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A movie with many problems .... but still watchable..................
Others have pointed out how unpolished the script is for "Point Doom". Funniest of all is a black Pontiac that morphs into a black Chevy mid chase. Maybe they didn't want the Trans Am to suffer, along with the audience, through the stereotyped fireball crash? If we didn't get the stereotyped hangout strip joint, we wouldn't get Andrew Dice Clay running it, and since "Dice" is definitely the best part of the film, let's forgive that one. The actresses being easy on the eyes, is the only other plus. The conclusion that never seems to end is definitely a weak point, along with the cap pistol sounding guns that never run out of ammo. Only if you like Andrew Dice Clay, is this is worth seeing. - MERK
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