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Bad Frank
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Tony Germinario
Tom Sizemore as Mickey Duro
Lynn Mancinelli as Crystal Duro
Paola Grande as Veronica
Nino Bless as Dash
Brandon Heitkamp as Travis Lugar
Mu-Shaka Benson as Lennox
Amanda Clayton as Gina Pierce
Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini as Charlie Pierce
Russ Russo as Niko Scarpezzi
Kevin Interdonato as Frank Pierce
Joe Sernio as Joe
Brian O'Halloran as Donny Shakes
Storyline: Frank Pierce leads a seemingly normal life, but when a disturbing past reemerges & something precious is taken from him, his mask of sanity loosens & unearths the urge to be violent once again.
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Oddly enough, even though this was a gripping movie and Frank was indeed very bad, I think there were still levels to which he could sink that we didn't witness. I would have liked to have seen these avenues explored as there was so much more to come from him. Still as it stands, the film is a good one and Kevin Interdanato is just excellent. And! actually I think this is the best performance I've seen from Tom Sizemore, and that is seriously saying something. In fact rather than account for individual performances I will simply say the whole cast is outstanding... as is the direction.

The story is a fairly simple one but done well. Most of the fat has been trimmed from body of this movie and what's left is a very tasty morsel indeed. The direction is very good and though the script is slightly odd in places, given the story and development it does well.

There are a couple of things I didn't like. Firstly, given Franks character, a clearly deranged psychotic individual on medication to deal with his mental state, his wife (a nurse no less) seemed oblivious not only to his temperament, but also his propensity to become unstable when distressed or provoked; all while she was blatantly aware he had run out of medication. I mean that's just insane. With such lapses in judgement, she could benefit from medication of some kind herself.

The scenes where Frank holds Crystal takes Stockholm syndrome to another level. Even with the alcohol to supposedly 'calm him down' (something which is contrary to medical opinion) this is out of character for our edge ridden hero. Her behaviour is equally bizarre given she's kidnapped and wakes up tied to a chair with her dress almost around her waist. Yes, she initially thinks its by one of her 'liaisons', but even after finding out it's by an associate of her father who she knows is a thug and a criminal she's not perturbed for long. The ease with which the seduction occurs, though well portrayed, is unlikely. I personally think Frank should have been a really bad boy and raped her in a fit of psychotic sexual abandon. He's Bad Frank for Christ sake, don't start pulling punches when we've seen him bite a guy in the face and act with levels of aggression not seen since Max Cady.

Additionally, I would have preferred a more comprehensive ending; not that the outcome isn't implied clearly, but still I felt a little short changed. I wanted more, and it seemed like things were just gathering steam when the end came all too quickly and a little abruptly. Again, I just think a little more 'Bad Frank' and a little less of (or in addition to) the in-between would have really put a sharp edge on this one.

But anyway, as usual I digress. All that said, this is a great film with great acting, screenplay, and a good amount of action. Well worth watching. I hate writing reviews with spoilers. I try to avoid them whenever I can for obvious reason, but with this one I just can't help it... some things just will not stay buttoned up.
Wow. (Spoilers)
Normally when watching movies on my computer I watch a movie while doing something else at the same time but for this movie I couldn't take my eyes away.

I loved it. From the first minutes where he put the hammer onto his hands, you felt that this guy is not right. There are some cheesy things in the movie and some of the dialogue is not the best. But in the end you have two (three? ) psychopaths against each other.

I really loved it. Gonna rate it at 8, would have been higher if some of the scripting would have been better. But from acting, story etc it is amazing.

Some are comparing it to Taken which is not right, I rather compare it to 'A History of Violence' which is a great movie on it's own albeit this one a bit darker.
3/10 rating and not well written
Bad Frank, this one starts off slow, however you soon understand the script, you can visualize what is next to happen, shame as the writers could of added more into it.

One area that they goofed up on was the racing scene in the bar, Bonecrusher is a Kiwi racehorse what won the 1986 AJC Derby, why they used an old race call is beyond me, however my ear's opened up, plus woke me up from a slight sleep at this point in time.

From this point on the action of the movie is predictable.

Rating this movie would be in the mid 3's, the story line from start to finish is easy to see where it is heading.
Definitively Not "Taken"
What prompted me to track this film down and have a peek was the paradox presented by the mainstream reviews.

They were skewed in every possible direction.

BAD FRANK was clearly one of those rare films you either loved or hated, but no middle ground.

If you loved it, you loved the performances, the quirky dialog, the oddball plot development and direction, and the whole "film noire" mood (even though it was shot in color). And also it was nominated for a whole bunch of awards I had never heard of, even won a couple.

However, if you hated it -- and a lot of mainstream reviewers did in fact hate it -- you saw it as a poor knockoff to Taken; you saw it as failing to deliver on its "action" promise; and you saw it as overlong, jumbled, and generally disappointing.

In other words, for a reviewer, this was a challenge. I had to find out for myself.

And I did.

Here is my take on BAD FRANK.

1. Critics who saw it as a cheap knockoff of Taken did not understand the film. In spite of the story and the casting, even in spite of the PR package put out by the distributors, this is much more a film that belongs in the class of "artistic horror" than an action story.

TAKEN, with Liam Neeson (the first one, not the horrible sequels), was a jewel of writing and direction. Action, reaction. Action, reaction. A straight arc from beginning to end. BAD FRANK benefits from, and yet also suffers from, Tony Germinario's intention -- as both writer and director -- to break as many scriptwriting conventions as he possibly can. And he does it just to show he can. (Like George Carlin's gag -- "why does a dog lick his privates? CAUSE HE CAN!")

2. When judged in its proper class -- as idiosyncratic horror, like LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT -- it is pretty interesting, and stays with you after the credits roll, which is saying something. Which is not to say it is perfect, or even close to perfect, or even that it could get a table close to perfect at a fancy restaurant. It is overlong, some of the dialog is terrible -- and Tony Germinario may possibly have seen one too many Tarantino movies, and it shows.

But the acting is astounding. Interdonato never breaks character even for a split second, and Sizemore matches him pound for pound in the race to see who is crazier and deserves to have PLANTERS stamped on his butt.

3. The ending (which I will NOT give away) shows, once again, Tony Germinario's obsession with breaking rules. Remember the happy ending in Taken? Well, this ain't Taken. Not even close! Once again, a wackjob ending like this one is the hallmark, the fingerprint, of a horror film, not an action film.

Summary: as a first film for a fledgling writer/director correctly niched in its class -- horror -- it is interesting and memorable. As pure entertainment competing for your attention with the other 10,000 movies available in theatres and on the net, it is perhaps less of a sure thing. But still memorable.

Recommended? Yes, m'am.
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