Gabriel Caine has just been released from prison when he sets up a bet with a business man. The business man owns most of a boxing-mad town called Diggstown. The bet is that Gabe can find a... See full summary »
Leading up to the 1996-97 playoffs, Chicago Bull's coach Phil Jackson sent an intern trainer Wally Blase to oversee the rehab assignment of superstar forward Dennis Rodman. What ensued was ... See full summary »
Simon shoves a bad guy (wearing a red jacket) out an office window. The guy goes out backward. The next shot, from above, shows a dummy falling face-first. The next shot shows the stuntman falling backward again, obviously on a safety wire. See more »
Now, feel free to jump in if I get any of this wrong, but you haven't got the disc, and you haven't got the girl...
... Pity. I was so hoping you'd jump in.
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This reeked of a bomb, yet I had to watch it because Dennis Rodman movies always provide that so bad it's good theme going for them. This one was no exception: terrible acting, bad music, and an even worse plot are all repertory examples. This was the worst out of the 3 legitimate movies he was in ("Double Team" and "Cutaway" were slightly better because they either had better actors in it to somewhat make up for the loss or at least fairly suitable dialog). But in this the one-liners just fell flat and weren't even laughable for how bad they were. It's good I saw this so if by some chance there was another unfortunate such as myself that saw this as well we can ever so delightfully bash it together. Such a bad movie!
Movies : NO! It was released straight to video anyways.
DVD Purchase : You've got to be kiddin' me.
Rental : If you say so.
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