The stars of Starship Troopers are back in action! Mike (Casper Van Dien) decides to hit the road on his refurbished classic motorcycle along with best buddy Alex (Patrick Muldoon), but their trek takes a surprising turn when they become involved in a plan involving political blackmail, corruption, and dirty money. Carrying evidence that could get them killed at any minute, the boys are chased on the open road but turn their skills to their own advantage. William Forsythe (Raising Arizona) and Theresa Russell (Wild Things) also star in this gun-blazing, rip-roaring adventure from the director of Every Which Way But Loose youll never forget!
Writer:Mike Anthony Jones (screenplay), Robert Vozza (screenplay)
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Scott B (es) wrote: I can safely say this is one of the worst piles of shit I've ever sat through in my life. The film is about Elvis Presley- whoops I mean "Drexl Hemsley" and his twin brother going two seperate paths, one being a successful singer and the other being stuck in dead end job and going on to be an impersonator. And quite frankly neither of them are very appealing. If you're gonna grab an Elvis impersonator at least give us the real story. (It's worth noting Elvis actually did have a twin brother but he died at birth) Extremely wooden acting and dull as fuck songs, religious propaganda abounds and at one point the film just stops to go on a tangent about the Six Day War- it has to be seen to be believed. I can see this film having the same midnight success as The Room. As far as being a compelling drama goes, it's awful. AVOID!!
Bloodmarsh K (mx) wrote: Edward Furlong plays a 12 year old prison inmate who bunks with Jan The Actress, who is a quite possibly the scariest character ever put on screen. Also, Tom Arnold proves that he only needs to be in a movie for a total of 3 minutes, to completely ruin it.
Simon R (it) wrote: Worth watching for the "Stink Bomb" segment of the animated trilogy, but otherwise one for the hard core anime fan I think.
Jonathan P (mx) wrote: Some funny gags but for the most part I was just disturbed throughout the entire flick. Pretty bad acing throughout and the storyline was so over-the-top it was nowhere near believable. The characters were so outrageous that you didn't feel bad for any of them and didn't really care what happened to them. Even a young (albeit gay) Antonio Banderas didn't help this mess.
Andrew I (es) wrote: Rather a blokey film that is quite samey for the most part with lots of sword-brandishing, galloping horses and general warmongering. The plot is fairly straightforward, cinematography always very good and the ghosty bits bring some much-needed humour. Mifune plays a blinder and the ending is very gripping indeed. 8/10
Harry W (br) wrote: Really really strange and will appeal mostly to alternative audiences. The real spark in this teeny, biting dark comedy comes from the driven and extremely enthusiastic performance of Katharine Isabelle as a young woman on the cusp of physical pubescent development who is bitten by a werewolf and suffers from a supernatural curse, a symptom of which happens to be menstruation. The almost pitch black humour will resonate amongst an audience of misfit teens in black clothes that Ginger Snaps will likely appeal to most.