Guns (1990) (Blu-ray Review)

Guns (1990) (Blu-ray Review)

Guns (1990) (Blu-ray Review)

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Guns (1990) (Blu-ray Review)
Directed By: Andy Sidaris
Starring: Erik Estrada, Kym Malin, Dona Speir
Rated: R/Region A/1:78/1080p/Number of Discs 1
Available from Mill Creek Entertainment

Juan Degas is the Jack of Diamonds, a nefarious armsmonger who intends to smuggle a big quantity of a new state-of-the-art weapon into America through Hawaii. In order to do so, Degas desperately needs to come up with a clever scheme to get out of his way the Agents who threaten the success of his plans. With the intention to liquidate both L.E.T.H.A.L. Agents Donna and Nicole, Degas’ assassins manage to engage them in a dangerous, fast-paced chase that will eventually lead them to Las Vegas, thousands of miles away. However, when Degas’ men abduct Donna’s mother, it will be his biggest mistake because, from that point on, things are about to get personal. Hungry for revenge, Donna armed with a devastating rocket launcher, she will have to go through stealthy ninja assassins and radio-controlled scale boats loaded with explosives to protect her family.

And with this Blu-ray from Mill Creek, we’ve hit the Erik Estrada portion of the Andy Sidaris movie discography! So, it’s the same hot chicks we’ve seen from all Andy Sidaris movies we’ve already seen before, but this time the character played by Erik Estrada is smuggling drugs and kills our character of Donna’s father and that sets everything we have in this one in motion. If you’ve seen these movies then you know what to expect, we’ve got hot half-naked women who often go topless, we have cheesy bad guys, and we have things blowing up. All of that is a given, but it all depends on if it delivers good enough in the entertainment area with these movies, but sadly this one isn’t one of the better Andy Sidaris movies we’ve seen. It has a lot of the same stuff, but it doesn’t seem to slap as well as the others before it.

I like Ninja, I like blondes, and I kinda like seeing Erik Estrada as a bad guy for a change, but this one still doesn’t follow through as well as others film from the same director has. I know these movies can be a bit hit and miss, but this one seems to never deliver on the more entertaining side of things to really make you enjoy it. Hard Ticket to Hawaii had a campy factor with the violence that went along well with the cheesy stuff. This one doesn’t do that half as good despite the boobs and Ninjas. It still looks good in HD and it goes great with the growing Andy Sidaris collection, but this isn’t the best of the bunch by any means.

Extras

– Introduction by Andy Sidaris
– Audio Commentary by Andy Sidaris
– Behind the Scenes
– Trailer

Quality of Transfer: 88%

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