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Smokey and the Bandit (The 7-Movie Outlaw Collection)
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Smokey and the Bandit (1977), MPAA Rating: PG
Smokey and the Bandit II (1980), MPAA Rating: PG
Smokey and the Bandit 3 (1983), MPAA Rating: PG
Bandit: Bandit Goes Country (1994)
Bandit: Bandit's Silver Angel (1994)
Bandit: Beauty and the Bandit (1994)
Bandit: Bandit Bandit (1994)
The bandit movies are horrible B-grade movies that really should not see the light of day. But these movies are included in this collection.
The second movie seems to go 50/50 between fans of S&TB, some like it, some absolutely hate it. Again, I've reviewed that one before, so I won't review it again, then of coarse comes the 3rd movie that was originally to star Jackie Gleason as both the Bandit and Smokey, but something went astray there and Jerry Reed was brought back in to play the Bandit, leaving fans wondering why Burt Reynolds didn't play Bandit, especially since he was there in there in the end for a cameo... but again, I've already reviewed the first 3 movies, and by now, if you don't know the first 3 are already available on DVD together, then you are not who I am aiming this review at. If you do own the Pursuit Pack, and are not one of the "Smokey 1 was the only decent movie", and are interested to know what the next 4 mini series versions are like, then put your ears on son.
Bandit Goes Country - At first I was put off by the fact that this main actor is named Bandit, but looks much younger then Burt Reynolds... I was wondering if maybe these where prequels? Then I heard the names being used, and it confirmed this is not a prequel, it is set in 1994.Read more ›
I don't believe I've seen them all, - I remember only three of them, but they were enjoyable. Brian Bloom looked good in a cowboy hat & tight jeans, i think. It wasn't a Trans-Am, but I did have a love of the Dodge Stealth afterward! And how can you resist those PIERCING blue eyes?
They also have great cameo appearances, too. Mel Tillis, Kathy Ireland, Henry Cho, & John Schneider. Give them a chance.
Not so enthused with the third, the snowman does not make a good bandit.
The newer ones with the stealth are good movies in the late '80's fasion, but trust me you won't confuse them with the originals. More of a "Knight Rider/Macguiver/A-Team" feel to them. Having grown up in the late 80's and early 90's, I do like them. The Stealth was definately "the affordable supercar" of the time, and still can sort of be considered "American".
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I am Robin Wood, not John. But I have always wanted to be a truck driver since I was a teenager, but only became a school bus driver. Read morePublished 13 days ago by John A Wood
It was a great hit with my husband for Father's Day. He is a big fan of this show and he enjoyed the extra movies!Published 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
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