The Seven Ups

The Seven Ups

DVD - 2006
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Follows a rogue squad of New York City cops, who name themselves after the minimum sentence of their targeted street hoods. Often as violent as the vicious thugs they pursue, these cops will stop at nothing to get justice in the courts--but more often--in the streets.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2006]
Branch Call Number: DVD
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 103 minutes.) : sound., anamorphic, color. ; 4 3/4 in


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Jul 18, 2018

A lot of very good actors, and good performances, but a really STUPID script! Almost none of the situations were even remotely believable, plausible, or would/could have happened, the way they were shot. (Very easy guys: just shoot the sequence differently, if you want the outcome you're going for. Duh. e.g., the car chase. Please... There are so many problems with that, one could spend 3 pages listing them all, and that's just one of many in the film.) As with most Follywood productions, it had potential. Too bad it was a waste.

Jul 19, 2012

Starts off slow and it was very entertaining. The car chase was excellently filmed.

Jun 23, 2012

Gritty '73 Philip D'Antoni (Bullitt, The French Connection) produced/directed cops vs. mobsters flick. A solid performance from Roy Scheider, and an EXCELLENT car chase with actor/stunt driver Bill Hickman, who also did some insane driving in the above two D'Antoni classics. Sneaky trick with the handcuffs on the Lincoln's 'suicide' doors. FIVE STARS.


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Jun 23, 2012

Buddy Manucci (looking out the window at the mobsters at the funeral parlor): "A funeral really brings them out." Barilli - Seven-Up: "Respect for the dead is considered very important. You know that." Buddy Manucci: "Should show as much for the living."


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