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Posted by Craig on 05:31:00 AM in Film
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Bit of trivia: This movie, originally called "Johnny Utah," floated around Hollywood for years and at one point was going to be David Lynch's follow-up to "Blue Velvet." Now that would have been weird.
Ted Craig |
September 20, 2013 at 07:17 AM
Pappas: Pappas. Angelo Pappas.
Johnny Utah: Punk. Quarterback Punk.
Not only is it damn entertaining, but it's got awesome acting, a very good story, and actually goes somewhere.
It does stretch credibility, though, to think that Utah would remain an FBI agent after being involved in a bank robbery resulting in a couple deaths including a cop, as well as being somewhat responsible for his partner's death.
September 20, 2013 at 12:56 PM
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