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Walter Hill
Director, Trespass (1992)
It's mindlessly violent, profane and insultingly racist. It's also relentless, repetitious and tiresome, and leaves us feeling that a once-great director has run out of ammunition... Hill and his collaborators may have convinced themselves that they're dealing in myth, in primal Y-chromosome stuff. But only a hairbreadth separates myth and formula, and Trespass is on the wrong side of the line. The only myth debunked here is the one that has grown up around Hill's talent.
(Hal Hinson, Washington Post)
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