Action Packed Movie Marathon, Vol. 2 (Bamboo Gods & Iron Men, Bulletproof, Trackdown & Scorchy)
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A Los Angeles cop/ex-CIA agent Frank "Bulletproof" McBain (Gary Busey) travels across the border to retrieve a top-secret attack vehicle which was hijacked by Russian-backed Libyan terrorists. Darlanne Fluegel (Battle Beyond The Stars) and Henry Silva (Sharkys Machine) also star.
BAMBOO GODS AND IRON MEN
An attempt is made by an underworld organization to recover a carved Buddha, in which is hidden a substance powerful enough to control the world. James Iglehart (Savage! ) stars in this fast-paced actioner.
A Montana rancher (Jim Mitchum, Thunder Road) comes to Los Angeles, searching for his runaway sister (Karen Lamm, The Unseen), who has become entangled in a world of crime, drugs, and prostitution. Erik Estrada (CHiPs), Anne Archer (Fatal Attraction) and Cathy Lee Crosby (Coach) also star.
Scorchy (Connie Stevens) is a female undercover agent who will stop at nothing to bust a drug-smuggling ring. She is beautiful, determined, mean and guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat. Cesare Danova (Animal House), William Smith (Conan The Barbarian) and Greg Evigan (Tek War) also star.
Top Customer Reviews
"Trackdown" is also edited. All four letter words and excessive violence is GONE. Still worth watching because it's so damn entertaining. Also, the music score by Charles Bernstein ("Gator", "Mr. Majestyk") is excellent. Another plus - it is presented in widescreen format.
"Bamboo Gods" -- just avoid. You'll waste 90 minutes of your life that you'll never get back. I'd rather watch an episode of "CHIP's".
"Bulletproof" is the only movie that is uncut. It has been "matted" to 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio for widescreen TV sets.
All in all, a BIG DISAPPOINTMENT. I gave it only one star, that's because 0 stars wasn't available.
Think twice before you buy -- or better yet, if you want to see "Bulletproof", rent it from NETFLIX.
"Bamboo Gods..." was also enjoyable though nowhere near as good as other "urban" 70's martial arts films like "Black Belt Jones" or Jim Igllehart's other fine starring role "Death Force."
So unless all you want is "Scorchy," ignore the sour grapes reviews.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
there all very good movies trackdown is good but also sad eric Estrada is in that one and connie stevens does a great job in scorch but I wasin't feelin the end scene at all and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ahmad R.R.
bought for Bullet Proof-had seen years ago and wanted it for my collectionPublished 13 months ago by Sandra Schmidt
Always wanted to see Scorchy just because of the poster. Oh, brother is it bad. Actually, I do have to give it credit for a for a good chase in a dune buggy! Read morePublished 18 months ago by James Williams