|The theatrical one-sheet for Andy Sidaris' Picasso Trigger, 1988.|
While this film isn't going to make you feel smarter in any way, it's entertaining to see downtown Shreveport on the big-screen circa 1988. In one scene, what is now the Capital One tower is used as a Parisian art gallery. While a shady art collector smokes outside, he's gunned down by an assassin in a motorcycle sidecar, firing from the Chamber of Commerce lawn. Whether intentionally or unintentionally, Picasso Trigger is a very funny film. For Shreveport-Bossier residents, much of the fun will lie in spotting local locations and local people.
Due to an absurd amount of partial nudity, gunfire, heavy artillery, exploding helicopters, exploding motorcycles, exploding cars, and exploding hovercraft (boy, did these guys hate transportation!), the film is very much rated R.
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