J.R. Collier, once the world's greatest race driver, is losing his family because he can't get racing out of his blood. His scheme to "go legit" by acquiring and reselling exotic cars -- ... See full summary »
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J.R. Collier, once the world's greatest race driver, is losing his family because he can't get racing out of his blood. His scheme to "go legit" by acquiring and reselling exotic cars -- cars he acquires by suckering the owners into racing for the pink slip -- runs afoul of the bad guys when he wins one car that has something in it that they will kill for. Written by
Michael R. Barnard (edited by Hastor2)
The license plate number on the Shelby in the beginning of the movie is CNH320. This is the same license plate number as the General Lee from _"The Dukes of Hazzard" (1979)_. See more »
[after being called "Tex" several times, by JR Collier and by Shorty]
"Cincy". I'm from Cincinnati. I just like hats
I'm allergic to cats
Not "cats", "hats"... with an "h"
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Whilst I am a fan of John as an actor I must say I was disappointed in his effort in making this home movie quality movie. There were plenty of laughs throughout but it wasn't for the right reasons. If in fact it had a budget of $2.5 million then I say that someone needs to be held thoroughly accountable as I've seen better for way less. The acting on all fronts was poor and regardless of what John's loyal supporters say I believe he should throw all copies of this project in the bin and pretend it never happened because this has really set him back with me. John should have built a reasonable relationship with people from his previous acting career and perhaps brought them on board to help instead of going it alone and coming up with this disastrous flop. Perhaps it was just an ego trip to get a movie made with total independence... I've seen efforts from another previous Hazzard cast member just recently and am appalled. In my book John should leave the movie making process to the experienced movie makers and instead focus on acting.
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