An outlaw biker (Paxton), having recently robbed a train depot, arrives in the post-apocalyptic boom town of Martini Ranch. He parties with his crew (Reinhold, Cort, Pasdar, Reiser, Hendricksen, etc.) and enjoys the charms of a local girl (Louise Paxton). Meanwhile, close on his trail is a posse of female bounty Hunters (led by Bigelow). They capture Paxton, hog-tie him and brand him, while hanging one of his cohorts (Todd). Paxton escapes, rounds up his crew and confronts the cowgirls in the street. After being deserted by his crew, Paxton shoots it out with the women alone, but is hopelessly outnumbered. Written by
'Guess this ain't your lucky day!
16 January 1988 (USA)
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Martini Ranch, a musical collaboration by Bill Paxton and Todd Andrew, won their record deal with Sire Records, after producing a film for their song "How Can the Laboring Man Find Time for Self Culture," a local hit on Los Angeles station, KROC-FM. See more