This bizarre comedy spoof on spaghetti westerns was made in a hurry on location in Almeria, Spain. Simms (Joe Strummer), Willy (Dick Rude), and Norwood (Sy Richardson) are inept hitmen who decide to rob a bank. They encounter the MacMahon's (The Pogues), a quintet of caffeine-addicted gunslingers who ride motorcycles across the range wreaking havoc. Elvis Costello has a reoccurring role as a waiter who is always ready with a new tray of coffee. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi
This is NOT entertainment. This is some one with money and no idea of how to make a decent film, comedy or other, using a slop-job of a script and amateur cinematographer to make a student film project in areal short time.
I really wanted to like this movie. Repo Man is my favorite of all time and this is from the same director and has a lot of the same actors. But Repo Man this is not. The whole thing was like some weird dream where you wake up and think "what the hell was that about?" Strangely, it was filmed quite well. But the story, the acting, the weirdness - none of it worked.