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Second Class Cinema Episode 65: Guns (1990)

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This week we had the pleasure of viewing one of Tom's picks here at SCC, and that pick was the 1990 Andy Sedaris action flick, Guns. We've watched a few Sedaris movies before this, and though they all contain the 3 B's (boobs, babes and beaches, duh.), this was the best one we've seen thus far.

When a ruthless gun-runner, Juan Degas, puts a hit out on a member of a secret government agency, all hell breaks loose. Degas stages a murder in Las Vegas to keep the agents busy while he traffics shipments of guns through Hawaii. Will the Agency (yup, that's what it's called) be able to save all their hostages and stop them before the deal is done?

This movie is a real doozy. It took us a bit to get a grip on what exactly was happening, and who was doing what in this... but once you get there, it's a fun time. We discuss the mechanics of sex on motorcycles, soft corn flicks, and why teased 80's hair is so orgasmic. Listen up, gentlefolk!  

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