Sympathetic performances from Danny Glover and Matt Dillon somewhat compensate for the mildness of the material, but can't disguise the fact that the film has very little to say about a major societal problem.
The 1986 film \"Crossroads\" features a great Ry Cooder soundtrack and revolves around a young Bluesman guitarist who embarks on a journey seeking a lost Robert Johnson song. The film ends with a musical duel with Steve Vai portraying the devil's guitarist, and this is a classic scene that all players must see. For the price of this DVD, it is well worth owning a copy for your musical collection. I bought this copy because I had given so many away to friends knowing I'd simply end up buying another. Bottom line, great movie at an easy price!
Why is it so hard for Walmart to share, such privileged and esoteric information, such as the coloration of the film. I want black and white. I don't know if this is it or not. I would not recommend colorized to anyone. What is Walmart's problem?\n\nTerrible job of customer service.