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A biker's brother is killed while investigating the kidnapping of a young boy, the byproduct of a war between two crime families. The biker vows to get revenge by finding the kidnapped boy and destroying the two families. Written by
Rambo (the great Thomas Milian) a leather-jacketed motorcycling tough guy, returns to his old haunts.When he visits his old friend who is now a security guard, the friend tries to talk him into joining him to find another guy's kidnapped son, he doesn't want a part of it, but when his friend is killed, it's personal. He plots to save the kid and get a little revenge. This film is just really fun with some laugh out loud corny dialog sprinkled here and there as well as pretty good action and chases throughout. As always Thomas Milian is great here. Not a perfect film by any means, but it always remains fun, energetic and highly watchable. Even though nothing like what's on the cover of the DVD case EVER happens.
My Grade: B
DVD Extras: Sub-titled Commentary by Umberto Lenzi; Sub-titled Interview with Umberto; Photo Gallery; and Trailers for "Man from Deep River", "All the Colors of the Dark", "Duck the carbine high massacre", & "Woman in a Lizard's Skin" Easter Eggs: Go to the Trailers section, and highlight the word 'Trailers' for a Theatrical trailer for this film; at the bottom of the same page is 3 hidden Fangoria International symbols "Choking Hazard", "Hiruko the Goblin" (un-subtitled), and "Rojo Sangre"
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