Brainsmasher...A Love Story (1993) - Rotten Tomatoes

Brainsmasher...A Love Story (1993)

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A famous model finds herself chased by a group of lethal monks after the special flower she is delivering to her botanist sister in Portland. After the two girls escape a capture, they split up and the model enlists the help of beefy bouncer Brain Smasher to help her fight off the power-hungry fanatics. The sisters prevail after a plan to foil the villains and the model/bouncer duo falls in love. This zany comedy stars Teri Hatcher and Andrew Dice Clay.

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Cast

Teri Hatcher
as Samantha Crain
Dorothy Dells
as Miss Bellows
Peter Kwong
as Red Monk
Danny Perkin
as Guy in Line #2
Liz Sheridan
as Ma Malloy
Lin Shaye
as Makeup Artist
Ralph Monaco
as Pops Malloy
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The Diceman is not for everyone, but I enjoy his corny accent and over the top comedy. Here he pairs with the hot, young Teri Hatcher in an action movie taking on Shaolin Monks (basically Chinese Ninjas) to prevent them from world domination. Hijinx ensue. Short and watchable but not believable in the least.

Don Schick
Don Schick

We are not ninjas! This movie, unsurprisingly, makes no sense, but it has some truly hilarious moments. These masked evil monks want to eat a flower, and are really violent with some innocent musicians, so Teri Hatcher enlists the protection of Andrew Dice Clay. The whole crew crashes through a dozen or so balsa wood doors, and there are a couple pretty intense walking chase battles. The film also features "Queen Kong" in the memorable role of Bertha. I don't know how this obtained financing, crew, or actors, but I'm reasonably glad it did.

Kelly Cook
Kelly Cook

While certainly a B movie, it's not as horrible as one would imagine. Some of the acting is decent and there are quite a few cleverly funny moments.

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