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  1. Ethan's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    This is a powerful, thought provoking film that is just as much relevant today as it was when it was released in 1968. Bogdanovich crafts a perfect blend of comedy and suspense that evokes the style of heroes such as Hawks and Ford and with enough edginess to be in the league of Penn and Peckinpah were changing the landscape of on screen violence. Boris Karloff gives his best performance,

  2. Dalibor's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Not only is it inspired by an actual case of someone named "Tower Sniper", but shows such a fascination with this topic, the shooting sequences come across as almost liberating. It was later of no surprise finding out Sam Fuller had something to do with it. Karloff's character seems to propose an inter-generational dissidence rooted in America's existing gun issue.

  3. petit astronaute's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

  4. pluviosity's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Byron Orlok's last line was brilliant.

  5. Django's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    A remarkably strong film considering all the constraints behind its creation. Bogdanovich shows a sure hand as both a writer and director (although not so much as an actor) in this his first real outing and Karloff gives one of his better late career performances.

  6. Graveyard Poet's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    By far Peter Bogdanovich's best (and most underrated) film--a taut and tense thriller inspired by the August 1, 1966 Charles Whitman shootings at the Texas Tower in Austin.

  7. Mirela Dudaş's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

  8. Mohammad Ebrahimian's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

  9. Andrew Miller's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Bogdanovich could use a bit of Corman mojo these days.

  10. James Mackin's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    A great film on the changing face of the horror industry.

  11. Moses Lumpkin's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

  12. QuincyArthur's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Karloff was cool but I was bored a lot

  13. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Un ícono del terror reflexiona sobre su retiro al afirmar que su estereotipo es caduco, generándose a su vez una nueva forma de terror. Bogdanovich no pudo pensar en mejor actor que protagonise al héroe de su película. Karloff parece sacado de una western. Envejecido aunque con una esencia inmutable. Se percibe en un cuento narrado o cuando enfrenta a la muerte. La tensión y el biopic de un veterano son lo mejor.

  14. nargs_au's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    It's dark yet also charming, never thought I film could do that.

  15. Shayan Bazri's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    It's something more than a masterpiece, first & one of the serious genius cinephilia minded work.Paracinematic.

  16. patchwork's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

  17. Christopher McQuain's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

  18. Fabio Nosotti's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

  19. Landen Celano's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    If I were forced to pick one film that embodies the change from classic Hollywood to modern Hollywood, it's this one. Almost 50 years later and it's still unsettlingly relevant.

  20. Bill Rosenfield's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Surprisingly effective, effecient and compelling. It's low budget works in its favor. Very enjoyable and shockingly prescient.

  21. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    ★★★★★ the real horror is always offscreen.

  22. Matt Keane's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Been wanting to see this for ages and it surpassed my expectations. I was not expecting it to be so tense and gripping, nor for it to be quite so prescient regarding gun control and how the media has created a society desensitized to violence. Karloff brings an old school style and class which reinforces the shooters emasculation and alienation. One of the greatest directorial debuts I have seen.

  23. Craig B's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    Terrifying, cold and brilliantly assured; and, thanks to Karloff as Orlok, full of wry charm, too. Utterly memorable filmmaking.

  24. heather mcdonald's rating of the film El héroe anda suelto

    absolutely superb study on the exploitation of fear.

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