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Acclaimed director John Badham delivers a winning combination of action, suspense, comedy, and romance! Convinced that a dangerous escaped convict (Aidan Quinn) is headed for his ex-girlfriend's (Madeleine Stowe), a pair of Seattle detectives (Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez) stake out her apartment. The watch remains routine until one of the detectives begins a high-risk romance with the woman under surveillance -- jeopardizing not only the partners' careers ... but also their lives!
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Emilio Esteves and a nice change of pace by Aidan Quinn as a heavy.
While a familiar subject, the film is handled with panache, and the mix
of character comedy and action comes off well most of the way, although
it loses some balance by the end, with the acton taking a little too
much of the center stage, and the humor getting a bit lost.
Not amazing, or life-changing, but more fun and better made
than most 1980s mainstream Hollywood films.
Anyhow, even though the DVD's have no special features what so ever, they do however have pretty good picture and sound. Stakeout has always been one of my favorite movies for it's campy-ness and I'm glad Touchstone finally dedicated to release it.
5 Stars for the Movie
4 Stars for the Picture & Sound
1 Star for the Special Features
If you haven't seen this movie, pick it up.
Richard Dreyfuss is really funny. The scene where he starts doin' his stupid little dance to The Rhythm is gonna Getcha just had me crackin' up.
Aidan Quinn is surprisingly effective as an escaped convict and do I need any words to describe how good Madeline Stowe looks... I didn't think so.
You'll laugh a whole lot.
Most recent customer reviews
Classic 80s action/comedy. Holds up well and its entertainment value is still very high. Avoid the sequel though...Published on July 20 2014 by Jason Schultz
When a dangerous Psychopath (Aidan Quinn) has escape from Prison. Two Inept Seattle Cops (Oscar-Winner:Richard Dryfuss & Emilio Estevez) are sign to protect an attractive woman... Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2002 by Christian Pelchat