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A Quick Tip by peterww

  • Apr 25, 2012
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"The Stunt Man" is well worth paying for but you can see it for free. The movie, which features a terrific Oscar-nominated performance by Peter O'Toole, is available on Hulu.com through May 2014. The site shows commercials but otherwise there is no cost, and you don't have to register as a member unless you want to.
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review by . April 12, 2012
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The Stunt Man: Making movies can be deadly, thrilling fun
Warplanes strafe a beach as cameras record their assault. A crowd watches the explosions. Onlookers, awed by the pyrotechnic effects, cheer the moviemakers whose magic they're watching.      But then the smoke clears. Corpses litter the beach. Fragments of bodies are strewn about. Blood leaks into the sand. Spectators scream. Others cry. Some faint.      Then someone yells "Cut" and the dead rise, brushing off their cosmetic wounds and picking …
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Based upon a novel written by Paul Broder.

The movie was made in 1978 but it wasn't released until 1980.
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Director: Richard Rush
Genre: Comedy, Action, Drama, Romance, Adventure
Release Date: June 27, 1980
MPAA Rating: R
Screen Writer: Richard Rush
Runtime: 131 minutes
Studio: Simon Productions
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