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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
The undercover FBI agents made references to a prospect - which is a slang term for a prospective member who is a viable candidate to become a member of an Outlaw Motorcycle Club. To become a member of an Outlaw Motorcycle Club is to be patched-in as a full member - the motorcycle club or sub-chapter initiates its parliamentary proceedings by voting or initiation. See more »
At the very beginning of the movie, Joe Huff is in his apartment and feeding his pet lizard. In one shot, Huff crouches down at the pet's bowl and just above him there is a big empty space in the ceiling. In the next shot the ceiling is intact. See more »
[showing his "colors" to Stone]
This may be a rag to the walking dead out there, but *this* is my flag, my cross, my church. And these colors don't run... If they hit the ground even in a fight, I will peel your skin off with a knife dipped in shit.
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JOHNNY WAS A USER
Performed by CRYER
Written by PAUL COLT, PETE SKYES, RICKY HART and STEVE ROSE
Published by CRYER BOYS MUSIC / THIRD STONE FROM THE MIDDLE MUSIC / WB MUSIC CORP. / ASCAP
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Brian Bosworth stars as John Stone a police officer who goes undercover to infiltrate a band of bikers who are planning on killing a senator and are becoming a problem with the FBI, National Guard and the Senator in question. Lots of carnage ensues. Only in the late 80's and early 90's could a movie this stupid get made. However I loved it! There are so many demented exchanges that I couldn't help but just enjoy what was on screen. My favorite moments of zen were "Times like this remind me of my father's last words, Don't son that gun is loaded!", "You have a clean up on aisle 6" and "He can't his head's all messed up!" suffice to say the last is in reference to a decapitated mobster. (Great stuff) The movie is gloriously dumb with action sequences which make no sense and only exist to give the maximum level of carnage. (Great stuff) Indeed the climax is so wonderfully goofy as to a courthouse that has been massacred(This has got to be the worst security ever) including one such demented moment when the head biker (Lance Henriksen) guns down the begging senator. This is the kind of movie that you watch when you feel that Road House is just too intellectually complicated and not nearly violent enough. Of course for this viewer the more violence the merrier and the stupider the better! Great stuff.
* * * out of 4-(Good)
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