7 Reasons Stallone’s Cobra is his True Cinematic Masterpiece

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  1. Lefteris says:

    It is a cinematic masterpiece, you just forgot to mention (some of) the right reasons: George Cosmatos added style to the film with his direction. The cinematography is way more stylish than the usual action film of the 80s: The eye-popping of color, the “music video” editing style in “angel of the city” part, the pepsi product placement- usually product placement looks cheap in film- but not in Cobra. These are only a few element that add a certain style to this cinematic masterpiece. Not to mention the pizza-scissors scene.

  1. December 16, 2018

    […] They were churning out 40 to 50 movies a year, when the big studios were only releasing 6 to 8. Among the whales they landed was Sylvester Stallone for an arm wrestling movie called Over The Top for 12 million at a point in his career his biggest payday was four million, completely inflating the pay scale on Hollywood. But they later atoned for that with the release of Cobra. […]

  2. June 6, 2019

    […] 7 Reasons Stallone’s Cobra is his True Cinematic Masterpiece […]

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