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Y.K. Kim' was disappointed with the original cut of the film. He wanted to reshoot some scenes but Woo-sang Park had already returned to South Korea. So Kim read book on film directing. He enlisted his co-star Joseph Diamand to write new scenes even though he had no writing experience. Diamand read books on screenwriting. See more »
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Listen to me. I don't want to have any trouble. I just get the job from agent. Don't bother us.
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This has to be one of the best bad movies ever made. My friend found the cover for this movie online and we just had to see it. Wow, nothing will prepare you for all the cheesy 80's awesomeness, the genuine confusion, and incredible quotes(Oh my God!). Why are the bad guys trying to kill these guys? I forgot half way through the movie, something about ninjas and cocaine I think. They're in a band, really? A ninja band!? Well technically it's Tae Kwon Do, but who cares. Those songs will stick with you the rest of your life, they're not half bad either, super catchy with ridiculous lyrics.
Y.K. Kim, God bless you. You are a stand up guy in real life, an ambassador for martial arts, an enthusiastic American immigrant, and have created something that encapsulates the absurdity that is the 1980's. This movie has to be seen by lovers of camp everywhere. No joke, it will change your life.
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