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New Crime City (1994)

Ricks is a criminal who is revived after execution to go into a futuristic prison to get a virus that the big prison gang has created. The prison is a squared off area of LA that the ... See full summary »

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Anthony Ricks
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Darla
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Wynorski
Rick Dean ...
Ironhead
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Wizard
Ric Stoneback ...
Brother Oswald
Jonathan Winfrey ...
Cop
Ramsay Ross ...
Juice
Elvira De La Puente ...
Mother
Cécica Bernasconi ...
Sister Maria
Augusto Chocano ...
Diablo
Maritza Picasso ...
Chicana
Claudia Sacha ...
Jessica
Lolita Ronalds ...
Scarface
David Killerby ...
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Ricks is a criminal who is revived after execution to go into a futuristic prison to get a virus that the big prison gang has created. The prison is a squared off area of LA that the prisoners are put into and allowed to do as they please. Ricks soon meets up with Darla and they search the prison city for the psychotic Ironhead and his virus that he plans to unleash on the city of LA. Written by Anonymous

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28 September 1994 (USA)  »

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A bűnök városa  »

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Sombras en la noche
Written and Performed by Los Perros
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A High-Quality Rip-Off of All Your Favorites
15 June 2000 | by (Union, NJ) – See all my reviews

Compared to the decently-budgeted films this movie rips off (Escape from LA/New York, Mad Max, The Running Man etc.) this one is sub-par. But as far as dumb movies good for a night of rootin'-tootin' yuks go, it's top-of-the-line. Rick Rossovich poorly but acceptably portrays a convicted felon sent to Crime City to sabotage a villain's (Rick Dean) devious plan to kill everyone with a deadly virus. Oh yeah, it's also reminiscent of The Rock. Along the way he meets Sherry Rose and has sex with her in a brief but high-quality nude scene on her behalf. There are plenty of laughs (both intentional and unintentional) and interesting plot twists, a cool if pointless shot of an exploding statue of Mary, and more Mexican extras than you can shake a stick at! Hell you couldn't swing a dead cat by the tail in this film without hitting a Mexican extra. Summary: If you like bad movies, or good B-Movies, check this one out. And if you like it, you'll like Angel of Destruction even more. 2 Thumbs Up.


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