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A boy, Peter McCrea, witnesses a gangland murder. He turns to his martial arts teacher, Young Park, to help defend him from the gangsters. On the run from both the gang and the police, Peter learns self-defense and the courage to face his fears. Written by
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Young Park's (Julian Jung Lee) fights are certainly the highlights of this film, especially the two fights with Crest (Mark Steven Grove).
Park fights in alleys, up and down staircases, while handcuffed, in a hospital gown, and on snow-cover mountains while wounded. Action fans will find the fights and the car chases they love. While My Samurai is not Academy Award material and the script has a few holes (and whomever picked some of the music should be shot), there is some good solid acting in between.
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