A group of stuntmen and women travel to the wilderness for a weekend party. Two of the women stumble upon the secret entrance to a drug-lord's narcotics operation and are abducted. ...
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A group of stuntmen and women travel to the wilderness for a weekend party. Two of the women stumble upon the secret entrance to a drug-lord's narcotics operation and are abducted. Out-gunned and out-numbered, the stunt team must rescue their friends before they are administered fatal overdoses of heroin. Written by
The kind of people who become successful stuntmen and stuntwomen share some very important character qualities. The work we do can be a lot of fun; it's never a game. Listen up: if you're just a split second off in your timing, you can get yourself killed or someone else killed.
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1st watched 10/10/2002 - 2 out of 10(Dir-Lance Lindsay): Very bad stuntmen take on the drug-lords movie. The only reason I didn't give this movie a `1' is because it's so bad at times that it's funny and a good candidate for `Mystery Science Theatre 3000.' The plot is ridiculous, a group of good-ole-boys & girls stunt people run into trouble when they're just trying to get away for the weekend and then decide to take on the whole gang by themselves and become a bunch of individual `Rambo's.' Yes, even the girls. There is a bunch of repetitive dialogue that after awhile gets you laughing. The funniest bit came when they used one of the one-liners(You got a light. expressed as a way to get the bad guys attention but used once right before ousting one of them, this time intended for comedy) but most of them are just taken too seriously like the rest of this movie. They constantly are making comments like, `they sure got us now' only to begin wiping the enemy out one by one. This happens at least 3 or 4 times. Martin Landau is wasted and given about one continuos repetitive line(Not again, don't let them go alive!!) expanded a couple different ways. I guess what's good about this movie is that it's a wonderful example of how not to go about making a movie. The moral of this story is that if you're a stuntman stay one and don't try to make movies.
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