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MICHAEL WINNER DIRECTS MICHAEL CAINE IN 'BULLSEYE!'

Title: BULLSEYE Cast: Michael Caine, Roger Moore Year: 1990 Rating: **

By 1990 how the 1970's mighty-British had fallen, three-fold, as Michael Winner directs Michael Caine and Roger Moore in the buddy con-comedy BULLSEYE!, more confusing than unfunny, and extremely farfetched as Caine (collecting a paycheck) and Moore (constantly widening his eyes) just happen to be dead-ringers for two scientists that are also a team-up, and even more crooked...

Providing Caine a chance to reprise his popular DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS con-artist cadence but in more of the Steve Martin goofball role, and failing, getting no help from Sally Kirkland as the straight-man-lady partner gluing both together, along with Moore's real life daughter as a CIA Agent in what's more a collection of silly scenes than one collective spy spoof, which is hardly even attempted here in the first, second, or third place.

Roger Moore and Michael Caine in BULLSEYE
Deborah Moore in BULLSEYE
Michael Caine and Sally Kirkland in BULLSEYE
Lorraine Doyle in BULLSEYE
Roger Moore in BULLSEYE
Michael Caine in BULLSEYE
Roger Moore in BULLSEYE with Derren Nesbitt
Deborah Moore in BULLSEYE
Deborah Moore in BULLSEYE
Sally Kirkland in BULLSEYE

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