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Scorchers (6-Sep-1991)

Director: David Beaird

Writer: David Beaird

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Faye Dunaway
Actor
14-Jan-1941   Network
Denholm Elliott
Actor
31-May-1922 6-Oct-1992 A Room with a View
Anthony Geary
Actor
29-May-1947   Luke Spencer on General Hospital
James Earl Jones
Actor
17-Jan-1931   Voice of Darth Vader and CNN
Emily Lloyd
Actor
29-Sep-1970   Wish You Were Here
Luke Perry
Actor
11-Oct-1966   Beverly Hills 90210
Jennifer Tilly
Actor
16-Sep-1958   Bound, Monsters, Inc.
Patrick Warburton
Actor
14-Nov-1964   Puddy on Seinfeld
James Wilder
Actor
5-Aug-1968   A Face to Die For

REVIEWS

Review by Chris Warren (posted on 8-Mar-2005)

Ok. So, I suppose it takes being able to see the whole picture to really like this movie. Maybe some of us like a lot of deep and intense detail. I've watched it more than 10 times. The more that you watch it, the more you have the opportunity to "get into it." It can be quite relaxing. While it is similar to a daily soap opera, so is daily life. This movie provides answers to questions that you never thought to ask. Kinka makes you want to grab you pappy's ole gator gun, and move out to the swamps. Having lived in south Florida, and visited East Louisiana, I felt right to home. While I live in the big city, and may not subscribe to that particular lifestyle, most of my friends and redneck relatives certainly do. At least now, we have an opportunity to see how the "other half" live.


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