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A Los Angeles detective is murdered because she has microfilm with the recipe to make cocaine cookies. A "Lethal Weapon" style cop team tries to find and stop the fiends before they can dope the nation by distributing their wares via the "Wilderness Girls" cookie drive.Written by
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When Colt is mixing his cocktail in his trailer, the bottle of Jack Daniels he picks up is the colour of cola in the first shot but then a much lighter shade when he puts it down in the subsequent shot. See more »
In one TNT version of the film, near the end of the film when Lugar and Colt have a shootout with Mr. Jigsaw, Colt is actually hit and falls to the ground. Lugar leans over to see if Colt is okay, to which Colt responds, "It'll take more than 40 rounds from an Uzi to kill Ted Zippleman." Lugar responds, "But your name's Colt." Colt looks at the camera and yells. Colt gets up and the scene continues as it does in the regular release. See more »
YOU REALLY GOT ME
Performed by Denis Leary and Martin Blasick (as Marty Blasick)
Words and Music by Ray Davies
Edward Kassner Music Co. Ltd./Jay-Boy Music Corp.
By Arrangement with Celebrity Licensing, Inc. See more »
I am glad my fellow reviewers (some of them) also found this movie enjoyable. It was silly at times but never insulting and the large cast helps greatly. Of particular interest is cameos by Erik Estrada, Dr. Joyce Brothers and Bill Nunn. Even Kathy Ireland manages to be funny! Its not the Marx Brothers or "Some Like it Hot", but for what it is, I liked it a lot.
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