Jack Murphy is an antisocial cop. Things are not good for him, he's just killed the brother of a mobster, and is now marked for death.
His wife left him and is now a dancer, and when she shuns him, he drowns his sorrows in the bottle.
And if that isn't enough, someone is stalking him, and kills his wife to frame him.
Murphy is arrested and is handcuffed to a young street kid, whom he arrested earlier. They escape and Murphy tries to find out who did this to him.....
If your familiar to the Bronsan movies of the eighties, especially the ones made by Cannon,,you know exactly what your in for. A short movie, with typecast Italian villains, Pretty grim violence (the air stewardess still gets me), and Bronsan shouting brilliant one liners.
But wow, Arabella McGee, has the best one liners ever committed to film. It's as if the scriptwriters have left her part for their teenage sons to write, because she literally says the most immature put downs every couple of minutes.
Suck on a door knob Donkey breath Whiskey breath, are just a few of the crackers, and they never fail to make me laugh.
The actual plot is pretty good for the genre, and although the main villain channels Sondra Locke in Sudden Impact a little too much, she still convinces.
All in all its a brilliant, cheesy action movie, that never fails to entertain.
Plus it's the best movie ever to feature a man trying to stop a car by throwing shopping at it...