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Endangered Species

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  •  USA  •    •  97m  •    •  Directed by: Alan Rudolph.  •  Starring: Robert Urich, JoBeth Williams, Paul Dooley, Hoyt Axton, Peter Coyote, Marin Kanter, Gailard Sartain, Dan Hedaya, Harry Carey Jr., John Considine, Margery Bond, Joseph G. Medalis, Patrick Houser.  •  Music by: Gary Wright.
       A New York ex-cop and an attractive female sheriff fall in love while investigating a string of mysterious cattle mutilations in a small Colorado town.

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Image from: Endangered Species (1982)
Image from: Endangered Species (1982)
Image from: Endangered Species (1982)
Image from: Endangered Species (1982)
Image from: Endangered Species (1982)
Image from: Endangered Species (1982)
Image from: Endangered Species (1982)
About a retired New York cop on Vacation in America's West who is drawn into a female sheriff's investigation of a mysterious series of cattle killings. Good movie, but does need some more acting. But, the character "Ruben Castle" was not bad and interesting. Visuals are so graphic, but the suspense keeps you interested. It's almost impossible to find this movie nowadays. Good beginning and middle but ending could have been better. I remembered the film being mysterious, dark, and a little bit unsettling. I liked the movie just because of this event in my life. I especially liked the part of the effects of the toothbrush. They should make an Endangered Species sequel! Now, that would take some time to relax.

Rated R for Graphic Violence, Nudity, Sexual Situations and Profanity.


Review by Bleeding-Skull from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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