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Det. Kurt Bellmore
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Anabella Bellmore
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'Snake' Underwood
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Lt. Darnell Seagrove
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Kazz
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Det. Frank 'Doc' Kane
Michael Greene ...
Capt. Demayo
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Lucretia
Shannon Welles ...
Mrs. Kane
Sam Shamshak ...
Bob Parry
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Stewart
Frank H. Conn ...
Killjoy (as Frank Conn)
Fred Doumani Jr. ...
Mathers
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Richard Smalls
Seth Isler ...
James Blue
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A gang of bank robbers, led by the ultra-violent Snake Underwood, pull off a daring mid-day heist that leaves dozens of burning police cars and scores of innocent victims in its wake. Heading the investigation into the gang is the equally violent detective Kurt Bellmore, along with his partner Doc Kane. Though the pair manage to apprehend Underwood fairly quickly, they then find themselves up against an even greater adversary: the corrupt cops who are on Underwood's payroll, and a revolving-door legal system that just doesn't care. If the two want to clear the streets of Snake and his gang, going by the book just isn't going to be enough. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Rated R for constant violence, strong language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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23 January 1996 (USA)  »

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Some of the cars did not have front license plates, which are required in California. See more »

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Mrs. Kane: You like mushrooms.
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Pedro's Blues
Written by Greg Degler
Guitar by Pedro Wyant & Sax by Greg Degler
Deggy G. Ind. (BMI)
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Chuck Norris' days as the king of cheese ball action movies are numbered
20 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm sure that the creators of this movie were going for many things; Believability was not one of them. Our hero Kurt (Punch Rock Groin) opens the flick by chasing a bad guy thru a hotel. Along the way he jumps a 20ft staircase and chases the guy thru 5 or 6 plate glass windows coming up without a scratch. Even more believable is this guy's marriage to his wife whom he evidently knows nothing about, demonstrated by his surprise at her ability to use a gun. As villains chase them with guns and bomb empty barns, she stays true to the 2dimentional stereotype that she is and "Stands by her man".

The movie also somehow leaves out or ignores several details about police procedure. Mainly that a cop should identify himself as a police officer and warn suspects to comply before kicking there A**. Or, that after a police officer is suspended, commandeering a civilian vehicle is known as GRAND THEFT AUTO, which our hero commits twice in this film. I mean Heck! Joe Don Baker's "Mitchell" follows police procedure more than this guy does.

Overall it seems that the filmmakers must have bought a book on how to make the most cliché, over the top action movie possible and followed it line-by-line, complete with the poser outfits and bad dialogue. My favorite part of the movie was when the big boss bad guy Underwood refers to himself as "The Swashbuckler".

Chuck Norris watch out, your days as the king of Cheese ball action movies are numbered!


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