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The future Academy Award® winner made her movie debut at 16 years old as the pouffy-haired star of this action/comedy about a cache of stolen walkie-talkies, three BMX-riding friends, and the ruthless bank robbers who will pursue them through every graveyard, shopping mall, construction site and waterpark in New South Wales, Australia. It's a high-flying ride to adventure filled with wild stunts, cool BMX outfits, creepy innuendo, cheezy synth music, an obnoxious fat kid, and gobs of fast & furious fun. John Ley (Mad Max), David Argue (Razorback) and Bryan Marshall (The Long Good Friday) co-star with thrilling cinematography from future Oscar® winner John Seale (The English Patient) in this Down Under 80s cult classic from Ozsploitation master Brian Trenchard-Smith, the legendary director of Turkey Shoot, Dead End Drive-In and Stunt Rock!
If We'd Grown Up In Australia,BMX Bandits Would Have Been Our Goonies. --Quentin Tarantino
Loved this movie as a kid. Like it even more as an adult watching it with my son who thinks it is so cool.Published 2 months ago by Hossenfeffer
BMX was just getting big enough for media attention, this came out and was perfect for teens into BMX racing, Didn't hurt to have Nicole K. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hactic Bidster
When I saw this was on DVD I just had to relive it. Every kid in the 80's had a BMX bike which they rode to school in Australia, I don't know how old I was when I originally saw... Read morePublished 7 months ago by James N Simpson