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If Looks Could Kill

If Looks Could Kill
Starring:
Richard Grieco


Rated: PG-13  due to some violence
Reviewed by: Frank and Chris  
Release date: March 15, 1991

Richard Grieco plays a dream role for an adolescent boy. He is mistaken for a James Bond-type spy while on his way to Paris with his French class and is thrust into a wild adventure which any adolescent would love.

Grieco flies first-class while his classmates and teacher are in coach, he is greeted by European Secret Service agents and given a red sports car with the equipment like Q gives to Bond, He is pursued by a gorgeous young blond in a 300 ZX, save3s the day and gains respect from his French teacher,

This is not an award-winning film but it is filled with solid comedy based on the effects of his mistaken identity and the old maid school teacher who began the trip in charge. It does not take itself seriously at any time; it settles for a pleasant adolescent dream of cars, girls, victory over teachers and defeat of the enemies of the free world, It's fun.

  Frank Chris Jim Nina Sam Howard Jennifer Kathleen  Avg. 
If Looks Could Kill  B   B-                     B 

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