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if Hollywood insists on remaking old movies, why not do bad ones like THE ONION FIELD

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if Hollywood insists on remaking old movies, why not do bad ones like THE ONION FIELD

Old 10-08-07, 08:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Buttmunker
It is not?
It's true crime. Wambaugh has written both novels and true crime. Echoes in the Darkness is another one of his true crime books.
Old 10-08-07, 07:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Mabuse
I am anoyed by people who say, "I like movies, but I've never heard of The Onion Field." Maybe you don't know movies as well as you think you do. We're not talking about some impossible to see Rosselini film here, we're talking about a film that has been a fixture of syndicated television and HBO for twenty years.
I thought I knew movies until that damn "guess the screenshot" thread was created. Now, I'm not so sure.
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Personally I thought The Onion Field was a pretty good movie, with both James Woods and John Savage giving good performances.

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