Site created 12/15/97.
review added: 2/24/99
Next of Kin
1998 (1989) - Warner Bros.
review by Todd Doogan,
special to The Digital Bits
Sure, I'd much rather be sitting here reviewing Roadhouse
-- but who wouldn't? What we have here is Patrick Swayze kicking ass
as an Appalachian backwoods hick turned Chi-Town cop. When his
brother is offed by the mob, he pulls out his own family to show the
true meaning of family value.
Disc Ratings (Video/Audio/Extras):
Looks and sounds fine for what it is. Actually it's the better of
this last Warner cheap-o, full frame bunch. Extras are, not
Overall Rating: C
A good movie, an OK disc. Not much more can be said.
109 mins, R, full frame (1.33:1), single-sided, single-layered,
Snapper case, scene access (33 chapters), language: English (DD
2.0), subtitles: English, Close Captioned
What do you want from me, permission to buy it? Sure, go on out and
pick it up. It'll make a fine addition to your Swayze DVD