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Jean-Claude Van Damme,
This movie was shot, but it should have been buried, too.
Ok. No law states that anyone appearing in a Martial Arts flick, must be endowed with copious amounts of acting talent. Most of those who appreciate these films, watch for the fight sequences, and how well they are done. I, myself, love a great actioner. The storyline with Bolo Yeung, and characters "Ruben" and "Nick", is easy enough to digest. As I mentioned, this is not Shakespeare. Yet, this "movie" has no excitement, whatsoever. The actors try, but the fighting sequences were as exciting as watching dust settle on a lampshade.
This, plus ho-hum production values, equals one movie that could replace SLEEP-EZE as America's main relief from insomnia.
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