Picasso Trigger (1988) 720p YIFY Movie

Picasso Trigger (1988)

Picasso Trigger is a movie starring Steve Bond, Dona Speir, and Hope Marie Carlton. With his brother eliminated by operatives of the L.E.T.H.A.L. team, a world-class crime lord will trigger a ruthless hunt against all Agents.

IMDB: 4.51 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Adventure
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 812.09M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 99
  • IMDB Rating: 4.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 66 / 35

The Synopsis for Picasso Trigger (1988) 720p

Double agent Picasso Trigger is assassinated in Paris by double-crossing bad guy Miguel Ortiz. Then Ortiz begins eliminating agents of The Agency who were involved in his brother's death. The Agency (belatedly) springs into action to stop Ortiz' heinous activities. The usual gunplay, romance, and nifty toys with bombs ensue.

The Director and Players for Picasso Trigger (1988) 720p

[Director]Andy Sidaris
[Role:]Harold Diamond
[Role:]Steve Bond
[Role:]Hope Marie Carlton
[Role:]Dona Speir

The Reviews for Picasso Trigger (1988) 720p

Low-budget Bond-style nonsense with naked women.Reviewed byBA_HarrisonVote: 5/10

Picasso Trigger, the third film in Andy Sidaris's Malibu Express series, is par for the course in terms of nudity and violence, with the obligatory big breasted babes disrobing at regular intervals to get fruity with the musclebound hunks, and lots of baddies being shot, blown up, or impaled. Luckily, this one proves to be slightly more entertaining than the last entry (Hard Ticket to Hawaii) thanks to Sidaris adopting a more deliberate Bond-style approach, one that comes complete with an international villain and silly gadgets (designed by 'Q'-alike boffin, The Professor) to go with the usual array of chase scenes, explosions and exotic locations.

The plot (yes, there is a plot!) sees government agents Travis Abilene (Steve Bond), Jade (Harold Diamond), Donna (Dona Spier), Taryn (Hope Marie Carlton) and Edy (Cynthia Brimhall) joined by Paris operative Pantera (Roberta Vasquez) to bring to justice the gang who have been bumping off their colleagues. However, everything is not as it first seems, with Travis and Co. eventually discovering that they have been set up by bad guy Salazar AKA Picasso Trigger (John Aprea) to help him eliminate his competition.

Picasso Trigger is no means a great film—Sidaris's direction still leaves a lot to be desired, the action scenes being far less thrilling than they are unintentionally amusing—but with plenty of sexy Playboy-standard babes getting naked, crap martial arts, a pointless sub-plot about snuff movies, crazy gimmicks such as an exploding boomerang (which would surely come back and blow YOU up?!?) and a rocket-launching crutch (programmed by pocket calculator), blatant product placement (even the local Hovercraft Hire company gets in on the action), and VERY LARGE CAPTIONS to let us know what day of the week it is, this is worth a go when you don't want to have to think very hard.

Not Sidaris' Best WorkReviewed bymaddogthemadVote: 7/10

It's not his best work, but I still don't feel like I wasted my rental.

It drags on in some parts, and most of the hand to hand fight scenes are really unconvincing.

On the plus side, it has some tricks and twists that an audience member really wouldn't see coming.

No Julie Strain, but Donna Spier and Roberta Velasquez look really good in most of their shots. :)

Still, the nudity, while gratuitous, isn't very common in occurrence. The scenes where the characters are in swimsuits are nice, I guess. I have to admit they look pretty good.

It really didn't flow very well, and it had some scenes that were just plain boring.

Overall, I still like Sidaris' work, because it's the best you'll ever get in this kind of film work, I think, but he's done better.

Terrific girls - movie should have been betterReviewed bygridoonVote: 5/10

Once again, this Sidaris film seems to have everything: a fit and quite believable as an agent Dona Speir, an incredibly adorable Hope Marie Carlton (on a scale of 1 to 10, her smile is a 12), a gorgeous Roberta Vasquez, international locations (Paris, Las Vegas, Texas, Hawaii, etc.), LOTS of explosions, outrageous gadgets, etc. The mix should have been explosively hot, but sadly it's only lukewarm. The execution of the formula is mechanical, as if Sidaris was simply ticking off action scenes from a list. There are very few funny lines (the best belongs to Speir: when she's accused of being jealous, she says "there is not a jealous bone in my body - check it out for yourself", and she disrobes!) and the one fight scene, involving Harold Diamond, is terrible. But to end this comment on a positive note, John Aprea gives a slick performance as the arch-villain of the story. (**)

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