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Sharky’s Machine is quite well written by a guy who is very capable of crafting words into a tale that grabs your attention and makes you want to stay with the book to the very end. The prose is appealing, the pace is quick and exciting, and the grammar is correct.
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Sharky’s Machine contains all of the ingredients of a tough, violent, cynical big-city cop movie, but what makes it intriguing is the way the Burt Reynolds character plays against those conventions.
Sharky’s Machine (Blu-ray Review) April 5th, 2015 by Brandon Peters. Burt Reynolds was a busy man in the late 70s and early 80s. He was one of the biggest film stars in the world. And in 1981 he made three films. Most memorable of them and popular is likely The Cannonball Run. Another positive mark for Reynolds would be his adaptation of William Diehl’s novel, Sharky’s Machine, which he.
Review: Sharky's Machine Matt Zoller Seitz review of 1981 Burt Reynolds cop thriller, starring Reynolds, Rachel Ward, Henry Silva, Bernie Casey, Brian Keith and Charles Durnin. by: insomniacdad.
Sharky's Machine Blu-ray delivers great video and audio in this enjoyable Blu-ray release Tom Sharky is a narcotics cop in Atlanta who's demoted to vice after a botched bust.
Sharky's Machine (1981) Stream and Watch Online An Atlanta vice-squad detective (Burt Reynolds) loves a high-class call girl (Rachel Ward) linked to politics and a mob boss (Vittorio Gassman). see.