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#1 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 09:24 PM

I saw parts of these some years ago on cable and managed to find copies and
watch them. They're both good. Normally, I would not think that something
called "Highway to Hell" (written by Brian Helgeland incidentally) would be the type of
movie I'd want to see, considering that the title is meant literally, but it's amazing.
It's kind of a low budget B movie that maybe nobody really expected much from but
the people who made it sure were serious about doing something cool.


There is a strangeness in these two dissimilar films that is fascinating and exciting.
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