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I always wanted a sequel too... I think they should have done "Bang Tango and Cash"!

The story of a rock band who are framed for the murder of a drunken groupie and must get Kurt Russell to help them figure out what really happened during that drunken orgy of drugs, sex, and violence! :tumbsup:

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I always wanted a sequel too... I think they should have done "Bang Tango and Cash"!

The story of a rock band who are framed for the murder of a drunken groupie and must get Kurt Russell to help them figure out what really happened during that drunken orgy of drugs, sex, and violence! :tumbsup:

 

 

I always wanted to see a porn version of this called:

 

WANGO TANGO & CASH :quagmire:

 

Starring Megan Fox and Mila Kunis :masturbanana:

Plot:

Who cares!!! ;)

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Sly Stallone and Kurt Russell Gearing Up For ‘Tango & Cash’ Sequel?

by Andy Hunsaker

May 26th, 2010 | 4:31 PM | Comments 3

Sylvester Stallone has made a sixth Rocky and a fourth Rambo, and he’s not done mining his action-star heyday for sequel possibilities just yet. Now there’s talk that both he and Kurt Russell are keen on making a sequel to the action-comedy Tango & Cash, wherein the two played competitive L.A. narcotics cops who get framed for murder by Jack Palance and have to team up to clear their names. Stallone was Ray Tango, a well-dressed financial wizard, Russell was Gabe Cash, the scuzzy-looking wild man, and Teri Hatcher played Ray’s beautiful big-haired exotic-dancer sister, and chances are she could be convinced to come back, too.

 

Sadly, Palance has passed away, so there’s no chance his crimelord character could come back from the dead and eat their brains or anything. But apparently Sly wants to check in with these characters as older guys and see how their chemistry holds up. The original was a fun buddy-cop romp, so maybe they could come up with something just as fun for another go-around. We’ll see how Stallone’s much-anticipated The Expendables turns out first.

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I think the sooner poor old Sly stops making movies the better... but he has given us lots of great memories.

 

What's the name of that guy, I think he was in Tango & Cash with the massive jaw? Here is Australia we have these ice cream ads for Maxibon.... and you need 'jawceps' (a huge fkn jaw) to eat them. Totally off the topic and random but this is how my mind joins things together.

 

Why did we never get a Ferris Bueller sequel?

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Why should Stallone stop making movies when people still enjoy them, and they are still financially successful

The Rambo one, Rocky one and Expendables were all fun movies, easily on a par with his older movies.

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I saw "Tango & Cash" in the theatre back in the day, it was a sh*t load of fun. I have fond memories of the strip tease scene involving the then-unknown "Desperate Housewife" Teri Hatcher, who played Stallone's sister.

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I saw "Tango & Cash" in the theatre back in the day, it was a sh*t load of fun. I have fond memories of the strip tease scene involving the then-unknown "Desperate Housewife" Teri Hatcher, who played Stallone's sister.

 

 

Yea I saw it in the theaters too and LOVED it!!! Terri Hatcher was indeed HOT too!!! :tits:

 

Now if they make a sequel?? You best believe I WILL See that in the theaters too!!!! :tumbsup:

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I honestly can't remember this film, though I'm sure I saw it back in the day. I wonder if Kurt Russell's turning down a role in 'The Expendables' would have had any impact on the chance of the sequel?

 

Anyway, Teri Hatcher. Wasn't she a prize... until she actually took those cans out and ruined the illusion for everyone. If there was ever anyone who should have kept the mystery alive...

 

As for these types of movies still being made, I'd never pay to see or own one, but they're still pretty good harmless fun when you do get around to seeing them.

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And who could ever forget FUBAR???

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