As the product-filled title suggests, this is the story of two walking clichés: Harley (Mickey Rourke), a Road Warrior-biker type, and his drifter pal, Marlboro (Don Johnson), a Duke Wayne wannabe. Together these macho misfits pull off a heist to help a needy friend, only to find themselves caught in a showdown with organized crime. All the virile violence in this buddy picture is lackluster — we’ve seen these fights, chases, and shoot-outs before. Video further cramps the movie’s minimal style; the action ends up so packed it’s claustrophobic – when four leather-clad bad guys show up, their long black coats alone fill the entire screen. Harley Davidson, which stalled at the box office, is unlikely to rev up on video. D
Genre: Action/Adventure, Western; Starring: Don Johnson, Mickey Rourke, Daniel Baldwin, Tia Carrere, Chelsea Field, Giancarlo Esposito; Director: Simon Wincer; Author: Don Michael Paul; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: MGM
Posted February 21 1992 — 12:00 AM EST
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