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Classic movie of the late 80´s in vhs a must see for everyone very happy got to see it again. What showed in the movie back then is what shows nowadays bully´s gangs things that will make someone good turn Bad.
There's nothing that we could admire on this movie, the 80's attire to be enjoyed though.
Police net a whopping $12k worth of drugs in a high school locker search. It appears every second locker is a drug buyer. Members of the Cobra gang are arrested and blame a former member for narcing. Watch for a young Gina Gershon as a Cobrette.
So that poster for 3:15 that has this titled Class 89 is actually the French title & obviously a cash in on Class of 1984. They are both movies about violence in high schools but Class of 1984 is a powerhouse of a movie where 3:15 just sorta takes the formula but gives us nothing special. That's too bad because it is a good theme. Now there are many opportunities to make this rise above but they are either mishandled, unexplored or just flubbed w/ poor writing or acting. The best actors in this are sorely underutilized. Ed Lauter is more then capable having a role as a hardass cop that you end up liking in the end. He did it in Death Wish 3 but here he's written much weaker then his talents. The biggest loss is that Mario Van Peebles & his gang should have had a lot more screen time. A better movie about them called The M16s could have been made. The best part about the entire project was Deborah Foreman being briefly naked. I could have freeze framed on her ass for an hour & a half & gave this a better rating
Lincoln High is plagued by a gang element. When a random locker search yields over $12,000 in drugs one student is scapegoated by The Cobras and hung out to dry by a scared school administration. Nice to see Gina Gershon as a Cobrette.
Loved it growing up but probably rubbish now.