Stop the presses! Have they got a great idea for a video. All you need is a car that looks like a Trans-Am, a guy who looks like Burt, and a female lead with as many syllables in her name as "Smokey." Well, they do, and they do, and they did.
The Bandit is a folk hero who has fallen on tough times. He has become a drunk and there is a repo company out for his beloved car. Tracey Adams is a reporter out to get the goods on the Bandit. Siobhan Hunter is the repoette out to get the car. Each of them "schtupp" their respective bosses to get the respective assignments. Each of them, upon arriving at the Bandit's home, pork everybody they run into. Hunter's boss garnishes a girl who's car has been garnished. The Bandit's right-hand man gets some, too. Hunter gets the car, Adams gets the Bandit, and the viewer gets non-stop action all the way.
Director F.J. Lincoln puts an exuberant and professional cast through a cute script, and the aforementioned cast handle themselves and everybody else with a fervor that keeps the action (and the viewer) up for the entire length of this feature.