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Charles T. Kanganis
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Kevin Michael Richardson
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Policewoman Vicki leads a police action against drug dealer Salvador. Salvador gets away, but Vicki acquires his drugs worth $5 million. Due to the many police losses, she is taken of the case and replaced by her husband Al. Nevertheless, she continues to hunt Salvador down who is now making havoc to regain his drugs. Written by
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Despite the endless violence, I nearly fell asleep.
Traci does her best playing a feminist hero here. And to be fair, the whole cast gave their all. But the director REALLY goofed.
Piling car chase after fistfight after senseless killing on top of each other will not guarantee a thriller. It seemed that they just decided to kill several cops when they couldn't think of anything better to film.
Angelo Tiffe made a great villain here. You did want to see him die. But early, so you wouldn't have to watch this heap of celluloid.
And whose idea was it to put classical music on the sound track? It did not help.
Violent and boring. Bad combo people.
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