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Stakeout 1987

From Amazon: Acclaimed director John Badham delivers a winning combination of action, suspense, comedy, and romance! Convinced that a dangerous escaped convict (Aidan Quinn) is headed for his ex-girlfriend's (Madeleine Stowe), a pair of Seattle detectives (Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez) stakeout her apartment. The watch remains routine until one of the detectives begins a high-risk romance with the woman under surveillance -- jeopardizing not only the partners' careers ... But also their lives! (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsJohn Badham
Written By:
No image existsJim Kouf
Richard DreyfussRichard Dreyfuss
Emilio EstevezEmilio Estevez
Madeleine StoweMadeleine Stowe
Aidan QuinnAidan Quinn
Forest WhitakerForest Whitaker
No image existsDan Lauria
No image existsEarl Billings

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Stakeout Movie Review by Filmkiller (2/23/2013)

When I rate movies that are... how shall we say... lacking ambition, which is to say that there's no higher meaning, message, or purpose, no high-minded theme or moral lesson to support with a careful series of supporting scenes, films that don't really qualify as art, nor do they even apply for the label, I tend to look...

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