Bad Asses on the Bayou online movie review - Bad Ass 3!? Awesome trilogy!
Machete was not enough for the legendary Danny Trejo, he needed another franchise and he got it with Bad Ass.
Trejo returns as Frank Vega, a badge-less old Mexican version of John McClaine who cleans up his hood the best way he knows how...by kicking bad guy butt.
Joining him once again is "too old for this sh*t", Danny Glover, who proves you don't want to mess with old, cranky and don't give a...
Exploiting her viable (yet small) star power at the moment The Real's Loni Love, who had a small part in the second Bad Ass, becomes the center of attention as the Bad Asses attend her wedding only to have to rescue the bride from a kidnapping.
Changing the scenery of the last two movies from LA, the Bad Asses go to the popular filming location of Louisiana were they bring West Coast Justice to a corrupt small time on the Bayou.
Adding to the Bad Ass family is John Amos as a Vietnam vet trying to live his life as a billionaire pacifist, until the wrong men messed with his family (Just as bass ass as it sounds)
A vast improvement over the other two movies, Bad Asses on the Bayou keeps with the momentum of the popularity of the first two movies and uses a bigger budget just to improve on what has already been done. Unlike Taken 3, it does not try to be better than the b-action movie that started it and which everyone loves. Unlike the Expendables, who are also one step closer to the geriatric home, they did not need over the top theatrical action sequences to prove just because your old, doesn't mean you can't be a Bass Ass.
And nothing says Bad Ass like Danny Trejo. It was a fun ride old men. go check it out.