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The national 'Gotcha' championship brings a variety of queer fellows together. A Vietnam veteran always looking for adventure, a female police officer with a trauma, because she once could not shoot in the right moment, a Japanese martial-arts master always looking for the opportunity to train his skills as well as some people who wish nothing more as to get the 50,000 dollars which await the winner. All in all it could be an exciting weekend, when suddenly the game becomes reality as someone is shooting live rounds. Written by
This movie isn't for everyone. Going in, I expected it to be a 'bad' movie, really that's why I bought it. It was $1 by the way, my local video store went out of business so I bought like 20 tapes. But, bad as it is, it was still fun for me to watch.
Two things that bothered was the police woman asking the Vietnam dude if he really killed women and children in Nam. Well...if they just met a few hours ago, they only announced he was 'a real killer' in the war at the meeting, and the guy is a loner, how the hell does she know this? Also, the ending is pretty stupid. But, I laughed because of how corny it was. The theme song is pretty sweet too.
Worth a rental if you're into obscure 80s movies with poor acting, weak plots, and clichéd characters. My only misfortune is that the video store I bought this from was the only good one around here and Blockbuster doesn't rent stuff like this.
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