My Old Addiction

Movie Reviews By Bil Antoniou

Miami Blues

B

(out of 5)


Strange and uncomfortable blend of comedy and action as bad guy  gets out of prison, flies to Miami and goes on a crime spree in the hopes of becoming the king of the bad guys down there. He can barely get off his arriving flight without causing mayhem, and his destructive path immediately gets a police officer () on his tail. Before long he has shacked up with a naïve prostitute () and stolen Ward’s I.D., running about town pretending to be the law while he shoots and robs anyone who is in his way. Baldwin is wonderfully charismatic in the role, handsome and scary at the same time, and his willingness to be as big a clown as he is a sex symbol is impressive, but George Armitage has no idea what to do with this mess and the overall effect is neither memorable nor even lightly enjoyable.


Tristes Tropiques

USA, 1990

Directed by

Screenplay by George Armitage, based on the novel by

Cinematography by

Produced by ,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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