New ‘Desperado’ Movie Review
Khalid (Patrick Swayze) is an alcoholic who finds himself entangled in the world of crime. On his own, he will stop at nothing to stay alive. He only believes that with enough hustle and bustle he will be able to get away with anything. But when he gets entangled in a seemingly easy job, Khalid finds himself falling into the mire of a criminal life.
Stephen Chbosky’s brilliant scriptwriter has crafted an amazing tale of deception and betrayal. The character of Khalid is not one to be taken lightly; he is ruthless and unrelenting as the world is falling around him.
This is not your typical Hollywood blockbuster or mainstream film. This is the type of movie that you are likely to never forget. But this time the name is Khalid, not Jason.
What would the movie’s reason of existence be? Is it going to dazzle us with its story and cinematography? Is it going to be a science fiction or fantasy type of film?
What do I mean by the flick being packed with seduction and mystery? Well, this film not only pulls the crowd in; but also has an unexpected twist to it that the theater attendees were not expecting.
If you are movie buffs, then you are sure to feel some sense of thrill at the end of this entertaining flick. But if you are in the crowd just looking for a thrilling ride, then this flick won’t do it for you. But if you are an experienced movie buff, you will definitely have your jaw on the floor by the end of this flick.
Also starring Paul Shrimpton, Linda Cardellini, Gregory Allman, Elizabeth Sanders, Ann B. Davis, Jake Pavelka, Peter Fonda, Michael Murphy, James Hong, Marc Anastasio, Russell Mulcahy, and Tim Russ, the film is probably one of the most original films to hit the silver screen in a while. It delivers what you expect from a good Hollywood blockbuster but in a non-traditional form.
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