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A man's best friend is killed on the streets of New York. The man (Robert Ginty) then transforms into a violent killer, turning New York into a great war zone and Christopher George is the only one to stop him.
Psychological drama about a young, inexperienced film reviewer who falls for the charms of a well-established female colleague. A challenging look at the essence of film critique as well as an erotic encounter between two unequals.
No, I'm not giving this movie a 10 because of it's high production values or Oscar caliber acting- I'm giving it a 10 simply because for roughly 70 minutes, I laughed while watching what was supposed to be a serious revenge movie. It truly is an awful mess- bad dubbing, worse dialogue, horrible over-acting, and an "up in the air" ending that begs for an even less successful sequel. (In regards to the title, the movie I saw was actually titled "Mad Foxes Stingray 2", however I don't think there was an actual prequel to this).
People in my town took this film to an almost cult-like status though- all because of one man: Stileto. On-site leader of the biker gangs ('dirt' biker gangs...Jesus), he rapes the hero's girlfriend, gets drunk and attempts karate kicks with no pants on, and kills a gardener with a pair of shears. Classic. It was his signature line (mentionned in my movie summary line) that drew the most impressions for some reason.
Yes- this movie was hokey. Karate gangs that didn't do the martial art justice. A 'dirt' bike gang leader who basically sits there and practically lets himself get castrated. A hero who seems more concerned with how his hair looks as opposed to how his girlfriend is doing. And of course, the big ending: Did they survive the blast from the grenade? I'll never find out - and I don't think I'd want to.
10 outta 10 simply for the fact that every once in awhile, we need to let our brains get even more dumbed down then they already are. This movie is one of those moments that allows you to do so. "Hey Stileto, give her a good screw!"
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