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Felony [Import]

Joe Don Baker , Jeffrey Combs , David A. Prior    R (Restricted)   DVD

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny, for a wonderfully odd combination of character actors Dec 3 2010
By Dee Mess - Published on Amazon.com
Although I'm sure it was not the intent of anyone involved in its making, this movie is a *laugh riot*.

My interest in "Felony" is the ensemble of actors they've put together--David Warner!!! Lance Henriksen!! Jeffrey Combs!! Joe Don Baker!! Charles Napier!! My God, what a cast!

The story is some vague, double-crossing FBI/drug running thing (not to--heh!--spoil it, for anyone), but I can't say I was really watching for the plot. The movie could have been about just about anything, and, with that cast, I would have bought it.

It was a joy to watch these actors--some of them, my very favorites--together.

The highlights for me: David Warner driving a pickup truck, and dropping an F-bomb; Jeffery Combs (in the Bruce Campbell role, apparently) escaping Joe Don Baker's rescue, and later, crashing through his front window when he could have very easily gone through the door he had just used; and, finally, David Warner telling Lance that Joe Don was "just waiting for us to do something stupid" and Lance replying, "It's FAR too late for that." My husband and I had to pause the movie--we were laughing too hard to hear any more dialogue.

It's really not a bad movie, by any means; it's just rather clumsily put together. The cast does what they can, and it is because of them that "Felony" is in any way watchable. A gem!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great cast keeps up "Felony"s interest Oct. 21 2001
By becky robison - Published on Amazon.com
Format:VHS Tape
Lance Henriksen (Hard Target, Millennium) and Leo Rossi (Relentless) are together again since "Hit List". They add their special talents to this movie and their faces to the cover, a big reason why I bought it. Mr. Henriksen repeats his classic role as the controling mad man behind the scenes. Mr. Rossi, playing a cop, doesn't get to display his usual cocky attitude much, a drawback he overcomes. Anther great in this movie of doublecross is David Warner (Wax Works, Time After Time). His British cool is perfect as the resourceful rougue CIA agent. Jeffery Combs (Re-animator) takes a step out of the sci-fi realm here portraying a film maker, but one keeps expecting him to revert any minute. Other greats are Joe Don Baker (Walking Tall) and Charles Napier (Hit List). Ashley Lawrence (Hellraiser) is the girl trying to do good. There's plenty of action and nothing is what it seems. Worth buying or renting to see these great actors together.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Felony: a B movie is so bad it's a hoot! July 15 1998
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:VHS Tape
The Felony is a great movie for action-film genre buffs who don't take the concept too seriously. Make no mistake - this is a B film with bad acting, directing, dialog, etc., but myself and another independent tester laughed until we cried watching this wonderful dog of a movie. The Felony has everything - explosions, car chases, buddy cops, bad girls, guns, corruption, and a reluctant hero. Of course, there is the ubiquitous "incriminating item" that all the main characters are willing to kill to get - this time, it's a video tape. This movie also has all your favorite not-quite-famous actors like Leo Rossi, Joe Don Baker, Charles Napier, and my personal favorite, Lance Henriksen. You'll get a kick out of picking them out, and glad that they found work. Jeffrey Combs is at his mugging best here. Buy this video! But make sure you watch it with some buddies and a 6 pack, and be prepared to guffaw. END
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than most Jan. 18 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:VHS Tape
Okay, its not a big budget film, but it is certainly on par with some of the Hollywood junk floating out there (Godzilla anyone?). All of my favorite B-movie actors are in it: Jeffrey Combs, Lance Henriksen, Leo Rossi, David Warner, Charles Napier and Joe Don (Mitchell!) Baker. The plot revolves around the search for a video tape that recorded the murders of police officers. But you'll have more fun watching Henriksen at his snarling best and Combs play the reluctant hero for a change. Give it a try!
5.0 out of 5 stars Felony is a terrific movie March 30 2014
By Sci Fi Lover - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Jeffrey Combs was great as a videophotographer who is one of the only remaining witnesses to the massacre of twelve police officers. David Warner and Lance Henrikson were great as former CIA agents turned drug dealers. Jeffrey Combs has great physicality being a former dancer. He jumps onto car hoods, jumps into a truck bed and is constantly climbing and running. Jeffrey Combs is very believeable when in pain because he shows his pain both physically and orally. David Warner was consistently great in this movie as a villain who had his men massacre 12 police officers. He spent most of the movie trying to retrieve the videotape of the massacre as well as trying to kill Jeffrey Combs' character.

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