Yong is a member of a gang led by Eric. Yong had been raised by Eric since he left the orphanage. A martial arts fighter, Yong helps rescue Lily one day. She has an interest in her but his ... See full summary »
Two drug enforcement agents are killed on a private Hawaiian island. Donna and Taryn, two operatives for The Agency, accidentally intercept a delivery of diamonds intended for drug lord ... See full summary »
The year is 1987. Motorcycle ninjas tighten their grip on Florida's narcotics trade, viciously annihilating anyone who dares move in on their turf. Multi-national martial arts rock band Dragon Sound have had enough, and embark on a roundhouse wreck-wave of crime-crushing justice. When not chasing beach bunnies or performing their hit song "Against the Ninja," Mark (taekwondo master/inspirational speaker Y.K. Kim) and the boys are kicking and chopping at the drug world's smelliest underbelly. It'll take every ounce of their blood and courage, but Dragon Sound can't stop until they've completely destroyed the dealers, the drunk bikers, the kill-crazy ninjas, the middle-aged thugs, the "stupid cocaine"...and the entire MIAMI CONNECTION!!! Written by
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 »
When one of the gang members pours beer on the Dragon Sound members heads, John obviously leans in so the guy can reach him. See more »
[Tom is at the beach checking out all the women]
They don't make buns like that down at the bakery.
See more »
I was attending the school in central Florida where it was filmed at the time so I'm one of the few people who actually saw this movie in a theater when it came out. Such fond memories -- a friend and I still quote this movie to each other. Dialog, acting, plot, fight scenes, direction; all uniformly bad. The audience was laughing so hard at some points that we couldn't hear the dialog; even during a touching scene where one character was tearfully describing how he became estranged from his father (Y. K. Kim's classic response was one we still quote: "I did not know... you had a father.").
I feel a little guilty for slamming the movie here; by all accounts, Y. K. Kim is a decent and charitable guy. He just has no business making movies.
I doubt this movie is that available, but is probably worth a viewing for pure camp value, with a group of drunk friends.
20 of 30 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?