one recall what real movies used to be.Published 2 days ago by Deanna S.
The characters were not developed enough for me. I did enjoy looking at the cars of the 70's.Published 2 days ago by Michele
Excellent cinematography and use of silence. Not quite as engaging as I'd hoped for a multiple Oscar winner.Published 2 days ago by Dale E Brown
Dirty,gritty,tough...the way it was on the streets of NY in the seventies.Published 5 days ago by Mike
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