Teens P.J. and Goose get their thrills on BMX bikes, performing hair-raising tricks all across Sydney, Australia. Along with their new friend Judy, they discover a box of walkie-talkies -- and find out that a gang of criminals intends to use them to monitor police signals during a bank robbery. When the young trio snatches the devices, it propels them on a hair-raising adventure in which their pedaling skills might just save their necks.
- Stars:David Argue, John Ley, Nicole Kidman, Angelo D'Angelo, James Lugton, Bryan Marshall, Brian Sloman, Peter Browne, Bill Brady, Linda Newton, Bob Hicks, Guy Norris, Chris Hession, Norman Hodges, Tracy Wallace,
- Director:Brian Trenchard-Smith,
- Writer:Patrick Edgeworth, Russell Hagg (based on a screenplay by)
Two BMX expert bikers and a friend of theirs (Kidman) become entangled with a group of bank robbers after discovering a carton of walkie-talkies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
BMX Bandits torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Even stellar acting could not save the minutes spent watching (or making) this screenplay, which essentially exposes the wormwood of 'semi-'autobiographical 'creative-'writing, and the guilt-(white)washing embellishments that stem from a cowardly need to draw the (undeserved) sympathy of readers/viewers. Not a fault of the cast or cinematographers though, who executed their parts with flair, but the director's twist(y/ed) attempt to criticise/expose(?!) this movie's own art form comes off as disingenuous rather than ingenious.
(au) wrote: bon scenariorealisation un peu bancale mais putain elle est vraiment belle freida pinto
(br) wrote: No!!!!!!!! Make it stop! Plays like a very sub-standard X Files without the budget or anything bordering on coherence. Avoid!
(fr) wrote: Like Ripper it has two older guys to give some interest in the long wait for something to happen. I don't mind this kind of jaundiced atmospheric waiting room film. Oh no, Colleen Camp was Yvette in Clue.
(fr) wrote: It was better than the first, in my opinion, but both were kind of dumb. Again, I'm glad I didn't spend any money on it. So, don't waste your time.
(ag) wrote: Aggressive, in your face, scary, funny, satirical, silly and terrifying all at once. The movie is hard to ignore, exciting and thrilling.
(de) wrote: Underated 80's action and adventure worth tracking down
(us) wrote: In the second sequel Chris (now played by George Kennedy) saves a man named Keno (Monte Markham) from a hanging. Together they aid the Mexican revolution by springing one of their leaders from prison.Of the sequels, this script and story are probably the best. But I never bought George Kennedy and the charismatic leader that pulls together an ill-fated motley crew for a prison break. The best thing I can compare this to is watching the Bond movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and missing Sean Connery. Funny how the weakest entry in the series has the best script. (2.5 out of 5) So Says the Soothsayer
(br) wrote: "It only took 9 years"Pretty smart for such a dumb/silly movie. Also, a little unsettling due to the evidence that we may be heading in this direction.
(ca) wrote: I caught a couple of moments of Under Fire and decided worth checking out sometime.
(es) wrote: The ending could have been better.