Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Rhea Akler, Jeffrey Akomah, Matt Birman, Brian Bosworth, Bill Copeland
Genres: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
Please watch this movie with your Dad or brother.
Stephen Cibula | cleveland, ohio | 09/16/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I agree with the guy that says this movie sucks, but that's why you have to watch this movie with your dad or brother(s). I promise you will be able to watch this movie and die laughing watching it. There a lot of movies that claim to be so bad, you'll love it. I've watched those movies and just walked away feeling punched in the gut they were so stupid. I love the slow motion effects of guys getting blow away, or Bosworths' fist a mile away from some poor guy's chin while this very wimpy sounding body blow sound emerges out of thin air. There's also this hard-biting journalist that is so stereo-typically dressed you'll think you're watching a scene from the superman at the daily planet. You've got to watch this movie, I promise you'll be able to watch the whole thing, but it's a guy thing, so you got to watch it with one of your friends or it'll be no fun cracking up by yourself. Plus you can tune it out while it's still playing to talk about something else and just turn back to it without missing a beat."
THE BOZ AND THE BUG
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 10/13/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"During a gathering of world leaders for an environmental summit at a national park in Oregon, a truck loaded with banned "binary" biowarfare agents plunges off a cliff, dumping its lethal cargo into a stream that empties into the Yellowstone River. Brian Bosworth brings his usual brand of humorous machismo to the role of Secret Service Agent to the President, who stumbles upon the spill while casing the place prior to the summit. With the help of a local veterinarian (played with little energy by Leah Pinsent), Bosworth finds some stricken campers, they both catch the virus, and are hospitalized in a fake hosptial set up by Petrodyne chemicals and the government. Somehow they've miraculously escaped the virus, break out and begin a chase scene through the Oregon wilderness.
The usual government cover-ups are present, along with the typical villains and so-called "patriots."
This movie lacks the usual high energy of Boz's other films and he seems a little worn out in this one (maybe it's the virus?). An entertaining, if derivative, film, that would be an entertaining rental, but I wouldn't buy unless you own a Bosworth collection."