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I haven't seen a Cynthia Rockrock film in a long time, and it only cost me a buck, so what the hell. besides that she shows some skin in this movie.
I have to say that she still has some good moves at 40 and still has one hot bod. Just seeing her smash some bad guys is worth the buck. But, she has slowed down considerably, so don't expect Jet Li action, and the schoolgirl giggling at 40 is really off putting.
Don't expect anything in the way of dialog in the picture. The premise is as corny as Ghost Whisperer and the acting is terrible. She needs to get a scriptwriter that has graduated from high school and knows more that BIFF! POW! BAM! The attempt at humor several times in the pic were lame, and "I'll show you mine, if you show me yours," is bad even if it is karate they are talking about.
Hell, it was just a buck.
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