The law of diminishing returns is clearly in evidence in this third installment of the Canadian-made SNAKEEATER series, which began in 1990 as a showcase for former TV heartthrob Lorenzo Lamas.
Adapted by John Dunning (who co-wrote and produced the first two entries as well) from a novel by Glenn Ducan, SNAKEEATER III has virtually no plot. Cop Jack Kelly (Lamas), who confusingly only goes by the name Soldier (as the robust title tune proclaims), is suspended from the police force for
his Dirty Harry-like antics in breaking up a diner robbery. He is hired by the distraught parents of Vivian (Tracy Hway), who ten months earlier was abducted by a gang of bikers sh...