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W.B., Blue and the Bean (1989)

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Three bounty hunters run a deadly obstacle course to fortune and glory when they're hot on the trail of a kidnapped heiress who was bailed out of jail by the nastiest bail bondsman in the business. Starring Linda Blair and David Hasselhoff.more
Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure
Directed By:
On DVD: Mar 8, 2005
Runtime:
Vestron Video

Cast

John Vernon
as Ridgeway
Charles Brill
as Haronian
Thomas Rosales Jr.
as Casper 'Bean' Garcia
Charlie Brill
as Alan (Uncredited)
Max Kleven
as (Uncredited)
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This came on a Catcom double feature set that a friend gave to me, and I must say, it was pretty much garbage, but guess what? It was the good kind of garbage. I really enjoyed it because it was bad. There is a ton of racial stereotyping, bad acting and dialogue, and a laughable action movie of the week vibe to it. It's also full of 80's paraphernalia: enormous cell phones, big hair and macho out the wazoo. It also has a young half naked Linda Blair in it, so it gets points for that. I can't honestly defend it on any sort of sociological level at all, but it's definitely entertaining and worth a watch.

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Tim Salmons

Super Reviewer

½

I did not expect to enjoy Bail Out much as it came from a 20 Pack dvd from Walmart. David Hasselhoff and Linda Blair (of The Exorcist fame) star in this extreme 80s action/comedy. Granted in order to enjoy Bail Out you have to turn off your brain and just take it for what it is (but that is common with 80s cinema). The acting isn't as terrible as you would expect and other than some poor editing and audio Bail Out is surprisingly good. It won't wow anyone but Bail Out is one of those surprises of forgotten cinema.

First, some short movie reviews:

[b]The Aviator:[/b] Looks fantastic. I love what they did with the use of colors. DiCaprio and Blanchett turn in great performances, but not Beckinsale. Sags a little due to its length, but still fascinating. Biggest problem - what's the theme?

[b]Bail Out:[/b] You know it's going to be a bad movie before the credits are over. First, it was in the dollar store DVD bin. Second, the cast includes David Hasselhof, Linda Blair, and John Vernon. Third, the credits are in the same font as those from the Saget-era "America's Funniest Home Videos". Oh, and during the end credits they don't even bother changing the movie's original title, "W.B., Blue, and the Bean". Yes, this movie is trash. But by golly, it's entertaining trash. There is gratuitous everything, and sensible nothing. If only all bad movies were this great.

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Milhouse Vanhouten

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