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Black Sunday
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Black Sunday 1977

From Amazon: Palestinian terrorists attempt to wipe out a Super Bowl crowd in this 1976 thriller directed by John Frankenheimer (Seconds). Frankenheimer's unique facility with action--the unusual breadth of his view of violence, which stresses sustained drama over escalating thrills--makes this taut movie engrossing from start to finish. The lengthy cat-and-mouse stuff during the big game--much of which was shot at a real Super Bowl--is quite exciting. --Tom Keogh (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsJohn Frankenheimer
Written By:
No image existsErnest Lehman
No image existsRobert Shaw
No image existsBruce Dern
No image existsMarthe Keller
No image existsFritz Weaver
No image existsSteven Keats
No image existsMichael V. Gazzo
No image existsWilliam Daniels

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Black Sunday Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/11/2007)

I never could figure out why Osama bin Laden would attack the twin towers when he could make a much bigger statement by following this movie and attacking the Super Bowl.

John Frankenheimer, who gave us Seven Days in May and The Manchurian Candidate, knows how to put thrillers together. he did a great job here with Robert...

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