Raw Deal (1986) 720p YIFY Movie

Raw Deal (1986)

A former FBI agent turned small-town sheriff agrees to help the FBI chief infiltrate the Chicago mafia when the FBI chief's son is killed by them.

IMDB: 5.56 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.28G
  • Resolution: 1280x544 / 24.000 FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 106
  • IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 2

The Synopsis for Raw Deal (1986) 720p

Mark Kaminski is kicked out of the FBI for his rough treatment of a suspect. He winds up as the sheriff of a small town in North Carolina. FBI Chief Harry Shannon, whose son has been killed by a mobster named Luigi Patrovita, enlists Kaminski in a personal vendetta with a promise of reinstatement into the FBI if Patrovita is taken down. To accomplish this, Kaminski must go undercover and join Patrovita's gang.

The Director and Players for Raw Deal (1986) 720p

[Director]John Irvin
[Role:]Sam Wanamaker
[Role:]Arnold Schwarzenegger
[Role:]Kathryn Harrold

The Reviews for Raw Deal (1986) 720p

Reviewed bysol1218Vote: 7/10/10

Arnold takes on the entire Chicago syndicate run by mob chief LuigiPetrovita, Sam Wanamaker, with predictable results.

Arnold, Mark Kaminski, is canned from the FBI because he was too roughwith the bad guys and told by his boss Baxter, Joe Regalbuto, to"resign or be prosecuted". Now working in a dead end job as a lawman insome hick town in North Carolina a friend of his from the FBI HarryShannon, Darren McGavin, gets in touch with Arnold for help in thedeath of his son who was killed in a mob attack on a FBI safe house.

Harry tells Anold that there's a mole in the FBI's higher ups that'stipping off the mob on what the FBI has as informers and witnesses andwhere there being kept from the mob to live long enough to testifyagainst it and is responsible for his son's death. Arnold goesundercover as a hood and joins the mob to find out who's working withthem from the FBI and bring him to justice in this action-packed ArnoldSchwarznegger vehicle; and just guess who the FBI mole is?

A must for Schwarznegger fans with Arnold, for the first time in hismovie career, speaking whole sentences and showing some sensitivity inscenes with his love interests in the movie his wife Amy, BalncheBaker, to whom Arnold utters the movie best line " You shouldn't drinkand bake at the same time". There's also Arnolds sexy mob girlfriendMonique, Kathryn Harrold, whom he avoids having any action with and hasno idea that Arnold is an undercover lawman as well as a loyal andhappily married man.

Great action sequences sprinkled all throughout the film with atremendous and unbelievable shoot-out at the end of the movie to theexplosive and thumping music score of "The Kaminski Stomp" which raisesthe adrenaline level of the theater audience to it's limits.

Reviewed byWizard-8Vote: /10

I was a teenager when "Raw Deal" first came out, and when it wasreleased on video I remember renting it... and fast-forwarding throughbig chunks of it. More then twenty years later, I found it on DVD at mylocal video store, and not remembering anything about it, I decided togive it another chance. Well, I did not fast-forward through it thistime... though I was sorely tempted to. It's no wonder that this moviehas been mostly forgotten despite the presence of Schwarzenegger. Itoften has a cheap and tacky look to it, for one thing. Nobody on screenseems to be having that much fun, despite occasional stabs at humor.But the most surprising thing about it is that there is considerablyless action than you might think. And the action, when it does come,isn't the least bit exciting. The most interesting thing about thismovie is how closely it resembles the generic straight-to-DVD actionmovies of recent years.

Reviewed bylemon_magicVote: /10

Don't be angry with me for only awarding "Raw Deal" 5 stars out of 10.It's a 'strong, almost a 6' 5, not a 'weak, barely above a 4' 5. Ifthat makes any sense.

I think that part of the problem is that I saw this after I saw"Terminator" and "Commando", and it was a bit of a let-down. (And Imight have been suffering from a bit of "Schwarzenegger-overexposure".)Arnold is a bit wasted here. It's as if someone mistakenly cast him ina role meant for someone like Chuck Norris. Let's face it, this is asmaller scale movie with a seemingly smaller budget; Dolph Lundgren orRutger Hauer or Micheal Biehn or even that guy from "Eddie And TheCruisers" could have filled in for the S-man in this movie and youwould hardly have noticed the difference, except for a few one-liners.Not to mention the director for "Raw Deal" seemed to be nowhere nearCameron's or Lester's class. Same thing goes for the cast (with allrespect to Darren McGavin and Robert Davi). Kathryn Harrold is not asubstitute for Linda Hamilton. She's OK, but she's a Ford Taurus toHamilton's Corvette Stingray.

There are pacing problems, too. The screenwriter felt the need toinclude several filler sequences that are meant to advance the plot andfill in back story and give the other cast members something to do. Butmost of these sequences are pretty lackluster: a fistfight in a women'sclothing store goes nowhere; a romantic confrontation between Davi andHarrold leaves no lasting impact (though it does let Harrold get off agood put-down line); and the 10 minute car chase scene where a crimeboss winds up hamburger is an exercise in by-the-numbers padding ifthere ever was one (good sound design, though).

But the last 20 minutes serves as a payoff to the first part of thefilm, and it is basically one long bullet-fest. Arnold basically shootseverything short of LAWs and RPGs at the bad guys, and they obliginglymiss with all their shots and fall over and die. None of this is stagedwith anything like the panache of the firefights in "Commando" or thedesperate high speed run-and-gun highway fights in "Terminator". It'sall very meat-and-potatoes stuff that wouldn't have be out of place ina typical Cannon/Golan-Globus production. But there's plenty of it, andthe S-man is appropriately grim and indestructible, and any fan will besatisfied once the final bad guy goes down in the final hail ofbullets.

After 3 viewings, I still don't understand why no one can hit the huge,slow-moving white guy when they shoot at him, but it's his movie, soI'll just attribute it to Arnold's penchant for bringing a BrowningAutomatic Rifle to a revolver fight, and let it pass.

And I don't discount this movie just because it was an Arnold vehicle -I felt that his follow-up "The Running Man" was a return to form(although still not as good as "Terminator" and "Commando").

Anyway, "Raw Deal" doesn't place in the top 5 (or even 10) Arnoldfilms, but any Schwarzenegger completist will want to have it, and willprobably find much to enjoy. And fans of "Crime Story" and gangsterfilms in general will also find this to their liking.

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