Assault in Paradise Movie Download

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Action / Crime / Thriller
1 hr 30 min

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Plot Summary:
A Native American travels around a resort town, murdering cops and rich people with a high-powered crossbow, while demanding that the town’s richest residents pay him money to stop the killings.
Richard Compton
Top Cast
Oliver Reed as Nick McCormick

James Mitchum as Tracker

Dennis Redfield as Jackson

Stuart Whitman as William Whitaker

Assault in Paradise 1977 720p torrent details

620.16 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
Seeds 2.

Assault in Paradise 1977 1080p torrent details

1.32 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
Seeds 1.

Assault in Paradise review

Reviewed by Hey_Sweden

6 / 10

An okay action programmer.
An American Indian named Victor (Paul Koslo, “The Stone Killer”) is running around an Arizona town picking off people with his trusty crossbow. What he wants is for all the local fat cats to pay him a million to make him stop the killings. The richest jerk in the area, William Whitaker (Stuart Whitman, “The Comancheros”), hires a mercenary, Nick McCormick (Oliver Reed, “The Devils”) to work on behalf of him and his peers. Since these particular fat cats are by and large a corrupt bunch, they would rather not use the regular legal channels. John Ireland (“I Saw What You Did”) is the rather useless sheriff, Jim Mitchum (“Trackdown”) a local hired for his tracking skills, and Deborah Raffin (“Death Wish 3”) the reporter who takes a shine to gruff stranger-in-town Reed.

Directed by the late cult filmmaker Richard Compton (“Macon County Line”), “The Ransom” (also known as “Maniac!” and “Assault on Paradise”) is decent entertainment, as far as it goes. There’s nothing particularly interesting or different about it, it just tells a passable, routine story in capable fashion. It does have some good set pieces, whether they be vehicular chases or a stalking / suspense sequence set at Whitakers’ estate. It is rather amusing, and ridiculous, how Victor is almost always way ahead of everybody else. He seems to have little trouble infiltrating defences and acquiring excellent vantage points. Nicely photographed (by Charles Correll) in scope, and scored (by Don Ellis), it moves along pretty well, but never gives us much info about, or insight into, the characters. Most of them are ciphers. And very little is done with many of the plot details.

Still, it’s a treat to see Reed do just about anything, and here he gets to be moderately badass and try out an American accent. Raffins’ reporter is a largely useless character, but Whitman is fun as the cranky moneybags who becomes increasingly frustrated over Victors’ success and McCormicks’ insistence on doing things his way.

Overall, a reasonable way to kill an hour and a half, with a fairly high body count but not much in the way of gore.

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