Reviews

  • Oct 27, 2012

    Two separate boaters piece together information to find half a million dollars in a sunken money box gangsters are looking for. Strictly average but among the better Troma releases, probably because it appears that Kaufman and Herz had little to do with it by checking the credits.

    Two separate boaters piece together information to find half a million dollars in a sunken money box gangsters are looking for. Strictly average but among the better Troma releases, probably because it appears that Kaufman and Herz had little to do with it by checking the credits.

  • Sep 25, 2012

    Two separate boaters piece together information to find half a million dollars in a sunken money box gangsters are looking for. Strictly average but among the better Troma releases, probably because it appears that Kaufman and Herz had little to do with it by checking the credits.

    Two separate boaters piece together information to find half a million dollars in a sunken money box gangsters are looking for. Strictly average but among the better Troma releases, probably because it appears that Kaufman and Herz had little to do with it by checking the credits.

  • Jun 12, 2012

    Troma Team release may be a little short on action and adventure but is somewhat appealling for the beauty and beast roles of the two leads. The odd couple retrieves sunken cash box and avoids pursuit of mobsters, including former Baltimore Colt Art Donovan, who is well cast after earning a reputation for relentless pursuit of opposing QB's.

    Troma Team release may be a little short on action and adventure but is somewhat appealling for the beauty and beast roles of the two leads. The odd couple retrieves sunken cash box and avoids pursuit of mobsters, including former Baltimore Colt Art Donovan, who is well cast after earning a reputation for relentless pursuit of opposing QB's.

  • Jun 10, 2012

    Really great movie. Sweaty action and full of laughs. Recommended.

    Really great movie. Sweaty action and full of laughs. Recommended.

  • Cassandra M Super Reviewer
    Aug 28, 2009

    Don't expect too much adventure or action. The hero of this movie seems more interested in a good martini than guns, money or even the girl. This flick seems more like a screwball comedy of the 1930's than an adventure film, but is definitely worth seeking out, if only for the performance of former Baltimore Colts great Art Donovan as a hitman. He is both natural and funny.

    Don't expect too much adventure or action. The hero of this movie seems more interested in a good martini than guns, money or even the girl. This flick seems more like a screwball comedy of the 1930's than an adventure film, but is definitely worth seeking out, if only for the performance of former Baltimore Colts great Art Donovan as a hitman. He is both natural and funny.