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A prototype enhanced human, on the run from Chinese-hired hit men, hooks up with a dread-locked bystander, and the two of them elude their pursuers narrowly each time. Written by
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Before Madison picks up the master key cards to the hotel in one shot the keys are fairly spaced out. In the next shot, as Madison lifts up the keys, the other keys are arranged in a different pattern than the previous shot. See more »
What the hell were you doing while I was getting my ass kicked?
I was catching up on an episode of "Walter - the Einstein frog".
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I thought that this movie was excellent, I watched it after a recommendation from a friend.
After a slow first ten minutes when we get introduced to the main characters Toby Wong (an excellent Mark Dacascos)and Malik Brody (equally as good Kadeem Hardison) the action gets under way and doesn't stop until the closing credits.
The jokes come quick and fast throughout and the film only gets better with the introduction of the fantastic but pretty unstable motel worker Deliverance Bodine (Brittany Murphy).
Overall I give it 8/10
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