A thoroughly uninvolving attempt to urbanize the Tarzan legend that plays as a corny cross between a comic-book tale and a television cop show. The film opens in 1969 as a hippie mother and father, innocent witnesses, are murdered by drug dealer Chopper (Robert Davi). Their three-year-old
son escapes and is later found and raised by an ultracounterculture bag lady (Betty Buckley). Eventually the young hippie grows up into a local legend called "Wild Thing" (Rob Knepper). He's a cross between Robin Hood and Spiderman, sneaking around by night, swinging down to the street from the
roofs of tenement buildings to give drunken bums and destitute children unexpected dinn...