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Robert M. Young
Edward James Olmos,
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A terrible film, but one that compels the viewer to finish watching it with its hypnotic terrible-ness.
A young Latina has a gift for boxing (though you wouldn't know it from the fight sequences), and decides to carry on boxing after her cop father/trainer dies. She KOs the formidable ladies' champion and is a hero.
Fun things to watch for: the scene where the heroine is sparring with the smart-aleck who keeps knocking her down. She gets hit....pause...her head snaps back. Badly timed! The scene where the "champ" dances to "Don't Mess With Me," a stupid song obviously written and recorded for this film. The scene where dad talks to the armed punks in the alley.
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