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Roller Blade Warriors: Taken by Force (1989)

R | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
In the future, a warrior nun on roller skates must rescue a seer, who is to be sacrificed by a band of mutants.

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In the future, a warrior nun on roller skates must rescue a seer, who is to be sacrificed by a band of mutants.

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Kathleen Kinmont, and Elizabeth Kaitan
9 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

A B-movie classic with Kathleen Kinmont, Elizabeth Kaitan, and other actors who just give terrific performances to a movie with a limited budget. Without Kathleen Kinmont, and Elizabeth Kaitan this movie would have failed to keep me interested. The other "Roller Blade," movies which I have seen were not very appealing to say the least, but this one has a spectacular script--which is simple...yet profound. I hoped that Kathleen Kinmont, and Elizabeth Kaitan would have teamed up in future sequels, but that did not happen; instead other actors were used, and the appeal just dropped for me. Although I have seen other Kathleen Kinmont, and Elizabeth Kaitan movies that the both of them have made "Roller Blade Warriors: Taken By Force," is the classic I will remember them by the most.


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