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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Solid entertainment. Aug. 16 2012
By Duane G. Jacobs - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I remember watching this movie at the theater when I was in high school during the 70's. Growing up in the deep south, I could identify with Jim Price character played by Jim Brown. The overall theme throughout the movie was just a guy trying to do his job in a hostile environment with little or no help. The background music was a bit too "folksy" for me, but the acting is top-notch by Jim Brown, George Kennedy, and Fredrick March. Listening to March trying to do a southern accent was hilarious. I recorded this movie off my local television station back in the 90's. I was glad to find it was on DVD. The DVD transfer was a good as it could be for a 40+ year old movie. I thought this movie was not as good as "In The Heat Of The Night" with Rod Steiger and Sidney Poitier, but very well done in any case.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Finally!! July 2 2014
By dejer - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This was one of my Dad's favorite movies and until now, it could only be found on VHS. Unfortunately, my Dad passed away before I could get this for him on DVD. All the same, watching this movie brings back memories and I enjoyed it more than I can explain. I was expecting sub-par quality because I wasn't sure how well this older movie could transfer to DVD. But, the quality is simply wonderful! I wasn't able to purchase this in time for my Dad to enjoy, but I do plan on getting another copy for my sister in "tribute" to my Dad, now that I know that this is the real deal.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A Great Classic! Jan. 17 2014
By M.Hobin - Published on
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This is one of my favorite movies! The casting was superb and the acting great! This story is one of societal tension in a small Southern town as the changing times of the early 1960's bring about a radical turn of events. The main players are hot headed traditionalist wanting to make trouble against the cool tempered new leadership in town. As the plot develops it becomes clear that if people do not come together for the good of the town, things will become very bad for all! Bitterness on both sides continues to divide the town, watch the movie to see if the bitterness also conquers them all!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A reminder of the civil rights era April 17 2013
By Eric B - Published on
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A reminder of the civil rights era, Jim Brown is Jim Brown and the movie follows the hollywood tone of the time. Entertaining
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Well-done Movie Dec 24 2014
By calledkevinalot - Published on
Format: DVD
Though not a well-known picture, "...tick...tick...tick..." is, in my opinion, one of the two most even-handed treatments of the subject of racism that I have seen thus far (the other is "In The Heat of the Night").
The main characters are well-rounded -- a lot of other more widely-known pictures on the same subject tend to lack this quality. White people as well as black people are treated as ... well, people -- persons who have within them the propensity to be good, decent human beings when, as one minor character says, "we begin to understand each other."
The picture also demonstrates (correctly) that racism knows no color. The black man that Jim Brown's character arrests for rape is filled with just as much hate as the klansman sitting in the cell across the way from him, a reminder that mankind also has the propensity to be monsters, regardless of race.
As the title suggests, the tension can be felt at the get-go and steadily builds all the way to the climax. It has a very satisfying ending, although it gives a reminder at the end that there are many battles in the war over bigotry (the sheriff's wife is only slightly relieved when she hears her husband is okay and is coming home "this time.")

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