After discovering that a group of car thieves may have something to do with his father's untimely death, Steve pursues the criminals and attempts to capture them as well as prove his prowess as a racecar driver.
Ron, a young man in his late teens or early 20s, but emotionally younger, has no visible, employable assets, yet rails at his status in life -- blaming everyone for the fact that his dreams are not coming true.
This film collects just what it was like to be in Australia in the early 80's. It's about hot cars, hot chicks and hot times. The story begins when two local street racers agree to race Fox... See full summary »
I remember the first time I came across this movie. My friend bought this as a video from the $1 bin when a local video store was closing down. I borrowed it off him and have enjoyed watching it ever since.
It shows some cheeky Aussie yobbo jingoism and wacky 80's Aussie comedy. The lead actor Jon Blake does well as the star of the movie and the rest of the cast play their parts well.
For Aussie car fans there are loads to see in this movie. From the GTHO, Charger, AC cobra and Jaguar race.
Probably the best thing of all is that it shows what Melbourne looked like nearly 20 years ago. If you are from Melbourne you'll understand that the place has changed. See if you can recognise the Palace in St Kilda.
Anyway, 10 might be way way to high for such a movie but I'd rather watch this instead of some crap film from Sydney.
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