A Mexican prisoner escapes through the jungles of Chiapas crossing paths with a secret agent Lobo (David Carradine). Lobo has a crisis in his hands, and only Julio, the ex-con, can help based on his past spy experience. Lobo gives Julio money, cars and everything else he needs to travel the world and rescue the very beautiful Ambassador's daughter who has been taken by the ETA terrorist group. Lobo changes Julio's life and even his name to FUEGO (Damian Chapa), which means "fire". And that is exactly what Fuego does. He sets the world on fire as he takes out anyone in the way of getting what he needs to erase his criminal past. Written by
Damian Chapa and Jimmy Gonzales
But only if you live in Belgium. Bought this movie on Blu Ray not knowing what to expect. What I got was a movie so bad I enjoyed myself greatly with it. For me and a friend I watched it with it all revolved around the locations, supposedly taking place in Spain, Ibiza and eventually Belgium while from the start for us it was obvious the movie was entirely shot in and around Antwerp. The movie recognises this when Fuego says, but we are in Belgium now and the bad guy replies: Its all the same poop.
And that it is. Poop from start to finish. Yet if you live in this little socialist paradise we call Belgium the movie does take on another dimension. One which people not from here simply cant grasp. 10 stars if you are from Belgium for comedy value alone. Half a star if you are from anywhere else.
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