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After a brief directoral hiatus, Andy Sidaris returned to direct another one of his trademark cheesy action films and he delivers the goods once again. Action, sex, nudity, a random wrestling scene, and a convoluted plot are what you will find in Day Of The Warrior. When watching a Sidaris film, you must ask yourself: Am I going to be a pretentious snob, or am I going to let loose and have fun? Make your decision should you decide to view one of his films.
"That Son Of A Bitch Has One Of Those Big Guns Too!" Yowza! Not since the first Malibu Express film has Andy Sidaris succeeded in making such a spectacular piece of garbage. Julie Strain leaves her bad girl act behind to lead the CIA Secret Super Team, the L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies! Along with the fake breast behemoths Julie K Smith (Cobra!) & Shae Marks (Tiger!) as well as the Asian Vegas showman Elvis Fu, they take on the half Native American Gunrunner/Porno Producer/Professional Wrestler Marcus Bagwell aka The Warrior. The Guns, Girls, & G-Strings set has been filled with plenty of terrible scripting, dialog, and acting but Day of the Warrior stands out as one of the absolute worst films and as a result it is one of the most entertaining. VF.
This one came pretty fucking close to breaking me, as they bring in pro wrestlers alongside the Playboy & Penthouse broads, which is like a perfect storm of corny that almost killed me.
It has its moments, but is on an obvious decline for my tastes by this stage of the series.
Fun bad... plus the bad guy is a dude who begged me for twenty bucks to take a photo with him