Look for Ron Jeremy making a cameo appearance!
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Well, here we have it folks, easily one of the undisputed contenders for not only the cheesiest 80's mainstream movie, but also a full-house on those 80's clichés. Co-Written by Sylvester himself, with Paula Gosling, on whose novel "Fair Game", the movie was based.
Matchstick chewing cliche-ridden Lt. Marion Cobretti (nickname "Cobra") has a judge, jury and executioner style not dissimilar in attitude to the god-awful Judge Dredd Stallone would later play. To be fair to Stallone, the character is obviously meant to be so cliched that he's funny, but despite this it's only worth watching if bad taste 80's clichés are your thing. Starring with Stallone is his then-wife Brigitte Nielsen, who I'm sure would rather that this hideous debacle was forgotten, rather than re-released on shiny new DVD's and Blu-rays on both sides of the Atlantic.
Having said that...
...The movie has its moments and is a potential qualifier for a "so bad it's almost good" entertainment award. We have the inevitable cop clichés mixed with popular 80's style movie making (yep, we even have musical montaging too).
Best memory of the movie has to be the character's introduction in the supermarket with "Hey, Dirtbag" and when the madman threatens to blow the whole place up, Cobra replies "Go ahead. I don't shop here".
It gives you the general idea.
For those of you who have seen it, it will bring back fond memories of an age when people didn't take themselves too seriously -- or maybe just had very bad taste...
One of the most unashamedly cheesy efforts ever committed to film. So bad that it really is almost great...
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