Street Law (1995)

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Street Law (1995). 1h 38m | R

“A movie that goes 100 miles an hour to open up the film, not with fast paced action, but rather with choppy and erratic scene transitions and editing! Street Law!!! A film where the fighting scenes are in super slow motion and dull, yet confronting an old dude, now that is action packed! Where we get butt fondles, fighting attorneys and a guy who wants revenge because he and his childhood friend apparently did a petty crime and were treated like grade a felons…u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe story, well, guys yell to start the festivities out and then we watch a guy running through the woods so he can miss a deer. This can be forgotten as it seems totally irrelevant to the plot until the end. A lawyer who owes a loan shark big money for reasons unclear has his debt bought by an old friend who wants his old buddy to do a stupid fight with the unnecessary step of capturing a flag. The friend refuses so bald guys get beat, others paid off and soon the lawyer is forced to partake in the game and professes that he is clean while he apparently took out a huge loan from a loan shark…u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eJeff Wincott is the star here and he is a guy you have probably seen, you just do not know the name. I have seen him in several films and in each one his hair is totally different so he does look different in each role in a film that is not very good… The girl is pretty attractive and does have a nice butt though…u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSo, the film is not boring thanks to the fact no scene really lingers all that long and sometimes we are thrust into a completely unrelated scene out of nowhere! I mean, what was the point of showing a scene in the opening then using it again later? The most boring part are the fights in the ring as they are generally slow paced and lack action; seriously, the guy yelling at the other guy telling him he was evicted was more exciting!”


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