Bullitt (1968)
Bullitt (1968) Genre(s): Action | Crime

Directed by: Peter Yates

Starring: Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn, Jacqueline Bisset, Don Gordon, Robert Duvall, Simon Oakland, Norman Fell, Georg Stanford Brown

Synopsis: Bullitt's witness has been murdered while in his care. Now there's justice to be paid.

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Newt's movie review

A good story with great cars, tremendous camera work, and one of the best chase scenes ever filmed. The cars sound just as good as they look. And this is likely the only cop movie you'll see where your tough guy hero appears in a cardigan drinking milk.

Added 30 December 2003 at 2:30 PM
Ripley's movie review

It's a bit slow, the acting is mostly bad, and the dialogue is often stilted. Really, the only reason to watch this movie is the famous chase scene. And it's just as good as everyone says. I loved the way the bad guy put his seatbelt on first and how they dropped the background music and just went with screeching tires and the sound of the engines. Watch that scene a few times and skip the rest.

Added 27 April 2004 at 2:53 PM

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