This was supposed to be a blockbuster: the 1984 meeting of then-box-office icons Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood. Instead, the result was surprisingly flat, though Reynolds and Eastwood have their moments. The plot is a mishmash about bootleggers, gangsters, and kidnapping in the 1930s, with Reynolds as a free-wheeling private eye and Eastwood as a jaded cop who doesn't like Reynolds's style. The two stars exaggerate their well-established screen personas, which, in Reynolds's case, was already exaggerated enough. Directed by Richard Benjamin, it's weak stuff, despite a cast that includes Rip Torn, Madeline Kahn, Tony Lo Bianco, and Jane Alexander. The big running gag is about the size of Eastwood's gun. --Marshall Fine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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City Heat is a fun spoof of the 20's gangster, private eye genre. Eastwood and Reynolds play off fairly well against each other in a bit different plot line. Read morePublished on April 25 2010 by Michael B. Neuman
Eastwood stars in the watchable comedy about a bounty hunter who is sent to bring in a woman who is on the run from her husband and his band of racists. Read morePublished on July 19 2000