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 内容介绍
英文片名Street People
原始片名Gli esecutori
中文片名铁金刚大战白粉帮 (1976) 
类型动作, 犯罪, 剧情
地区意大利
文件大小 21.77 GB, 蓝光原盘 1080p
文件格式 BDMV/AVC
音轨 意大利语 DTS-HDMA 2.0
字幕 英文字幕
IMDB评分5.2


◎译  名 铁金刚大战白粉帮 / Street People / The Executors / The Sicilian Cross / 西西里十字架
◎片  名 Street People
◎年  代 1976
◎产  地 意大利
◎类  别 剧情 / 动作 / 犯罪
◎语  言 意大利语
◎上映日期 1976
◎片  长 Sweden: 105 分钟
◎导  演 Maurizio Lucidi / Guglielmo Garroni
◎编  剧 Maurizio Lucidi
◎主  演 Roger Moore
       Stacy Keach
       Ivo Garrani


◎简  介  

  Roger Moore and Stacey Keach star in this Italian-American co-production, and try to be the Martin and Lewis of 70's crime exploitation cinema. The rigor mortis of Roger Moore was never more noticeable as it is here, playing the straight man next to the Keach's easygoing rouge. It's a rather stale exploitation film, with the typical one liners, car chases, shoot outs, and gratuitously bad dubbing of the Italian actors. The film does have one great highlight when Keach takes a gangster's car for a test drive, and in hair-raising fashion, wrecks it through the streets of San Francisco. Unfortunately, it all doesn't work- the comedy isn't funny enough, neither Keach or Moore are particularly convincing (especially Moore, who is as dry as a desert), the violence and stuntwork is middling, the story isn't very engaging, and the ending is painfully banal. There may be just enough `so bad it's good' work that 70's exploitation fans may be entertained, but no one would call it great.