Alligator Eyes Review

Three young New York men decide to travel South for a few days away from the Big Apple.

by William Thomas |
Published on
Release Date:

01 Jan 1990

Running Time:

101 minutes



Original Title:

Alligator Eyes

This independent feature might have been spawned using an unknown cast and relatively little money but it is to director John Feldman's credit that he's turned out an interesting and engaging debut.

Roger Kable, Mary McLain and Allen McCullough star as three friends travelling from New York to North Carolina who along the way pick up a young blind woman, Pauline (Annabelle Larsen) who promptly becomes the main manipulator of their emotions.

The production quality isn't that great and it lacks a bit of style but the performances are sufficient to carry what emerges as a thrilling tale.

Witty and well written, deserves better production values.
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