L. A. in den 80ern: Vorstadtpunk Otto (Emilio Estevez) braucht Kohle. Zufallsbekanntschaft Bud (Harry Dean Stanton) bietet ihm einen Job als Repoman: Otto. L.A.: Der Punk Otto (Emilio Estevez) fängt wegen Geldproblemen als REPO MAN an, dieser gefährliche Job besteht daraus, nicht abgezahlte. REPO MAN (). Diese Science-Fiction-Comedy von Alex Cox (Buch und Regie) ist sehr originell. Der junge Punk Otto Maddock verliert.
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ROBIN Bei Der Arbeit 2018 film Bei Der Arbeit deutsch auf unserer Website. - InhaltsverzeichnisEr verdampft einfach, nachdem er in ein grelles Licht geschaut hat! Repo Man is a American science fiction black comedy film written and directed by Alex Cox in his directorial debut. It stars Harry Dean Stanton and Emilio Estevez, with Tracey Walter, Olivia Barash, Sy Richardson, Vonetta McGee, Fox Harris and Dick Rude among the supporting cast. Repo Man () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Repo Man () Trivia. Showing all 88 items The Repo Man's code is based on an amalgamation of wisdom given to Alex Cox when he was serving in real life as a. Repo Man () Repo Man. A young punk recruited by a car repossession agency finds himself in pursuit of a Chevrolet Malibu that is wanted for a $20, bounty - and has something otherworldly stashed in its trunk. Repo Man () () IMDb 1h 32min X-Ray R. Emilio Estevez and Harry Dean Stanton team up to prove that anything worth having is worth stealing back in this non-stop action-comedy. After frustrated punk rocker Otto Maddox (Estevez) quits his dead-end supermarket job, he's hired by Bud (Stanton) to work as an apprentice repo man.
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March 4, Rating: A Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Nov 20, I like the haphazard way Alex Cox throws together several genres into one bizarre movie.
I can't think of any other story about a aimless youth who, after becoming a repo man, becomes entangled in some kind of alien conspiracy. Alec B Super Reviewer.
Jul 11, A shiftless punk kid takes a job as a car repossesor and finds himself among the many ruthless parties searching for a Chevy Malibu with a mysterious cargo in the trunk.
This gritty punk satire has an appealing wackiness, boosted by sharp dialogue and great roguish performances by Emilio Estevez and Harry Dean Stanton.
Greg S Super Reviewer. Aug 25, The film, which is not really about Bud but more-so about the life and career of a kid that he brings into the trade of repossessing stolen cars, jumps from one whacky idea to another; eventually bordering on perplexing.
It remains complicated and intriguing throughout yet never really gains our trust until the end, where you either surrender to the fact that a lot of it is just inexplicably weird and the other half or so is perhaps stranger than fiction, or you throw in the towel and feel as if you've wasted time.
The kid is Otto Maddox Emilio Estevez , a young man caught in the punk rock scene of Los Angeles who is cheated on by his girlfriend, fired from his job at the local supermarket, and is then told that the money his pot-smoking parents had saved for him after he finished school has been donated by them to a Christian television cause.
Otto is walking the streets, broke and alone, one day when he meets Bud; who makes up a dirty lie while on the job so that Otto will assist him in his work.
Bud is impressed by the assistance that Otto gives him, and even brings him back to the head office to offer him a job as a repo man, and although Otto is at first disgusted by the concept of the job, he takes it out of desperation.
For a while, Otto embraces this new lifestyle; it's full of drugs, good music, good cars, and good people. What more could a working man want?
One day, Otto is driving along - of course, looking for vehicles to repossess - when he spots a pretty girl named Leila Olivia Barash , who tells him of a top secret government alien conspiracy that she thinks she may have uncovered.
How, we don't know. But what we do know is that the corpses of the extraterrestrials, if existent, rest in the back of a Chevy driven by a mad scientist with one eye.
Mexican repo men face off against the Americans in a race against time; who will get to the Chevy first? It's hard to tell whether the film takes place in the future or not.
If so, then it's merely the near future; although everything looks kind of futuristic in Los Angeles, so you never really can tell.
Nevertheless, "Repo Man" is an innovative blend of science fiction-thriller storytelling and conspiracy mystery.
I'll admit, I'm a sucker for conspiracies - especially the ones about aliens - and the film is able to cook up a sufficient web of intrigue.
It conveys its ideas mostly through images; usually very strange ones, such as a flying car with a green glow in the closing scene.
These images don't leave our heads; they are memorable. But they are also the heart and soul of the film; and it's not admired by so many people for nothing.
If you want a good LA thriller with a touch of sci-fi and various other genre stylistics, this is the film for you.
Alex Cox seems to be interested in bringing a whole lot of style and substance to independent filmmaking; proving that he's a lot smarter and creative than others working in his time.
This is probably the one film aside from "Sid and Nancy" that people remember from the man, but that said, these two films assure that he won't be forgotten like so many others before and after him.
It's pure cinema in the sense that it creates truly unforgettable images and scenarios; and it still holds up after all these years.
And like all good sci-fi movies, there's some good social satire buried underneath it too; some of it more obvious than other portions. You'll laugh just about as much as you'll ask yourself just what the hell you're watching.
Ryan M Super Reviewer. Jul 27, This is quite the strange film. Definitely a good kind of strange, it feels like a series of inter-connected skits rather than full on narrative, because I really had no idea what was happening and why it was happening other than just because.
Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Harry Dean Stanton Bud Emilio Estevez Otto Tracey Walter Miller Olivia Barash Leila Sy Richardson Lite Susan Barnes Agent Rogersz Fox Harris Frank Parnell Tom Finnegan Oly Del Zamora Lagarto Eddie Velez Napo Zander Schloss Kevin Jennifer Balgobin Debbi Dick Rude Duke Miguel Sandoval Archie as Michael Sandoval Vonetta McGee Edit Storyline Frustrated punk rocker Otto quits his supermarket job after slugging a co-worker, and is later dumped by his girlfriend at a party.
Taglines: A repo man is always intense Edit Did You Know? Trivia The aesthetic of the film is influenced by the underground comics of the 60s and 70s, particularly the work of Robert Crumb and Gilbert Shelton.
The Rodriguez brothers are modelled on Shelton's Fabulous Furry Freak brothers. Goofs License plate on the Malibu. Quotes Bud : Credit is a sacred trust, it's what our free society is founded on.
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