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It defied all odds to become the most unexpected and acclaimed cult hit of the 80s, and it remains one of the most slyly subversive and thrillingly original action/comedy/drama motion pictures of all time. The legendary Peter O Toole in his iconic Oscar® nominated performance stars as director Eli Cross, a deliciously megalomaniacal madman commanding a film-set circus where a paranoid young veteran (Steve Railsback) finds himself maybe replacing a dead stunt man, possibly falling for the beautiful leading lady (Barbara Hershey), and discovering that love, death and the mayhem of moviemaking can definitely be the wildest illusions of all. THE STUNT MAN now features a stunning HD transfer supervised by Oscar® nominated producer/director Richard Rush, plus new interviews and commentaries with Rush, Peter O Toole, Steve Railsback and Alex Rocco, all in the ultimate edition of the classic that the Los Angeles Times calls as innovative today as Citizen Kane was in its time!
"The Player" seems to be considered the go-to film about the film industry, possibly because so many dozens of big-name actors appeared in it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by R. K.
Don't know what else to say but that Peter O'Toole is fantastic and that I love this movie which I originally saw in a movie theater. Something not many people did. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Thomas
The sound was really bad with this film. I actually could not hear it well enough to rate accurately.Published 1 month ago by Cindy Garner
I have always enjoyed this film over the years. Peter O'toole was wonderful as a director of a film within a film. Lots of twists and turns . Great castPublished 2 months ago by Jf
Okay---so I rated it merely "Okay," but nonetheless you should watch it if only to see Peter O'Toole in action, how he is a control freak, a gamesman, a conniver. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael E. Nader
Quite simply a tour de force performance by Peter O'Toole as a "do what it takes to get done" movie director. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brian
A great movie for a touch of nostalgia and the excitement of the old craft of non CGI movie making. A fun romp through the eyes of a would be stunt man on the run.Published 5 months ago by User