Just watched Michael Mann's Thief, which I haven't seen since 1981. The film was ahead of its time, visually speaking. Also, the hand of producer Jerry Bruckheimer was evident, from the visual gloss and intricate details of high-tech criminal tools. In 1981, few films had this sort of look, along with the synth Tangerine Dream score (Risky Business used Tangerine Dream for its score). Pretty impressive for a first film. Caan was great, as was Willie Nelson (not just playing himself, he was convincing as a convict). All in all, a nice 80's flashback.
The commentary wasn't very interesting, and I could hardly understand a word Mann said due to his thick Chicago accent.
Haven't seen The Keep or Last of the Mohicans.