One of the least offensive Needham-and-Reynolds efforts, but that isn't saying much. This is supposed to be a tribute to the unheralded group of movie-making employees known as stunt men--and it should have been a better film, considering that both director Needham and Reynolds were once
stunt men themselves. As is, it's just another mindless exercise in unexciting, unmotivated action sequences punctuated by moments of stupid, redneck, good-ol'-boy humor. Reynolds is an aging king-of-the-stunt-men type whose battle-scarred body is convincing him to retire. Enter young,
up-and-coming stuntman Vincent, who challenges the "old man" to perform the most difficult and da...