Determined as hell to keep Survivor's Eye of the Tiger still in the minds of people everywhere in the 80's, someone must've concocted the idea of making a movie entitled Eye of the Tiger which has ZERO meaning towards the film, yet they are able to use the Survivor song as many times as they want to within it. Disregarding this potential and retarded fact, the movie itself is actually a decent watch. Gary Busey plays Buck, a former Vietnam vet/prison inmate who has finally been released and heads back to his town home town to be with his wife and 3-year-old daughter (hmm, not sure how that happens since he serves 10 years in maximum security). Buck soon realizes that the town is overrun with crazed motorcyclists who run drugs throughout the surrounding desert borders. To make matters worse, the Sheriff (Seymour Cassel in a rather villainous role) helps the bikers and takes bribes. When Buck chases them off before they can rape a girl, the gang sets their sights on him and destroy his home and family, leaving him to seek vengeance, vigilante style! The movie is standard meat and potatoes action fare, and it pretty much gets the job done. Gary Busey is always fun to watch, as are Cassel and Yaphet Kotto who plays Busey's best friend. There's a lot of good material missing from this film, like the established bond Busey shares with a fellow released inmate or the incident that had Busey wrongfully sentences to jail, that I would have liked to have actually seen rather than been told. The action and violence is decent, though there are some surprises that I enjoyed and didn't see coming like a particularly bloody decapitation, or an interrogation involving dynamite, Vaseline, and the anus. All in all, Eye of the Tiger is a fairly good movie. I would have liked it to have a better name though.