Warm Texas Rain Film Details
Overview: A married ex-Marine gets seduced by the same mysterious woman because of whom he ended up in prison some years ago. Is she the true love of his life, or the biggest mistake he’s ever made?
Review: Come on, let’s face it, why would a good looking guy go for the likes of such an unattractive dame in a bar? He must be desperate. I won’t go into the plot, not worth it. Usual boring story about a guy sucked into a scheme by a supposedly beautiful dame, played in a boring way by Frankie Thorn. Typical film noir stuff. But this gal ain’t Jane Greer or Mary Astor. This is where I found the film ridiculous. Steven Bauer, whom I liked as the victim, and a Stuart Whitman type, for some reason fell prey to this woman of the night. Along the way there’s some shady characters who come in and out of the plot. When our leading lady, in the final scene, shows her real self alongside of her lesbian lover, you really don’t give a damn. The only satisfaction I had was to see our hero pull the wool over her eyes and get the money in the end. The director was Daniel Rogosin, who did what he could with what he had in a leading lady. Screenplay, written by Paul and Sharon Boorstin, would have done better with different casting. Funny, almost right after this nothing film, what appears on the screen? Robert Mitchim, Jane Greer and Kirk Douglas in “Out of the Past” an excellent “B” film noir piece. It made up for Warm Texas Rain. By the way, I love the title of this movie.
Duration: 94 min
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Also known as: Warm Texas Rain,Топъл тексаски дъжд,To ‘kafto’ rodo tou Texas,Desejo no Texas,Texasi eső,In den Fängen der Spinne