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THIS is the pits. From beginning to end, you keep wondering : what the heck is going on ? Who's this guy ? Why are they fighting ? Where is the plot ? IS there a plot ? (Obviously, the answer is : no). The movie is so low-budgeted that they had to use stock-shots inserts from other movies, and the continuity goofs are unbelievable (Come to think of it, the whole movie is a goof). David Carradine is visible three minutes, behind a desk and behind the wheel of a truck. Gary Daniels, who was great in "Twin Dragons", deserves better.
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