Taking various elements from La Femme Nikita, Charlie's Angels and numerous women-in-prison movies, Guardian Angel is a hodge-podge for sure. The film begins with internecine conflicts between Interpol and the Hong Kong police, and throws into the mix three reasonably-hot female agents who are actually assassins. The "plot" follows efforts by Interpol to kill rampant drug lords using the female agents, while Hong Kong police try to intercede. That's it. Think no more about the plot, as it is almost non-stop action and surprisingly explicit nudity (which would probably rate an NC-17). The violent action, while not up to highly technical standards, is still constant. It appears everyone in Manilla and Hong Kong knows karate and carries heavy weaponry! I also guess that this movie is culled from shorter features (possibly a TV series?) as the ending is abrupt, and does not come to a final conclusion (however, the final "shot" should please Charles Bronson fans!) Recommended for the mindless entertainment that it is.
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