After his gang The Slavers is ripped off in a drug deal, Johnny (Erik Estrada) tries to make things right but ends up shooting a drug dealer who is also a dirty cop. He leaves L.A. to hideout and stops to see old pal Hammer (William Smith), who is now running a tiny garage in a small California town. Johnny stays on to help as a mechanic and gets his hands full with a recently divorced mother. Before you can yell, "Come back, Shane!" they are hooking up and living together. Of course, trouble is still looking for Johnny in the form of the dirty cop's partner and his old biker gang. I've been trying to fill in my PM Entertainment gaps and it might be rough riding if they are all like this. THE LAST RIDERS never really finds its footing and spends way too much time on the relationship building and not enough on folks getting blow'd up. It is a good looking film though with some nice locations. And Estrada and Smith certainly aren't just collecting a paycheck, which is nice. The highlight is probably Mimi Lesseos beating up some bikers while in a bikini in the film's opening (is this how all drug deals go down?).
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