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Aleksandra Bajić almost 4 years ago
It's OK, for the 90s. Bruce's character is very cool. Predicitible.
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Eugen Weigel 7 years ago
The Last Boy Scout is a 1991 action film starring Bruce Willis as a former Secret Service agent, now working as a private detective, and Damon Wayans as a retired professional football player. The two join forces to solve the murder of Wayans' character’s girlfriend (played by the then-little known Halle Berry). The movie was produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and Geffen Pictures and directed by Tony Scott. During a rainy football game between fictional teams from Los Angeles and Cleveland, star running back Billy Cole (Billy Blanks) receives a threatening phone call during half time from someone named Milo (Taylor Negron), warning him to win the game or lose his life. Cole ingests PCP and, in a drug-induced rage, brings a firearm onto the field. Cole shoots three opposing players to make it to the end zone. As the police move in, Cole kneels down and announces "Ain't life a bitch?" before shooting himself in the head. Joe Hallenbeck (Bruce Willis), a former U.S. Secret Service agent...
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