KUFFS Add To My Top 10

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Release Date: January 10, 1992

Distributor: Universal Studios

Director: Bruce A. Evans

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Producer: Bruce A. Evans & Raymond Gideon

Writer: Raymond Gideon

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Content:

(LLL, VVV, S, A/D, C, Ab) 27 obscenities & 27 profanities; shooting rampages, explosions, chases, fist fights, brawls, man falling from building, & police officers assaulting one another; slow motion bullet shots and gory death scenes; implied fornication, adultery, sexual innuendo, cohabitation, & crude references to erection; narcotized coffee & alcohol; and, a positive reference to Christianity marred by a subtle attack on the Church.

Summary:

When a police officer is gunned down in a church, his brother, George KUFFS, sets out to avenge his death. As if FERRIS BUELLER was moonlighting as BEVERLY HILLS COP, George pauses from his sleuthing to chat with the audience. KUFFS tries to be cool and entertaining, but George Kuffs comes off as a rebellious jerk who thinks the world revolves around him in what may be the year's most violent film under the guise of a PG-13 rating.

Review:

When a police officer Brad KUFFS is gunned down in a church, his brother, George, sets out to avenge his death. As if FERRIS BUELLER was moonlighting as a BEVERLY HILLS COP, George pauses from his sleuthing to chat with the audience. The action begins in a cathedral, as officer Brad swallows a communion wafer. Suddenly, a gunman opens fire on Brad. At the police station, George identifies the killer in a lineup. Although the man was leaving the church at the time of the murder, it is his-word-against-George's. George inherits Brad's district. Becoming a cop is not what George wanted, but he accepts it to avenge his brother. What follows is car chases, fist fights, shooting rampages, and destruction of property.

Aimed at teens, KUFFS may be the most violent film under a PG-13 rating. To make the story cute and appealing to teens, George also befriends an inept St. Bernard. When criminals gag and bound George (forcing him to mumble to the audience, translated by subtitles), the dog sits there and wags his tongue. KUFFS tries to be cool and entertaining, but George comes off as a rebellious jerk who thinks the world revolves around him.

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