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Written by Alan Mirikitani
Performed by Buddah Heads
Produced by Alan Mirikitani
Published by Full Keel Music Co. (ASCAP)/Mirikitani Publishing (ASCAP)
All rights administered by Full Keel Music Co.
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formulaic thriller with martial arts and psychometry
I can see the script committee meeting before this film was made. "Let's have a thriller. We'll have a female protagonist.let's make her a cop; no, a lawyer; no, a psychologist. Let's give this one psychic powers and make her an expert in wu shu. And we'll make her a blonde with long legs." The result of that little meeting is this film. You know what's coming next. You've already figured out who Mr Big is, as soon as the words "Mr Big" are first uttered.
On the plus side, the fight scenes are pretty good, and Cynthia Rothrock is an efficient actress. The film is watchable if you have nothing else to do.
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