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The best action-adventure b-movies are full of chessy clichés. And indeed Crash and Byrnes is certainly no exception; right down to the part where a flight of F-15s suddenly turns into a flight of F16s.
However, the chemistry between the two leads, Wolf Larson and Greg Ellis ( Crash and Byrnes respectively )make the movie somewhat fun to watch. The " Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid" brand of sarcasm used by the two makes for a laugh every now and again.
Of course, as would be expected with a movie of this kind, there will be no oscars awarded in any category. But if you can handle a lot of chesse, you might come away with at least a little smile on your face after watching it.
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