As your attorney I advise you to get this movie, a vcr, a motel room, some Acapulco shirts, 2 guns, a pound of pot, and 3 sheets of acid.Now you're ready for this film.
"But J, it won't make sense if I take all that."
Don't worry, it won't make much sense anyway. The story follows a circa 1970's photographer, and his Samoan(?) lawyer to Las Vegas for a motorbike rally. They carry with them a suitcase filled to the brim with enough narcotics to make Cheech and Chong look like amatuers.
They find themselves basically trading off as to who is more fucked up. And, of course, the hook of the film is that sometimes you get to see things like they do. Other times you get to see how oddly they look to everyone else. It's really an interesting idea for a film, although some may find it is "too tripped out" for them, as I have heard from a few.
All in all a decent film, although it does lack in some parts. The music is awesome, the special effects leave little to be desired (in case I fucked up, I meant they are good), the part that gets me is that films like these often have strange endings and F&L doesn't disappoint there. Check it out sometime if you're into this sort of thing.I'd tell you about the bats, but you'll see them soon enough.