Hardcore – Movie Review: 1970s Thriller

Hardcore – Movie Review: 1970s Thriller
Nothing like some good 70s grit. In today’s movie review we take a look at Paul Schrader’s dark urban thriller Hardcore. Jake VanDorn is a religious clean cut business man. His world is turned upsidedown when his daughter disappears during a trip to California and it is revealed that she has been pulled into the darker corners of the sex industry. Jake must head to Califronia and search through the seedy underground to find his runaway daughter. Justin gives his movie review.

Starring: George C. Scott, Peter Boyle and Season Hubley

Directed By: Paul Schrader

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Comments

Ancestral Mage says:

I like how the main character dresses.

Phill O.Stein says:

This has been on my watch list for quite a while but I haven’t found it and am dubious about searching and asking too much for a “hardcore DVD”, if you get me. This reminds me slightly of a film called horseman, which is a rape/porn/murder revenge movie about a father searching for the pornographers he blames for his daughters death, a bit more action and punchy I expect but gritty and fairly real feeling still

Ancestral Mage says:

If this is a revenge thriller I definitely want to watch it.

Ancestral Mage says:

Very interesting.

Sharpen Up the Knives says:

Great Job Justin..”release the hounds “.

edwin cutting says:

this sounds like the plot to 8mm

Wim Van der Straeten says:

I’ve seen “Hardcore”. Apparently Paul Schrader wasn’t very happy with his work on this movie. He felt that his inexperience as a director was obvious. Personally I don’t agree. I think he did a fine job.

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