Imagine an amalgam of THE ROAD WARRIOR; THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW; GYMKATA; and James Bond films, and you'll have NEVER TOO YOUNG TO DIE, an often hysterically funny espionage thriller that happily doesn't take itself very seriously. Lance Stargrove (Stamos), the son of a murdered
government agent, teams up with his inventor pal Cliff (Kwong) and the beautiful Danja (Vanity) to stop Velvet Von Ranger (Simmons), the leather-clad hermaphrodite ruler of a renegade biker gang, from contaminating the Los Angeles water supply with radiation. There's no point to any of this other
than simply having fun. It's like a comic book come to life, complete with colorful villa...