This is basically 2 hours of emotionally forced nonsense.
"You're everywhere that's the trouble plotting and scheming like some fancy kinda spider"
Harry Belfonte gives a engaging performance as a African American mine inspector named Ralph who gets trapped when the walls caves in, a few days pass and he eventually escapes however it appears the world is nearing the end.
Ralph explores searching for people and soon he finds a woman named Susan (Inger Stevens) eventually she starts having romantic feelings for him but he avoids her because…
Humorous and electrifying is what you get when Al Pacino robs a bank and things don't go as planned. Plus the silent intensity of John Cazale.
Slight problems I had were the acting believability of Sonny (Pacino) being in love with Leon (Sarandon) or previously Angie (Peretz) it didn't seem very convincing that Sonny was ever in a relationship with either of them. Another problem with Leon who when explaining things to the cops felt like he was making everything up on the spot, also what was up with him having his hand resting on his chest the entire film.