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Badly produced film in the endless Italian action genre. This film scrapes even the barrel of 80s Italian cinema. Unconvincing in every respect, the acting is almost as bad as the dubbing and the production values are almost as bad as the European locations posing as the middle east. A movie which seems to be utterly useless, a complete waste of time and cannot be recommended. Not even fun, it is simply tedious and boring from start to finish and doesn't fit into the so bad it's good category. Footage of Miami was actually shot for an earlier film "Thunder Squad" directed by Umberto Lenzi. Luigi Mezzanotte (here credited as Conrad Nichols) worked with director Tonino Ricce (here Anthony Richmond) on the equally terrible "Thor: The Conqueror". Thankfully, both seem to have crawled back into the woodwork of Italian cinema and haven't bothered us since.
A truly awful film, not worth any amount of money. There are many fun Italian B-pictures, but this is not one of them. This is a grade Z movie and is just as bad as it sounds.
If there was a 0 out of 10, this would get it, but I'll have to settle for a complimentary 1 out of 10.
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