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This review is from: The 10th Victim (DVD)
The Italians really did 1960's camp the best. I mean, what is campier than Ursula Andress chasing a man around in a lavender, backless pant suit, while brandishing a pistol? A killer bikini top? A rest, relax and sex stop on the side of the highway? A cult of sunset worshipers in caftans on the beach? The cinematography and locations are so stylish. Rooftop jazz bars in the blaring sun, minimalist interiors decorated with giant, blinking eyeballs, New York's financial district, pre-World Trade Center and Rome and the Vatican shot from a helicopter. Death and fear, what could be funnier?
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Initial post: Oct 13, 2007 9:46:50 PM PDT
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Rufus Quail says:
I don't need to write a review. This pretty much takes care of it. I love the scene where the protagonist sets up a poolside lounger to toss the lady into the pool, so the crocodile can devour her. Or how about the guy with explosives in the heels of his riding boots? Click!
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