Truck is coming for justice and vengeance (if that's possible). He's got a big hand cannon. He's got big shoes. And he ain't taking no crap from no back-talking pimps. So grab your ass, and prepare for the most badass movie we've reviewed.
Truck Turner is super-badass. From the soundtrack to the clothes to the dialogue to the plot to Yaffett Cotto to the cinematography it's got it. It comes in buckets and waves of badass. It's dialed to 11.5. It's a 90 minute quarantine with only one partner - badassness. This movie is badass.
Spending the whole movie being covered in cat pee, our hero is a pretty big piece of crap. He's an awful boyfriend. He's not a good bounty hunter. Everyone around him dies and he's broke as hell. Yet, Truck and his partner Jerry are eye-candy from the very opening scene. It's not that you want to hang out with these guys (because they smell of cat piss and you'll likely get shot if you do) but you do want to be a voyeur into their daily life. They are just an absolute blast from the beginning.
Then there is the parade of pimps. From Gator, to eye-patch guy, to Yaffet Cotto's Harvard Blue and most especially Nichelle Nichol's Diranda. The cadre of villains that hunt the bounty hunter play like Spider-Man's Rogues Gallery and share some interesting similarities with them in a weird way.
Lastly, the cinematography is probably some of the most under-rated in film. There's some chances taken here that all end up paying off in spades. Keep your eye out for the great shots that are iconic for the genre.
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