The president's daughter is held for ransom in Beverly Hills by a group of middle eastern terrorists. Retired special forces agent and karate master, Hack Stone, is sent on a risky operation to get her back.
The true to life story of one of Hollywood's top stuntmen, as well as some of the most spectacular stunts ever filmed. "Fall Guy" follows the life and times of legendary stunt man and director, John Stewart.
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Chuck Taylor is a charter pilot who unknowingly smuggles cocaine for the Cartel into the U.S. Unfortunately he is captured by the feds. Ironically, so is Tony King, boss of the Cartel. The ... See full summary »
The bar fight scene was filmed at a genuine Texas honky tonk, The Melody Ranch, in Waco Texas. Dubbed, "Central Texas largest dance floor", The Melody Ranch is still in operation and still looks much the same, both inside and out, as it does in the movie. See more »
Director John Stewart should be given a medal. Not only does he play off of every stereotype known to the action genre, but he redefines ridiculous car chases and explosions-for-the-sake-of-them. Action U.S.A.' is a must see for any action fan, and an even muster see for any fan of B-action movies that make you laugh. Where else can you see a house blow up because a car ran through it (without the car being damaged)? From beginning to end this movie will make you laugh, and laugh a lot. Stay far away if you're not a fan of cheesy acting and irrational plot structures, however, as this movie carries them in spades. For those of you whom this sounds even remotely interesting to, go out of your way to find it: I guarantee you will not regret it. Rating: 26/40
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