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John F. Goff,
I've seen bad 70 and 80's films but this one has to top the list. Despite the cuteness of the female lead Baker, the rest of the film's acting and direction is one huge jumbled mess that has no cohesion. From the creepy father to the bad camera angles and cuts, the film should have been cut down to even less time so we aren't waisting our time.
This is a pretty shocking attempt by famed Asian actor James Hong. I really think he should just stick to what he does best, acting, and not tackle more directing jobs (if he has done more, I will pass on seeing them). Like having Lucas stick to producing and writing and not directing ... they just suck at it.
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