This fact is not in dispute. On the sexy hotness scale from Zero to 10 he is burning 13.75 and climbing.
Which puts me back in the cross hairs of being an American and gun culture. On a lazy summer afternoon I watched a movie called Mad Dog Time.
IMDB describes it as:
With his boss in the madhouse, a mobster is temporary boss of the criminal empire just as vicious rivals threaten the control of the empire.
Naw that ain't it. There is a whole lot of shoot 'em up bang bang in this movie. It is stylized. Some times shocking. Occasionally funny.
And there is Goldblum being that fine looking, up to no good and cut me a slice self. In this one scene alone you got Billy Idol, Kyle MacLachlan, Gregory Hines and Jeff Goldblum.
It is an acquired taste movie. It is stylized and mounted well but there is a whole lot of killing going on.
If you got the taste for it, it is a hoot.
Americans did not seem to have a taste for this movie.
Americans sometimes have a problem with sex, comedy and guns all in one place.
It only opened on 18 screens and seems to have disappeared from distribution shortly after release.
It might have been one of those tax dodge movies that was popular at the time.
I don't know.
I do know that I'll watch almost anything with Goldblum.
I kind feel icky that I remember and liked this movie.
Kinda like the undercurrent of seduction that goes on in the film and gun culture.