Two feuding brothers (one a policeman, the other a martial arts expert) of different political views, join forces to avenge the death of their father, a retired agent, killed by the mafia. Written by
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Keith Vitali's character (Casey Alexander) has a plaster-cast on his arm throughout the entire movie. This was because Keith actually broke his arm in the audition for the movie. The whole plaster-cast bit was used throughout the movie and explained in the beginning (he apparently hurts his arm in the Bank robbery scene). See more »
At the very start of the film, when all the police cars are lined up outside the bank, the camera car is reflected in the fenders of the police vehicles as it drives slowly past. See more »
Come on Will. I don't think you're a failure, just a little strange.
What do you mean?
It's the man's birthday and you show up in Khruschev's jacket!
[referring to the Soviet flag on the back of Will's jacket]
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This was to me the best movie in it's 5 part series you can say. Two brothers constantly at each others throats until their father dies, which eventually brings them together. Ron Hunter displayed some very good martial arts techniques. The acting was not that good at all, but then would you rather have good acting and bad fight scenes (Matrix Reloaded, Matrix Revolution, Cradle to the Grave) or bad acting good fight scenes ( Blood Moon, Super Fighter, and Drive). If you are not an acting snob then please by all means give this a shot. If acting plays a big part to you then I would say don't really bother, but if you like good fight scenes this is a definite looker.
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