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In a post-apocalyptic New York City, a policeman infiltrates the Bronx, which has become a battleground for several murderous street gangs.
It's a futuristic post-apocalyptic Bronx, New York. Home of lawlessness, motorcycle gangs, a pimp named The Orge, zombie-esque zombies, and fellas that use roller skates for shoes. When the young heir to a wealthy capitalist disappears, a rugged bounty hunter / cop goes deep into the Bronx to bring her back. The problem? She doesn't want to go home, and she's fallen in love with a young macho motorcycle badass named Trash. It's an Enzo G. Castellari flick; featuring Vic Morrow, Fred Williamson, Enzo's actual daughter as the missing girl, and Mark Gregory as Trash. It's pretty much The Warriors meets Escape from New York, but without Snake and Swan. 1990: The Bronx Warriors has no shame when it comes…
Oh, 1990: The Bronx Warriors. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…
1. THAT INTRO
2. The goddamn drummer
3. One handed guy riding a motorcycle
4. Trash’s high wasted jeans (gave a new meaning to chub rub)
5. Effective use of f-bombs
6. “Hold me, Trash.”
7. That music during the funeral (Did they inhale most of the ashes?)
8. TAP DANCER FIGHT
9. The guys’s handle is HOT DOG
10. The Hammer’s laugh
So much fun.
"I work for nobody. I don't care about the Manhattan Corporation. I don't care about the girl. I don't care about politics. I don't care about anything. I believe in nothing......I'm Hammer, the exterminator."
This is a low rent Italian rip off of both The Warriors and Escape From New York, and while it isn't good, it really ain't half bad. I mean, right off the bat you get this amazing scene of all the gangs meeting up across the harbour from the World Trade Center, and the whole time there is just this guy with a snare drum, bass drum, and hi-hat rocking out while there is this extended dialogue-less scene opening of just gangs squaring off against each…
movies that begin with a scene that would be at the climax of a different, inferior movie are underappreciated. movies that explain little or nothing, that give the impression entire scenes were left out. movies that trash plot for more interesting things like elaborate costumes and camera tricks...those things take guts. they take a kind of brazen, overconfident, indifferent attitude few seem to posess and wield correctly. they know what to spend the limited budget on. this movie is about some tough guys named trash, hammer, hot dog, and ogre. it has real hell's angels in it. it has compilations of reaction shots that last five minutes, leaving very little time for dialogue or acting. it has some fights that…
aka 1990: I guerrieri del Bronx aka Bronx Warriors
“In the year 1990 the Bronx is officially declared No Man’s Land. The authorities give up all attempts to restore law and order. From then on the area is ruled by the Riders”.
Enzo G. Castellari (perhaps best known for 1978's 'The Inglorious Bastards') directs this vaguely SciFi, silly trash that has gained a cult following.
It follows a rich runaway girl who joins an outlaw biker gang, who must then protect her against her evil father and rival gangs (including the underground 'zombies', some people dressed as Broadway dancers, some street hockey guys on roller skates, and some extras from a Blaxploitation film led by Fred Williamson).
This isn't a…
Best opening credit sequence.
Rocky's Stutmen Team
The Hell's Angels".
Funny trash spaghetti action featuring weird outfits and cool soundtrack.
Possibly the greatest love story ever told.
The Bronx Warriors, or to give it its slightly clumsy full title 1990: The Bronx Warriors is not strictly a post-apocalyptic film, rather it posited a future where whole tracts of urban neighborhoods have slipped into lawlessness and become no-go zones. Looking at the locations where Enzo Castellari and his crew filmed, it appears the future had already arrived, with the action framed against endless blocks of rubble-strewn, abandoned tenements.
Inventive, energetic and propelled along by a sure-fire confidence, The Bronx Warriors is one of the great Italian action films. Not nearly as grim or ultra-violent as similar films that followed in its wake, Castellari's film often feels like a Western in disguise, in fact the rousing climax has the…
Bronx Warriors stole 84 minutes of my life and I wish I had those back. It pretends to be in the same vein as Escape from New York or The Warriors but it’s an insult to compare it to either. It’s so bad, its main actor (Marc Gregory) disappeared and no one knows what he’s doing now. Avoid.
Its like extras from Cruising got together to make a post apocalyptic movie, entertaining id say.
I expected this movie to be pretty terrible, and was pleasantly surprised! This was a ton of fun, I had a blast watching it and I can't wait to acquire this for my collection. Great acting, tons of action, and a compelling story that's told expertly. I was expecting a ripoff of THE WARRIORS done by some talentless hacks. This was really top notch in my opinion. A solid recommendation!
Mark Gregory is the worst action hero in the world. He's like a ripped Michael Cera. These movies would be so much better without him.
A trash masterpiece that manages to stylistically elevate the b-movies it sat next to for so many years in video stores.
Mark Gregory pulls one of the least charismatic and most wooden performances I've seen in a long time. The guy can't even walk normally, strikes weird feminine poses at every chance he gets, tight jeans up his ass crack and moose knuckle don't help his case either. We're to believe this guy is a gang leader.
But hey there is Fred Williamson, Vic Morrow, variety of different gangs and one of the greatest motorcycle crashes caught on camera.
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