Number Two Review

Hard Ticket to Hawaii (1987)

Bullets, Bombs, and Babes Edition: Episode #2

Malibu Bay Films released Hard Ticket to Hawaii in March of 1987. Andy Sidaris directed the film starring Ronn Moss, Dona Speir, and Hope Marie Carlton.

‘Hard Ticket to Hawaii’ Movie Summary

Hard Ticket to Hawaii begins when a drug cartel murders two police officers on a private Hawaiian island. On another island, Agency agents, Donna and Taryn, stumble upon a delivery of diamonds intended for the drug lord Seth Romero. It’s his cartel that has just killed the officers, and now he’s ready to kill the girls to get them back! Soon other Agency operatives are called in to take down Romero, the cartel, and a horrendously toxic snake!

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Malibu Bay Films released Hard Ticket to Hawaii in March of 1987. Andy Sidaris directed the film starring Ronn Moss, Dona Speir, and Hope Marie Carlton.

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  1. What’s your criteria for the Number Two podcast? I note that most of your reviews are for films from the 70s and 80s. I have two films that I’d like to recommend, both directed by George Clooney, that I think failed dismally: The Monuments Men and Suburbicon. These are recent films though. Both had great casts but were just a mess. Maybe this comes down to Clooney just not being a good director? Any thoughts?

    1. The Number Two Podcasts can be from any era. We prefer to keep the films from the 80s on Lunch Time Movie Review. The movies just need to be box office failures or universally panned films, but many of them, I actually enjoy for what they are.

      I have note seen The Monuments Men or Suburbicon yet. I want to see Suburbicon even though it did not do well. I don’t know if he’s a bad director or not, but the Coen brothers wrote Suburbicon which could be that it was a bit too dark for general audiences. I think that one is a good candidate for the Number Two.

      1. Hi Chris, I believe the Coen bros did the screenplay but Clooney did a lot of rewrites so don’t know how much of the original was left. It would be a good one to review then. Thanks!

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