Tonight I watched The Limey, a nice revenge picture in the Get Carter mold. Wilson (Terence Stamp) is just out of prison in Britain for armed robbery, when he learns of the death of his daughter Jenny in Los Angeles. Convinced that her death was due to foul play, Wilson sets out to find the man responsible, and basically keeps going until he finds him--a record producer named Terry Valentine (Peter Fonda) with a sideline dealing in heroin. Director Steven Soderbergh chooses to tell the simple story in a very nonlinear way, with numerous flashbacks and flashforwards and very rapid cuts; I found that this neither added nor detracted from things. Stamp is terrific, although his Cockney accent is a tad over the top, and besides Fonda, there's a very nice supporting cast featuring Lesley Ann Warren, Luis Guzman, Barry Newman, Amelia Heinle, and a cameo from Bill Duke. Very good.
"May the hinges of friendship never rust, nor the wings of love lose a feather"--Scottish blessing