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Desc:Jack Lambert lives next door to, and kills, an accused Nazi death camp commander.
Category:Trailers, Classic Movies
Tags:Dan Aykroyd, lily tomlin, jack lemmon, Bonnie Hunt, vigilantism for laughs
Submitted:Seven Arts/H8 Red
Date:05/22/12
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Comment count is 5
CuteLucca
Only in the 90s is a movie trailer backed by epic sax and ONLY epic sax
big pincers
I thought trailers today were bad about giving away the entire plot, but this one really outdoes itself
sosage
I smell the unique "Collision Course"-esque reek of straight to video.
Xenocide
I saw this mess on HBO when I was about 13. You'd think it would be hard to make a boring movie about the clandestine murder of a Nazi war criminal, but this film was up to the task.

The best part is the "hilarious" punchline at the very end of the movie. Dan Akroyd realizes that he feels no remorse for killing someone, and he is thus an amoral sociopath. So he...wait for it...enrolls in law school!

The entire movie basically builds up to that one joke. Someone was really, really proud of it.
Seven Arts/H8 Red
That's the reason I submitted the video. The film is the most boring vigilante comedy one could feasibly make.

Savoy Pictures was a crapshoot. Sometimes, Savoy was involved, either as a distributor or production company, in films like Serial Mom, American History X, and A Bronx Tale. Most of the time, it was stuff like this. Hell, I only remember Savoy Pictures for its production logo.

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