Hudson Hawk


Action / Adventure / Comedy

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Bruce Willis Photo
Bruce Willis as Hudson Hawk
Andie MacDowell Photo
Andie MacDowell as Anna Baragli
Richard E. Grant Photo
Richard E. Grant as Darwin Mayflower
James Coburn Photo
James Coburn as George Kaplan
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712.61 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 2 / 3
1.5 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 2 / 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by slightlymad225 / 10

You Will Either Love It Or Hate It

Hudson Hawk has the dubious distinction of being the final film produced by TriStar Pictures prior to their being bought out by the Sony Corporation and merged with Columbia Pictures.

Plot In A Paragraph: Hudson Hawk, the worlds greatest cat burglar, has just been released from prison in New York. He is immediately blackmailed in to stealing some of Da Vinci's finest work in order to aid a world domination plot.

Bruce Willis gives one of his worst performances as Eddie Hawkins/Hudson Hawk, likewise Danny Aiello is not up to his usual standard as Tommy Hawks best mate, Andie MacDowell is very blah as Anna, Hawks love interest. David Caruso and Frank Stallone are both fine in their supporting roles. However Sandra Bernhard and Richard E. Grant are simply awful. Cringeworthy bad. They ruin EVERY scene they are in.

The movie doesn't seem to know what it wants to be, a slapstick comedy or an action adventure, and sadly ends up being neither.

One thing I did like was a running joke in the movie that has Hudson and his partner Tommy (Aiello) singing songs concurrently but separately, to time and synchronize their exploits. Willis-Aiello duets of Bing Crosby's "Swinging on a Star" and Paul Anka's "Side by Side" are a bit of fun in an otherwise mixed bag.

Reviewed by kosmasp7 / 10

Different times

I remember hearing about this movie ... and considering the cast it has, I am quite surprised I never actually saw it. On the other hand it is a mess tonally speaking! This is all over the place - not just physically or time wise ... but really with what it shows. It is consistent in the way that it is as crazy as one can imagine. Ridiculous fun mixed with brutal violence.

Now you may think that cuts it (and you may appreciate this pun too),but there will be people that are not so forgiving. Actually the rating suggests that most could not dig the way this was mixed or the mood this was trying to sell. An oddity from 90s ... worth a look for sure.

Reviewed by classicsoncall5 / 10

"I feel like a dolphin who's never tasted melted snow."

For years I've heard about how bad this picture was. Well, I finally got around to watching it, and can confidently say that it's reputation is well earned. It could be because the film makers couldn't really decide what kind of movie they wanted to make, something between perhaps a clever heist film and an all out comic parody. Or maybe coming off the success of 'Moonlighting' and the first two 'Die Hard' films, Bruce Willis wanted to try his hand at something a bit out of the ordinary. In any case, either everyone got what they wanted here, or they failed miserably, but I guess you'll have to be the judge of that on your own. For me, there were too many gimmicks that didn't amount to anything, Like Hudson Hawk's (Willis) innate ability to rattle off how long popular songs were, or his being bundled up in a crate of styrofoam chips to be shipped off to Rome to pull off a cat burglar grand prize consisting of Da Vinci rarities from the Vatican Museum. If that weren't awful enough, enter Richard E. Grant and Sandra Bernhard as the Mayflower siblings, either working with or against the James Coburn character, George Kaplan. It was just too hard to tell with all the goofiness going on. With dismal dialog and disconcerting but not too hard on the ears duets offered by Hudson and his friend Tommy Five-Tone (Danny Aiello),this is one picture you'll either love or hate. Or maybe that's too strong. You might or might not like it.

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