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Cui hua kuang mo (1993)

Kristi Jones (Cynthia Rothrock) avenges her sister's death at the hands of a crazed martial arts rapist.


(as Godfrey Hall)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Don Niam ...
John Miller ...
Nick DiMarco
Donna Jason ...
Jennifer Simmons
Sunny David ...
Emille Davazac ...
Hang Yip Yim ...
Richard Yuen ...
Ryko (as Ricky Yuen)
Gerald Klein ...
Mike (as Jerald Klein)
William Buckley ...
Police Captain
Mike Sutton ...
Police Undercover
Lou (as Michael Walter)
Linn Thai ...
Eagle Lee
Shelton Lee ...
Scott Shelton ...


Kristi Jones (Cynthia Rothrock) avenges her sister's death at the hands of a crazed martial arts rapist.

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Out of the ring, into the fire... in a fight to the finish See more »


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Release Date:

29 September 1993 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A legyőzhetetlen  »

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John Miller and Don Niam underwent considerable bodybuilding to prepare for their roles. The oft-derided quality of their showdown is partially attributable to both performers actively flexing in every shot with their shirts off, making their movements noticeably stiff. See more »


When Dr. Simmons phones Greg to give him a possible address for their suspect she arranges to meet him there but doesn't give him the address. Shortly afterwards they both turn up there. See more »


[Stingray is looking in the mirror with his shirt off]
Stingray: Anna, I'll find *you.*
[Stingray sprays red streaks in his hair]
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"Keep an eye out for THIS"
10 September 2008 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

OK, Let me begin by saying that if you don't get the reference in the above comment, you haven't seen the end of this movie. If you haven't seen the end of this movie, you actually are missing out on the experience of a lifetime.

Like many people, I was introduced to this movie through the internet - in fact, the video I watched was tagged 'worst fight scene of all time'. I sat there and watched maybe the most amazingly awful fight scene ever for the best four odd minutes of my life. Never has something so undeniably bad been so entertaining. I, of course, opted to get the film however I could. It just so happened that a friend of mine shared my passion, and purchased this on Amazon.

So, the film itself. It stars essentially a bunch of actorss no mainstream movie fan will know, with the exception of Cynthia Rothrock of course. John Miller, Don Niam and Don Niam's mullet fill in the remaining main character spots. It has been said before, but just so you know Cynthia Rothrock is the best actor in this movie. This is saying something, because her acting is at times melodramatic (at best) and downright over the top at worst - see the morgue scene for an example of that.

John Miller plays Sergeant Nick DeMarco, delivering such gems as 'You have the right to remain silent...so do me a favor and shut up!' He may be a terrible actor (this is his last movie appearance according to this site) but he definitely helps the film on its path to greatness.

Don Niam, Don Niam, Don Niam. I actually do not know what to say. Any of the actual non-fighting scenes he appears in are pure gold. He essentially plays an emotionally disturbed champion fighter 'Stingray' who loses it when his wife leaves him, then goes around killing people who look like her. And removing their eyes for good measure. I actually won't spoil his most entertaining scenes, but be prepared for such things as a HILARIOUSLY badly acted flashback to his childhood, and the disturbing underlying fact that he essentially has a hardon for his own mother.

As a cheesy 90' action movie, this film would not be complete without its fight sequences. The early fights are hilarious, due more so to the dialogue during them (the 'something for free' scene springs to mind). By and large, the fights scenes are terrible bar a few. The martial arts demonstration scenes are possibly the most professional thing about this film, and the Stingray vs. Random car park guy fight actually features camera-work and a fighting move that's suspiciously similar to one of Mortal Kombat's fatalities.

The final fight, the aforementioned 4 minutes of pure, raw manliness, is also hilarious as well as entertaining. Who exactly doesn't like the idea of arbitrarily ripping your shirt off for a fight? I also love how Godfrey Ho half-assedly attempted to introduce some kind of ironic resolution in that stingray ends up getting a nail and a hook in the eye, after all those eyes he so gruesomely removed himself. Instead of realising this, the audience is more likely to react in some way akin to 'wait a minute, did he just get lifted that high of the ground by a freaking HOOK? in the EYE?' OK, so the acting is bad, choreography terrible (see the final fight again, in which the closeups look so very fake) and the plot itself is weak. However, it is a B movie and it shows. If you look past all the bogey bits, and see the actual hilarious spectacle that is Undefeatable, you'll have friends over for a side splitting evening of sheer (if homoerotic) manliness.

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