History Film / Escape2000

10th Mar '17 10:44:35 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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* UnknownRival: Trash and Wengler never meet nor share a single scene together trough all of ''Escape 2000''. Trash never even knows of his existence or plans, and [[spoiler: kills him]] only because the other tried to run him over with a truck and shot him in the process.

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* UnknownRival: Trash and Wengler never meet nor share a single scene together trough through all of ''Escape 2000''. Trash never even knows of his existence or plans, and [[spoiler: kills him]] only because the other tried to run him over with a truck and shot him in the process.
24th Jan '17 1:13:33 AM Silverblade2
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''Escape 2000'', originally known as ''Escape from the Bronx'', is the 1983 sequel to the 1982 post-apocalyptic action film ''[[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture 1990]]: The Bronx Warriors'', which [[XMeetsY combined]] ''Film/TheWarriors'' with ''Film/EscapeFromNewYork'' in its tale of {{Rebellious|Princess}} NonRoyalPrincess Ann falling in love with biker punk [[TheHero Trash]] (Mark Gregory) as they try to stop her family's MegaCorp from oppressing the WretchedHive that is [-THE-] "future" [-BRONX-]. [[spoiler:[[ShootTheShaggyDog Things don't go well.]]]]

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''Escape 2000'', originally known as ''Escape from the Bronx'', is the 1983 sequel to the 1982 post-apocalyptic action film ''[[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture 1990]]: The Bronx Warriors'', which [[XMeetsY combined]] ''Film/TheWarriors'' with ''Film/EscapeFromNewYork'' in its tale of {{Rebellious|Princess}} NonRoyalPrincess Ann falling in love with biker punk [[TheHero Trash]] (Mark Gregory) as they try to stop her family's MegaCorp from oppressing the WretchedHive that is [-THE-] "future" [-BRONX-]. [[spoiler:[[ShootTheShaggyDog Things don't go well.]]]]\n
6th Nov '16 3:09:23 PM Peakpasha
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2nd Nov '16 4:58:05 PM Morgenthaler
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31st Oct '16 8:23:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: Really this whole "leave the Bronx" thing probably would've worked a lot better if Trash wasn't in town that week.
24th Oct '16 8:16:57 AM GunarmDyne
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* TheCameo: Director Creator/EnzoGCastellari appears as a corporate flunky in ''Bronx Warriors'' and the mustachioed radio operator in ''Escape 2000''.

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* TheCameo: Director Creator/EnzoGCastellari Enzo G. Castellari appears as a corporate flunky in ''Bronx Warriors'' and the mustachioed radio operator in ''Escape 2000''.
21st Mar '16 3:59:20 PM Prfnoff
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21st Mar '16 3:57:47 PM Prfnoff
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''Escape 2000'', originally known as ''Escape from the Bronx'', is the 1983 sequel to the 1982 post-apocalyptic action film ''[[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture 1990]]: The Bronx Warriors'', which [[XMeetsY combined]] ''Film/TheWarriors'' with ''Film/EscapeFromNewYork'' in its tale of {{Rebellious|Princess}} NonRoyalPrincess Ann falling in love with biker punk [[TheHero Trash]] as they try to stop her family's MegaCorp from oppressing the WretchedHive that is [-THE-] "future" [-BRONX-]. [[spoiler:[[ShootTheShaggyDog Things don't go well.]]]]

Years later, a new MegaCorp, the General Construction Corporation, is planning to put the entirety of [-THE BRONX-] through urban renewal, and their Mooks are forcing people to "[-LEAVE THE BRONX-]" for [[ReleasedToElsewhere new houses in New Mexico]] by any means necessary -- one way or another. Trash and a few others continue to fight on the surface, but many of the gangs, led by textbook BoisterousBruiser [[TheToblerone Dablone]], are content to hide underground until everything blows over.

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''Escape 2000'', originally known as ''Escape from the Bronx'', is the 1983 sequel to the 1982 post-apocalyptic action film ''[[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture 1990]]: The Bronx Warriors'', which [[XMeetsY combined]] ''Film/TheWarriors'' with ''Film/EscapeFromNewYork'' in its tale of {{Rebellious|Princess}} NonRoyalPrincess Ann falling in love with biker punk [[TheHero Trash]] (Mark Gregory) as they try to stop her family's MegaCorp from oppressing the WretchedHive that is [-THE-] "future" [-BRONX-]. [[spoiler:[[ShootTheShaggyDog Things don't go well.]]]]

Years later, a new MegaCorp, the General Construction Corporation, is planning to put the entirety of [-THE BRONX-] through urban renewal, and their Mooks are forcing people to "[-LEAVE THE BRONX-]" for [[ReleasedToElsewhere new houses in New Mexico]] by any means necessary -- one way or another. Trash and a few others continue to fight on the surface, but many of the gangs, led by textbook BoisterousBruiser [[TheToblerone Dablone]], Dablone]] (Antonio Sabato), are content to hide underground until everything blows over.
11th Mar '16 10:19:36 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* BigBad: ''1990: The Bronx Warriors'' has the unnamed Vice President of the Manhattan Corporation, who sends [[PsychoForHire Hammer]] to go after Ann.
11th Mar '16 9:39:58 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ShortTitleLongElaborateSubtitle: ''1990: The Bronx Warriors''


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