Somehow, somewhere, someone thought this was a good idea. Maybe to put a hot figure like Hogan in a movie was a good idea, but this was pure dreck. It's worth watching to see Hogan speak French, though. That scene was worth a very unintentional laugh. But the rest is so contrived it makes Full House seem like Upstairs/Downstairs. The dialogue is so bad, so outside of the realm of what people actually say to each other, it appears to have been written by a group of bored 11-year olds who had yet to make contact with anyone over the age of 21, and just assumed that's how people talk. And the attempt at a tear-jerking scene between Hogan and his injured (what do you expect when you try to attack someone bigger than you are?) brother falls apart because whatever the two are saying to each other through their tears is incoherent. Wrestling fans will like the appearance of old timer Jos Leduc, but Stan Hanson, a legend based on what he could do in the ring, was way over the top, forgive the Stallone reference.