Modern day "Musketeers" attempt to live the lives of protectors of the inocent. While the biking trio rescue kindnapped children, guard witnesses and chase mafia types, they also seek the ... See full summary »
In 1924, whilst imprisoned in Landsberg Castle, Adolf Hitler wrote Mein Kampf, his terrifying blueprint of things to come. A decade later, during the Nazi's reign of terror, a 9-year-old ... See full summary »
Tommy and Mike operate a pirate radiostation, which is very famous and the most heared radiostation in germany and the police and operators of the "Bayerischer Rundfunk" (Bavarian Broadcast Company) try to stop them from sending.
Modern day "Musketeers" attempt to live the lives of protectors of the inocent. While the biking trio rescue kindnapped children, guard witnesses and chase mafia types, they also seek the missing fourth musketeer, who wears the famous musketeers' ring. Written by
When you want something light - this fits the bill.
This made for TV movie may not be at the level of Shakespeare, but it doesn't have to be. It is meant to be light entertainment, in other words you don't have to think too hard. I watched it originally because John Paragon directed it. (He also has a small role as the air control supervisor). I re-watched it because it's just fun and a bit silly.
The only performers credited I recognized were John Rhys-Davies, David Hasselhoff, Corbin Bernsen and Cheech Marin. But it has several surprise performances in small parts. Keep an eye-out for Cassandra Peterson (Elvira), Edie McClurg, Lynne Marie Stewart (Pee Wee's Playhouse's Miss Yvonne), and Suzanne Kent (Pee Wee's Playhouse's Mrs. Rene).
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