Freaky Deaky (2012)

R   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Thriller

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Set in 1974, a pair of '60s radicals rely on their bomb-making skills on their way to becoming capitalists.




  • Christian Slater and Breanne Racano Ferrara in Freaky Deaky (2012)
  • Christian Slater and Breanne Racano Ferrara in Freaky Deaky (2012)
  • Breanne Racano Ferrara in Freaky Deaky (2012)
  • Freaky Deaky (2012)
  • Breanne Racano Ferrara in Freaky Deaky (2012)
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16 September 2012 | kellystacey1980
| Slick and Stylish! A real treat!
Slick, stylish and scatter shot, Charles Matthau's adaptation of Elmore Leonard's Freaky Deaky is enjoyable viewing. Though the book that the film was based on was resolutely set in the 1980s, Matthau's adaptation has been shifted into the 1970s, which offers up a whole lot more visual fun in terms of costumes, cars, locations and a nicely garish kitsch look. It features a very strong cast and the story essentially deals with three main sets of characters as they interact, all in the pursuit of easy money. They are cynical ex-bomb squad cop Chris Mankowski (Burke) and beautiful party girl Greta (Sabina Gadecki); super-eccentric long-haired millionaire Woody (Glover) and his loyal-sh driver/confidant Donelle (White), and finally ex-con/femme fatal Robin (Breanne Racano) and her bomb-making boyfriend Skip Gibbs (Slater). A suitably funky 1970s–style score and slices of smart dialog help push this film into the top echelon of its genre, and I highly recommend it!

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