Come Die with Me: A Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer Mystery (1994)

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9 September 2001 | Isobel-3
If you miss Silk Stalkings, this is a must
As a long time Mike Hammer fan (books, films, TV shows) it is great to see a Mike Hammer who really can turn heads in the street. The concept of an aging Stacy Keach as incredibly sexy was about as credible as James T Kirk the love interest. Pamela Anderson is equally great as Velda and the Miami locations are spectacular.

The only faults I could find for this movie are the absolutely predictable plot (always a Mike Hammer short coming) and the enormous number of scantily clad babes and lame jokes about "jugs" etc.

Why did nobody ever turn this into a series?

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