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This is only the third Cynthia Khan film I've seen so far, and I'm already a big fan of hers - but how could I not be? She is a gorgeous woman, a good fighter, and a decent actress. In fact, I'm giving "Angel on Fire" a "** out of 4" rating basically thanks to her, because it probably deserves less. The plot is incoherent (with more different groups of villains than you'll be able to count), the editing is choppy, and the fighting, while good in spots (the woman who plays the thief arguably steals the show), is not up to par with that you can find in the "In The Line Of Duty" films with Cynthia. And making matters worse, my version was a subtitled one BUT with often illiterate ("How dare you are!") and unreadable (especially when the backgrounds are white) subtitles. A substandard presentation of a substandard movie.
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