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Sunday, August 31, 2008

The Soul of Nigger Charley (1973)





























Starring:
  • Fred Williamson
  • D'Urville Martin
  • Denise Nicholas


IMDb.com
This sequel to "Legend of N. Charley" is a step in the right direction for whoever decided to make a franchise out of character with such a tasteless name. Charley finds his legend has spread and he is now a well-known folk hero that children worship and fawn over. Film is tonally imbalanced in a 1970's way that seems to straddle grim nihilism and do-gooder adventure simultaneously. Film seems firmly set in "PG" territory until a downer montage showing lots of characters' bloody deaths pops up in the third act. Fred Williamson tries to express emotions such as laughter and sadness as opposed to just 'looking bad and looking cool' and the results are debatable at best.


Link to soundtrack review
Don Costa - The Soul of Nigger Charley (1973)

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks!Great blog!!Congrats!

RunawayTrane said...

Thanks Self, I'm having problem with megaupload link says I have to be premium member to download

Self-Science said...

Ok RunawayTrane. The file may be over a gig. I will have to re-up in multiple files.

Anonymous said...

I'd also like a multipart upload so i can complete my viewing of this trilogy. I like Legend and Boss alot.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing. However, the link is dead. Possible to ul again? Thanks.

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