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John Sacksteder <email@example.com>
Actually better that American Yakuza, even if it feature a strip club with no stripping. Sheesh!
Michael Rooker is an ex-cop trying to take care of his daughter Chelsea, played by Danielle Harris (Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, "That's Life", "The Wild Thornberrys", Halloween 4 & 5). He joins up with Ryo Ishibashi to take out a mobster to protect her.
Lots of shooting and the opening with Bob Goldthwait was a real riot. He really blows!
Also features the late Vincent Schiavelli.
One of many Pulp Fiction knockoffs, but it really is funny.
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