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Radical Jack -- After quitting his job, a man decides to go after the one person responsible for ruining his life.


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  (in credits order)

Billy Ray Cyrus ... Jack

Dedee Pfeiffer ... Kate

Noah Blake ... Rolland

George 'Buck' Flower ... Lloyd
Brian Smiar ... Ollie
Cassie Branham ... Becky
Rusty De Wees ... Ricky

Benny Nieves ... Riotti
Mark 'Woody' Keppel ... Sheriff Neil
Paul Schnabel ... Dex

Lou Ferguson ... Willie

Orly Tepper ... Susan
Ken Roberts ... Mr. Smith

Michael D. Walsh ... Sheriff #2

Jayson Argento ... Riotti's Main Body Guard

Tim McKay ... Agent #1
Barbara Ita ... Agent #3
James Bradley ... Kid #1
Joshua Bradley ... Kid #2

John D. Alexander ... Militia Man #1
Deborah Allen ... Female Singer
Hank Cochran ... Musician #1
Clinton Gregory ... Musician #2
Don Von Tress ... Musician #3
Rick Redington ... Musician #4
Joshua J. Masters ... Rolland's Thug

Neil Ruddy ... Rolland's Thug #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Eric Bruno Borgman ... Sheriff Corwin
Timothy J. Cullen ... Bar Patron
Tom Donahue ... CIA Agent
Susan Glaze-Harper ... Doomed Woman
Gail O'Brien ... CIA Agent

Directed by
James Allen Bradley 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James Allen Bradley 

Produced by
Peter Beckwith .... producer
David Giancola .... producer
Pamela Hochschartner .... line producer
Cinematography by
Carl Bartels 
Film Editing by
David Blanchard 
Casting by
Gerald I. Wolff 
Costume Design by
Kristin Persson 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Karen Kane .... second assistant director
Neil Kinsella .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Bob Gregory .... sound designer
Thomas Varga .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Neil Ruddy .... special effects
Nick Schiavo .... special effects assistant
Chuck Borden .... stunts
Ben Hernandez Bray .... stunts (as Ben Bray)
Neil Ruddy .... stunt driver
Rudolf Weber .... stunt coordinator (as Rudy Weber)
Camera and Electrical Department
John Althoff .... grip
Woody Bell .... key grip
Robert Clark .... third electrician
Joe Glickman .... still photographer
Leyla Monique Guzman .... second assistant camera
Michael Hadley .... electrician
Max Jones .... gaffer
Anthony Norton .... best boy grip
Peter Ozarowski .... assistant camera
Editorial Department
Ben Kahn .... assistant editor
Location Management
Amy White .... location manager
Other crew
Gail Bradley .... script supervisor
Devan Linforth .... production assistant
Joshua J. Masters .... production assistant
B.J. Owens .... key production assistant
Bruce Perkins .... studio manager
Norman F. May .... production assistant (uncredited)

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Rated R for violence, sexuality and language
95 min


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Wow! I'm Impressed, 19 November 2009
Author: Clay Loomis from Arroyo Grande, California

I thought the "action movie" genre had its lowest level set at Van Dammit and Steven Seagull movies. I was mistaken. Wow, I'm impressed that Billy Ray Cyrus took the bold move of making an action movie almost totally devoid of action. That takes guts. Too bad it doesn't work any better than you think it would.

They throw a few gallons of flaming gasoline around, toss a car off a cliff, give a standard gun fight, and have some of the most horribly choreographed fight scenes ever put to film, but that about wraps it up for the action. There is a point where a guy takes a swing at Billy in a bar, and the punch is so far off target that it looks like the guy aimed it at the next county, but Billy goes flying anyway. They didn't cut the scene and shoot it again. They just left it in the movie. Too funny.

The rest is all a cliché-fest, right down to the corrupt sheriff and fired bullets throwing sparks when they hit anything besides flesh. (When will movie makers figure out that lead and copper are soft metals and don't ever throw sparks when they hit something? This little movie lie always pisses me off.) Other than that it's just Billy Ray Goodguy vs Bobby Jo Badguy, who proves how bad he is by hitting women and driving a black Hummer. And we know Billy is a good guy because he has a dream catcher hanging from his rear view mirror.

Add some grade Z actors working for free (and worth every penny), and there you have it; a straight to video movie made for those gals that think Billy Ray and his mullet are two of the cutest things ever.

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