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Terminator Woman (1993)

R | | Action | 30 June 1993 (USA)
Two martial arts-oriented cops (Sheperd and Trimble) track down a drug lord (Qissi).

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Sgt. Jay Handlin
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Sgt. Julie A. Parish
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Alex Gatelee
Ashley Hayden ...
Myra Bolo
Ted Le Plat ...
Sgt. Fetz Deverenter (as Ted Leplat)
Siphiwe Mlangeni ...
Charlie
Len Sparrowhawk ...
Ree Marsales
Kimberleigh Stark ...
Lianna
Graham Clarke ...
Inspector Palan
Nikade Ribane ...
Hannan
Justin Byleveld ...
Benny
Kiki Architto ...
Geo
Dudley Du Plessis ...
Nathan
Isaac Mavimbela ...
Nalo
Robert Davies ...
Sgt. James De Jong
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Two martial arts-oriented cops (Sheperd and Trimble) track down a drug lord (Qissi).

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Rated R for strong violence including a rape, sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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Alex Gatelee: You were to make sure the job was done. I pay you very well, Myra! Remember: you work for me!... I'll pay you an additional 40,000.
Myra Bolo: Rupees? Dollars?...
Alex Gatelee: Francs... French!
Myra Bolo: Swiss!
Alex Gatelee: Done.
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Body Talk
Written by Norma Helms & Mitch Bottler
Arranged by Bruce Cassidy
Sung by Jennifer Jones
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Kicks-a-plenty!
1 July 2011 | by (Williamsburg, VA) – See all my reviews

Bickering California cops Jay Handlin (ex-kickboxing champ Jerry Trimble) and Julie A. Parish (ex-karate champ Karen Sheperd) have to escort a witness back to South Africa because he knows the hidden location of a gold stash belonging to crime boss Alex Gatelee (Michel Qissi, who also directs). Why do these two cops dislike each other? Seems Jay handed Julie her ass in a mixed karate finals a few years back. Really. So when Julie is kidnapped by Gatelee's men, Jay kinda starts looking for her to save her. Don't get your hopes up (like I did) and think you are going to get a robotic woman kicking ass in this a la LADY TERMINATOR (1989). Julie just happens to be a lady who terminates with no cyborg connotations to be had. Aw shucks. Believe it or not, this is the first leading role vehicle I've seen for both Trimble and Sheperd. Both of them are quite good at what they do (kicking, punching, doing the splits) and aren't as stiff as some of their contemporaries. Trimble kind of looks like an Estevez/Michael Douglas hybrid, but he throws some pretty amazing kicks that put him on the level of someone like Hwang Jang Lee. Perhaps the most surprising thing about the film is that debuting director Qissi - better known as KICKBOXER's Tong Po - knows how to shoot some effective fight scenes. I guess all the time spent hanging out with Van Damme paid off. He does have a bit more trouble in the plot dynamics as Jay doesn't really seem to be looking too hard for his missing partner and is absolutely no help in her escape at the end. He does kick Gatelee onto a stalagmite though.


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