3 thoughts on “The Man Without a Face, Wilder Napalm, King of the Hill, Hard Target, And the Band Played On, 1993

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    November 21, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    Nick Stahl if anything showed great acting ability in that film The Man without a Face especially at that time as a child actor. I feel Siskel was kind of hard on the film especially because the story surrounding the picture was fine the way it was. Yeah, could it have been better? Sure it could have but if anything that film was probably one of Mel Gibson’s best work well dramatically anyway especially when he’s more or less an action hero in the movies.

    Wilder Napalm if anything was stupid as a film.

    King of the Hill definitely is a classic and I can see why Siskel & Ebert loved this film so much. The story more or less was original but also because you had damn good talent in there acting wise.

    They were definitely hard on Hard Target. If anything Van Damme was great in it and not to mention action movie wise the stunts were a thing of beauty and well for the most part Hard Target is/was a martial arts film. Yeah sure some parts of the story could have been better but it is like they expect all action movies to be a masterpiece.

  • Steven Ackerman
    December 21, 2020 at 11:22 pm

    And the Band Played on was great. Notice when Gene said it would start playing-Sept. 11th? What foreshadowing!!!!!

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