In fact, this actor tends to go for intensity without the proper guidance of a good director. I figured you for a heartbreaker. I feel good I knew that I would, now - So good - So good So good 'cause I got you Why don't you use the Porsche till tomorrow? Please do not post classified listings; this isn't a used car lot. You guys make sure I know what you do with the tire gun. The storyline is pretty weak but there is a fair amount of car footage. The end represents a self fulfilling prophesy that left me craving for more, yet knowing there could be no sequel. It doesn't appear to utilize a fresh scan, but the viewing experience remains consistent and appealing.
You still living at home? As always, Thompson is an encyclopedia of knowledge, providing lots of background info about the actors and the production. I'll get us a couple beers. You deaf, or you just dumb? Yeah, I got to be careful who I hang out with. Yeah, it is kind of seedy. Benjy Taylor Sweeney is a young cop with an eye for cars and fast women. Nothing exciting ever happens to me.
He played this role so perfectly, that I forgot I was watching a movie. I met this girl, not too long ago. I always hated this fuckin' house at Christmas. Just keep your goddamn eyes open. Were doing our Christmas shopping a little early? Randy Quaid is seen briefly as Lt. Take a look around, Bill. Foul on Number 32, Varrick.
Seriously, somebody took one of our consignment Porsches a few nights ago. Sweeney, who should have been A-list but never quite seemed to get there. He was under arrest the night Grazziola was murdered. I nabbed seven of these in one day. I was obsessed with porsches My nickname at school was Dr Ferdinand.
Just because he's smarter than you, doesn't mean he's innocent. Now things have gotten out of hand. The young cop, played by D. Makes me sound more exciting. Cozying up to the man in charge, Benjy is soon welcomed into the underworld of car theft, proving himself to be a valuable asset with repair and crime, taking cars from parking lots, streets, and garages.
You let it out much? I want to talk to you about some security problems. The lieutenant wants him to infiltrate a Porsche dealership run by a rich kid. Ann, give Bill a crepe. Another great commentary from the folks at Kino, and well worth a listen. What happened to your hand? I've got nothing to connect Varrick to any of it. Too bad about this place.
He goes to Bracey's house, only to find that Ted has murdered him. But it's all part of the fight for truth and justice. Might come in handy later. Cinematography is above norm for a late 80's movie too, lots of great chase scenes with 911's, etc. I've been trying to get a hold of you all day. The film is bolstered by some spectacular car chase sequences that are plausible in a way that modern sequences rarely are. If you destroyed or altered any evidence, I'm gonna find out and charge you.
Bracey, who is responsible for getting one of his men infiltrate the car stealing ring. Eventually, Ted brings Benjy into his side business of stealing Porsches, with garage manager Malcolm coordinating the operations. By now, Bill and Ted are quite close and after a while, the reason for Ted's success is revealed. You know who did it? It was Loos killed Grazziola, Ted didn't do it! It's not going so bad. Benji drives off, unaware that Ted is nearby, spying on him. A guy named Martin runs it. Bill Ayles, my sister, Ann.