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Road House: big dumb fun that takes itself too seriously

1 April 2024

2:44 AM

1 April 2024

2:44 AM

The original Road House movie, released in 1989 and starring Patrick Swayze, was an absolute blast. Over-the-top, sexy, and oozing with masculinity, Road House encapsulates the essence of what made action films from the 1980s so enjoyable. It was a classic popcorn movie with a straightforward message: kicking is the solution to all of life’s problems.

It was always going to be a monumental task to recreate this classic action movie.

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