A trip across the United States takes a wrong turn when three California teenagers have their van stolen. Stranded in a backwoods town with the sheriff refusing to help, the trio decide to settle scores while getting justice.
A female Los Angeles cop relentlessly tries to bring down a powerful drug cartel kingpin, and losing police partner after partner in the process amid the frequent shootouts and her social life, or lack of.
At an oilfield in the Sahara Desert, a massive derrick blaze is tackled by a team of Romanian oil well firefighters aided by an American specialist but hired saboteurs with ulterior motives imperil the scene.
In 19th Century France, a young Bram Stoker is captured by a man-hating, all-female cult of thong bikini wearers. Aided by flesh-eating rats, the warrior women raid the lairs of evil men ... See full summary »
A group of models fly into the jungle of some South American country to look for a photo location. Their plane is shot down and they are captured by a drug baron's private army. At the same... See full summary »
Ernst Ritter von Theumer,
Nina van Pallandt,
Paul L. Smith,
While visiting an historic western town, two beautiful women stumble upon a device that transports them over a century back in time to the Old West. When the girls are mistaken for brothel ... See full summary »
Nicholas Franklin Bray
A man and a woman (Whitman & Gemser), both with checkered pasts, hitch a ride together. While on the trip both begin to converse about their most recent relationship. Through flashbacks the... See full summary »
José María Forqué
An American narcotics agent is murdered in Italy. The head of the department decides to hire Larry Stanziani, 'The Cobra'. Larry, a former agent and now a third-rate private detective, uses... See full summary »
Enzo G. Castellari
Cuba Crossing is a decent "B" movie, if you're just looking for some entertainment on a rainy Sunday afternoon. The film starts off remarkably well, but then trails off into a plot with-in a plot, with-in a plot. In other words, it just doesn't work on a film with a shoe-string budget. The whole film has a very cheap feel about it. You do get to see a little of vintage Key west before it was discovered by the Yuppies. However, all the leading actors look like they have been on a ten-day drinking binge. They look tired, worn out, and just plain listless. When the movie first came out in 1980 it managed to stir some controversy in the South Florida area, however, once the movie was seen, everyone realized the movie wasn't worth a protest, and after a week drifted away.
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