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Joe Huff is a tough, go-it-alone cop with a flair for infiltrating dangerous biker gangs. The FBI blackmail Joe into an undercover operation to convict some extremely violent bikers, who are angry at the capture of their leader. Written by
In Q&A with audience after a special 35mm screening of the film in Austin's Alamo Drafthouse in 2014, Brian Bosworth talked about how original director of the movie was Bruce Malmuth but he was fired due to some "personal issues that he couldn't control which poured out on set", and his firing caused all the original backstory for Bosworth's character to be removed and changed after Craig R. Baxley was hired to direct. About 4 weeks of filming was therefore spend on scenes with Bosworth's character and his family (wife, child and sister) which in the end were completely axed out, and 4 million dollars were spend for production charges. See more »
Ice's headband during the motorcycle chase with Joe. See more »
You gonna use that stick, or you wanna dance with me?
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Performed by Wire Train
Lyrics by KEVIN HUNTER
Music by Wire Train
Published by RAMBLING BLAH / THIRD STONE from SUN MUSIC / WARNER-TAMERLANE PUBLISHING CORP. / BMI
Courtesy of MCA RECORDS See more »
This is one of those movies that on the face of it is bad, but it's the sort of badness you can get into and make fun of. The Boz lays waste to evil bikers left and right in an unstoppable windmill of carnage as he saves the planet and makes it a better place for fluffy bunnies everywhere. Okay, it's not *that* extreme but the body count is high and lots of stuff done get blowed up.
Many people have been commenting about how dated this movie is. I didn't think it was that far gone until I watched it again recently. When I saw it in the theatre originally I *really* liked the romantic lead, Arabella Holzbog. I thought she would go on to other movies and looked forward to seeing what else she might show up in. Sadly it seems her career largely sputtered, and watching the movie again now ten+ years later she doesn't seem as good looking, and yes 1991 was another time and another place.
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