Vacationing lovers Travis and Bobbi encounter an unexpected nightmare on a lonely country road. Two strangers kidnap Bobbi, and brutally beat Travis. Six months later, though Bobbi's family... See full summary »
Vacationing lovers Travis and Bobbi encounter an unexpected nightmare on a lonely country road. Two strangers kidnap Bobbi, and brutally beat Travis. Six months later, though Bobbi's family is wealthy, there's no ransom demand, and the police, even Travis's boss, Detective Wyatt, have all but given up. Only Travis, encouraged by Bobbi's best friend Debbie, keeps searching for Bobbi. Travis teams up with Debbie's brother Reb, who assembles a team to rescue Bobbi. Other than Travis and Reb, the team consists of the Professor, a computer nerd who likes to blow things up, Loch, a gun-crazy nut case, and a stuntman named Suicide. Together, they track Bobbi to an isolated ranch where blond, blue-eyed women are forced to bear children who are sold to desperate couples by a man named Frank and his boss, an icy woman with a Southern accent. Now Travis and the team must plan a way to infiltrate the ranch and rescue Bobbi and the other women. Written by
Currently there is only one other review for Maximum Breakout here, and I will say that it's a very detailed, fair, and accurate one. Having said that, I enjoyed this film very much and for all the same reasons the other reviewer disliked it, it's pure action cheese. Not every action adventure film has to be a Le Samourai or Pulp Fiction, and this is certainly a far cry from American Ninja even. Rather it's simple fun, doesn't appear to take itself too seriously, and (for me) at least as entertaining as a low budget film like El Mariachi. If you don't ask too much logic, polish, or star power of every action film you see, and enjoy low budget grade B action films give it a shot.
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