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No Mercy 1986

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A Chicago cop (Richard Gere) travels to the Bayou to track down the witness (Kim Basinger) to his partner's murder.

Starring:
Richard Gere, Kim Basinger
Runtime:
1 hour, 48 minutes

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance, Action
Director Richard Pearce
Starring Richard Gere, Kim Basinger
Supporting actors Jeroen Krabbé, George Dzundza, Gary Basaraba, William Atherton, Terry Kinney, Bruce McGill, Ray Sharkey, Marita Geraghty, Aleta Mitchell, Fred Gratton, Dionisio, Ray Brown, Kim Chan, George Dickerson, Raynor Scheine, Carl Gordon, Victoria Edwards, Annalee Jefferies
Studio TriStar Pictures
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By Gus Mauro on April 4, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
A film that went unoticed in the 80's is a tight well acted thriller starring the incomparable Richard Gere as tough brash Chicago Cop who's on a revenge misson to the bayous of New Orleans to find his partner's killer and gets involved with a mobster's illerate mistress. Standard Script with a few good action sequences thrown in along with Gere's exceptional talent to hold the viewer's attention throughtout the entire film. Even though the viewer has been through familar territory with this type of script it is still a great movie. Memorable scene was when Gere & Bassinger are treding through the swamps handcuffed together Mouthing off to one another. First of two film this duo has done together the other film was released 6 years later in another steamy thriller "Final Analysis"
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In the very small "Chicago cop livestock crawl swamp swimming crawfish headsucking revenge" genre this is by far the best of all time! haw haw

Richard Gere plays Chicago undercover dick Eddie Jillette who, along with his partner, were unwittingly being hired by Kim Basinger's rich New Orleans boyfriend to kill this really bad meanie Losado, played by the ultra-unlikable Jeroen Krabbe, who we find later has "owned" Kim since she was like 12 years old. Unfortunately, Losado gets wise to the deal and follows Kim to Chicago where death and mayhem ensue, particularly to Jillete's partner who was "guh-tted like a peeg."

Well, Gere goes down to New Orleans looking for clues to his partner's killer with predictable results. In the process, William Atherton the brother of dead murdered and killed boyfriend shows off his wimpy backhand, and then gets threatened and carwrecked by Jillette, probably because he was such a jerk in Die Hard. Anyway, because he's a Yankee and a lot smarter than us Southerners (yuk yuk) he only needs about 10 minutes to find Kim (Mee-chelle) in a club on the wrong side of the river in Algiers, a town highly reminiscent of Hell if you've ever been down there too. Now here's the good part.....Kim Basinger on the dance floor grooving to some kind of hybrid Cajun island funk, and I mean she is throwing down! Hair, boobs, lips...your basic winner of the Nordic Combined. And then she goes in the ladies room and DOUSES HERSELF WITH WATER TO COOL DOWN! Hey, somebody DOUSE ME TOO! OK, have you hit the "Add to Cart" button yet?

The rest of the movie is pretty silly but as romantic thrillers go, Gere and Basinger set the bar pretty high.
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Although the film is a bit dated, it is worth watching for Kim Basinger's performance as an illiterate bayou girl. Compare this performance with the super smart callgirl in LA Confidential -- she does have range.

Buy it used at the cheapest price -- you won't be disappointed.
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"No Mercy" was the best work by Richard Gere and Kim Basinger; they both excelled. The story, drama was very intense, yet contrasted with very earthy music and great chemistry between Gere and Basinger. It moved very fast and kept you on the edge of your seat.
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Maverick Chicago cop Eddie Jillette poses as a hit man to meet with someone in from New Orleans looking to have a job done. The result is that both the guy and Jillette's partner wind up very dead, while a stunning blonde in on the setup disappears. He heads south to settle the score and soon finds himself being hunted, with the girl in tow and the local police anything but happy. Gere and Kim Basinger go very well together, and the chemistry between them adds to the movie's realism. "No Mercy" in my view is one of the better thrillers of the eighties. The action sequences, especially the final shootout in the burning flophouse, are effective enough to satisfy action movie junkies, but there is more to the movie than that. It is well acted, well photographed and well written, in all a superior sort of thriller.
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"No Mercy". A movie written and directed with an A excellence for Action, Suspense, and Romance and casted perfectly. Almost reminded me of Denzel Washingtons, "The Equalizer" but that was on another level, of course. I had to give this 5 stars, because 4 would be too critical for minor defects if any and too critical of minor details in the movie. The only thing I was surprised with, is that Richard Gere dyed his hair brown for the part ? No a "Mr Jones" it was not, that was out of part for Richard Gere's parts in movies he takes, but it was great. The Beautiful Kim Basinger showed B+ acting and Richard Gere the Hero. If you want to see that kind of movie, Watch "No Mercy" !
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As seeing the title, I expected a really tough action movie but it wasn't.
It was a tapid action movie.
Either actors are not charming enough to rule the running time and the soundtrack was old and just noisy.
The chemistry between two actors are almost none.
I don't know why I spent almost 10$ plus shipping cost for this DVD.
i feel regret.
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Good 'ol wet fun in the bayou! And Kim Basinger has the best on screen scream ever. She screams the same way in the batman movie too. Hot Hot Hot and filmed in New Orleans and Louisiana. One for the library.
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