It's 1790 and British Naval Commander Redway is driven by greed for money and will stop at nothing to get it. His second in command, David Robinson, questions his allegiance when Redway ... See full summary »
The dubbing is up to the usual asinine Silver Star standard (especially in the case of James Gaines, who utters his lines in very, very sad jive), scenes of people hanging out in discos (ogling at the compulsory stripper) and bowling alleys take forever and the "action", when it finally kicks in, is about as thrilling as Terms of Endearment.
That being said, Gallardo was a slightly more professional director than another Silver Star prodigy, Teddy Page. At the very least the film has a semi-coherent plot and doesn't look like it was shot and edited by a blind man.
The majority of the Silver Star All Stars are present. Romano Kristoff (giving a particularly silly performance as an Italian karate expert), James Gaines, Mike Monty who has hardly any lines and Ronnie Patterson showing up for a brief bit in the beginning. Richard Harrison looks as tired and disgusted as he did in all of his Filipino films.
The disco scenes recycle the wonderful music from the disco scenes in Fireback.
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