Malibu ExpressA young good looking investigator becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue murder and five beautiful women when he tries to uncover a scandalous murder.Hard Ticket to HawaiiSexy undercover agents must battle a ... more »smuggler s henchman explosions and a mutant snake as thry try to uncover a diamond smuggler s plot.Fit To KillDonna and Nicole are out for revenge against their nemesis Marin Kane when they all cross paths trying to recover the stolen Alexia diamond from Russia.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE Rating: NR UPC: 787364658398« less
"Andy Sidaris' drive-in movies of the 1980's and 1990's are, I have to admit, a favorite guilty pleasure of mine. You wouldn't show them at the AFI annual banquet, but while they may be trash, they're entertaining trash put together by a guy who cares about having fun. This set (one of three) contains "Hard Ticket to Hawaii", "Fit to Kill", and the first Sidaris movie I ever saw, "Malibu Express", with shapely blonde B-movie queen Sybil Danning. These films, and the others in the series, are all classics - using the word advisedly :) - of the "girls with guns" genre. Not safe for work, it goes without saying, but get yourself a six-pack and break out the popcorn!"
"I do my best thinking in the hot tub."
Mojo Jojo | 04/07/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hey, let's be honest here. Andy Sidaris is not a master filmmaker. But the guy does really care about his films if you listen to the commentary. Sure, there's a lot of unintentional humor and the intentional humor is groaningly not-funny. The stories are silly, the characterizations broad, and the action mostly a bunch of choppy explosion.
But these films are rarely boring. As a diehard Andy Sidaris fan, I love these gems of low-budget cinema. They make me laugh, make me wonder, and just amuse me. It doesn't hurt that Andy has apparently never heard the term "Gratituous Nudity" because there's a lot of it in here.
And that's a good thing."
Andy sidaris knows how to make movies part 1
movie hound john | 12/31/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"andy sidaris was a cameraman for a.b.c. sports who on his time off would make the best drive-in movies in the world. no deep meaning, just action and some of the hotest women on the planet. malibu express his first is also the least of these films. but hard ticket to hawaii,and fit to kill fall into his james bond style of action and hot girls. like i said no deep meaning but great action and girls. not for the kids but for the kids who never grew up. enjoy this great set (HEE-HEE)!!!!"
Retro of time
Alexander Heim | Norway , Oslo | 02/27/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Was nice could be in Widescreen but. hope to se Andy sidaris on Blu-ray "
What Drive-Ins were meant to be
Mark E. Tomlonson | 02/23/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I doubt anyone connected with an Andy Sidaris film ever rented a tux for the Oscars, but that's not the point. The point is to enter a fantasy world, no closer to reality than Star Wars or Blade Runner. These movies are supposed to be fun. Get some popcorn, turn off the cell, put out the cat and enjoy. Even better if you can open the windows on a sumer night and make out with your sweetie as you watch."