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Approaching his older brother Brad (Bruce Boxleitner) for a loan, George received a job proposal instead: join Brad's well-regarded Patrol Special team. Not real keen on the idea, George nonetheless becomes the new owner of the business when Brad is heartlessly gunned down in the line of duty.
Soon George finds himself battling a crime spree in his district with a surly police partner (Tony Goldwyn). Out to avenge his brother, George closes in on a crooked art dealer who is trying to wrestle the district away from him.
Breakneck action meets slapstick comedy with a hip score by Harold Faltermeyer in this high-powered adventure! END
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There's an early title card in the movie that reads: "In 1851, San Francisco could not afford enough policemen to protect its population. So the city was divided into districts which were sold to private citizens. Merchants who wanted to, paid these men for police protection. Today, the men and women who own these districts are called PATROL SPECIALS."
This is a real thing, a legit thing, what San Francisco wrought. There really were neighborhood police forces authorized in Frisco's city charter comprised of law-enforcing civilians, these unsworn officers who were assigned to or had purchased a specific district and who charge their clientele hourly rates for their services. I guess you could say it's sort of a legal protection racket.
It's a star vehicle for Slater, and he's effortless here.Read more ›
Christian Slater's wacky character comes to San Francisco to live with his older brother and ends up taking over his security business. He has a variety of misadventures while trying to learn how to protect the people on his beat and catch the bad guy at the same time. And what a terrific, crazed bad guy. He wears outrageous shirts, including T-shirts with his own picture on them. And he's just one of the many unusual people you'll meet here. From the minute that frozen turkey goes bouncing down the street at the beginning, you'll be hooked.
Filmed on location, Kuffs is full of San Francisco atmosphere and local color which make it even more appealing for those of us who like the city. I own this movie in VHS and have watched it over and over. Now I'll buy it in DVD.
This film has one of my all time favorite lines: "Where DO you buy your clothes?" An appealing winner!
He doesn't even know he is getting this yet as it is to be delivered tomorrow. I only wish I could have gotten it gift wrapped. But he isn't the sentimental kind, so I don't think he will mind.
It's PG-13 For Lauguage , Action Violence.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The movie itself is cute, and as a Christian Slater fan, I definitely enjoy his many shirtless moments, but the movie plot itself can't tell whether or not it needs to take itself... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I am a Christian Slater fan but this movie is not a good movie.Published 26 days ago by Maribel Martinez
Good fun movie. I liked this when I was a teenager in the mid 90's. I watched it on Netflix's and it was crisp. The DVD is good but not digital. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shoeman79
This is one of my favorite movies of all time. It was comedy-drama. The acting was good. This movie had action scenes, suspense, drama, romance and comedy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Junkies
Silly ass old movie, don't take it serious and it will be a blast :)Published 5 months ago by James Macdonald
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