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Title: The Tracker (1988)
Post by: Dust Devil on December 17, 2014, 01:39:51 PM

A cocktail of cliches and uninspired scripting, with lots of seen-him-before faces. John Guillermin's last movie is a nothing to write home about small TV Western, that looks like made for making some quick bucks in the second half of the 80s, but that surprisingly has its share of bloody and borderline creepy moments. The actors were all OK, even Kris Kristofferson whom I never could digest. Scott Wilson, who I always thought had one of those secondary creepy faces that should always play the second baddy from the left that gets snaky in the end of the movie, goes over the top a couple of times but is enjoyable even with such an unworthy unbalanced character. The plot is a joke.

John Quade, Leon Rippy, David Huddleston,... You know them, right? ;)

(a despite it all) 5.5/10 (that can be seen once)