Movie review: ‘Hit & Run’
“Hit & Run” is a drive-in movie made at a time when drive-in theaters are all but extinct.
The movie aims for the aesthetics, such as they were, of cheapie 1970s car-chase comedies, but reaches for something intellectually higher. It’s “Smokey and the Bandit” as conceived by a Quentin Tarantino wannabe. The results are too lackadaisical to be mistaken for anything closer to genuine Tarantino.
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