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I have watched this movie well over 100 times. It is a great action movie, if you like this sort of thing. Jeff Speakman rises above the script with his natural ability and his incredibly fast hands, although the rest of the cast is ordinary (especially the girl lead...how boring!). I have sure seen worse action movies from the same era, and a TON of them since ("The Bourne Identity" and it's rotten sequel, for instance). Sure, it's not meant to be high art, but for an action movie with an at-the-time unknown star, it is pretty darn good. I am rather disappointed in Jeff Speakman for leaving a promising career in martial arts movies, but understand he is doing well teaching them instead. Good for him.
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