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George Kuffs didn't finish high-school, just lost his job and his girlfriend who still is in college is pregnant. Since he can't see how he can support her, he thinks she is better off without him. So he visits his elder brother, Brad, to squeze him for a loan so he can go to Brazil where there's a gold-rush going on. Unfortunately Brad is killed and George is suddenly the owner of Brad's "patrol special" district.Written by
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When Kuffs and Bukovsky get in the car to pursue Kane, Bukovsky puts the police light on the roof on the car from the passenger seat but in the next scene they drive off and the light is on the drivers side. See more »
I was flicking through the admittedly poor choice of channels that we have as an excuse for terrestrial broadcasting in this country, when I stumbled across this patent waste of celluloid. From the moment Slater addressed the camera I was cringing, and then when the Turkey got run over - well, I almost fell out of bed with the sheer banality of it all. When it first started, I thought any film with Jovovich in it couldn't possibly be all bad, but I was proved wrong. The Slater from Heathers and Pump Up The Volume please come back - all is forgiven.
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