Try this flick … “The Killer Elite.” Here’s another of Sam Peckinpah’s movies that have violence as a major component, but also manages to convey a message. “The Killer Elite” is the story of a two-man team where one turns traitor and maims the other. However, the heart of the film is James Caan’s recovery and then revenge on Robert Duvall as part of “The Killer Elite.” It isn’t Peckinpah’s best effort, but it is better than some of his others. “The Killer Elite” makes the rounds of movie channels all the time, so you won’t have to work to find it.
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