LOOSE CANNONS Add To My Top 10
Release Date: February 09, 1990
Audience: Adults and older teenagers
Runtime: Approximately 95 minutes
Director: Bob Clark
Producer: Aaron Spelling & Alan Greisman
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Since Ellis is unable to carry or fire a weapon, he becomes more of a liability to Stern than a partner. He does, however, possess a keen knowledge for discerning clues, but inevitably Stern ends up "babysitting" throughout their investigations. In every high-stress situation, Ellis takes on various multiple personalities, from Elmer Fudd to John Wayne, that result in his seemingly cunning apprehension of the criminal. From one screwball experience to the next, Stern and Ellis eventually bring porn king Joe Gutterman to justice, while eliminating a former Nazi SS officer who was after him.
The film comes to the screen very much like its title: everything seems "loose." From the extremely profane and obscene language, to the ridiculously-predictable story line that features cops more suited for a mental institution than the police force, the movie is one you'll want to avoid. While the well-cast film is occasionally funny, you'll laugh more at it than because of it.