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Peter Bogdanovich


Tim O'Kelly
Boris Karloff
Arthur Peterson
Monte Landis
Peter Bogdanovich
Nancy Hsueh





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An elderly horror film star who, while making a personal appearance at a drive in theater, confronts a psychotic Vietnam veteran who's turned into a mass murdering sniper.

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Why am I just hearing about this movie?! I recorded this movie off the movie channel just because I liked the description.When I started to watch it, I really expected Targets to suck but I was I wrong.Targets was a great movie.I noticed my favorite Boris Karloff roles are when he's not playing a monster or something similar

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06/06/2008 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Bullseye on this "Target"

The more I think about it, the more I liked "Targets".

How fun it was to see Boris Karloff playing a nice old man; how you might imagine him in real life. He brought a surprising amount of humor to his role as an aging horror actor well aware of the changing times and trying desperately to retire.

In a parallel story, a young family man prepares to go on an emotionless shooting spree, with only the hint of a cry for help as he tries to make some contact with his oblivious wife.

Their stories converge at a drive-in theater as "monsters" of two generations come face to face. This sequence is intense. And I found the atmosphere nostalgic rather than dated, even reading into it a comment about the rise and fall of the drive-in theater, which in turn perhaps represents the death of...

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