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Road House / The Last Dragon fans: Read this!

 Road House Like You've Never Seen It Before (12/5/03)
Road House: The PlaySpending any time in New York City this Christmas? Forget the Rockettes, the tree and Macy's. Cinema Gotham's Gil Jawetz has only one suggestion for you: Go see Timothy Haskell's "brawlsical" stage version of the Patrick Swayze crap-classic Road House. You heard me, Road House has become the kind of legitimate theater that both Willie Shakespeare and Homer Simpson can enjoy. And what's more, this version stars Taimak from another classic 80's film: The Last Dragon, except this time substituting a blonde mullet wig for Jheri curls. So bring the whole family!

Read Cinema Gotham's article on Road House: The Stage Play

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This may be . . . the Event of the Century!

"Pain don't hurt"
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This may be . . . the Event of the Century!

"Pain don't hurt"
That's one of my favorite lines from the movie. That and pretty much any line that comes out of Sam Elliot's mouth.
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My favorite line is from Hardcore Legend Terry Funk when he says to Sam Elliot "Mind your business, Dad!"

I wonder who plays the Funker in the stage adapatation? Steve Lombardi?

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