While Korea is occupied by the Japanese Army in 1933, the resistance plans to kill the Japanese Commander. But their plan is threatened by a traitor within their group and also the enemies' forces are hunting them down.
Until today, I thought that Rachel McLish was the most beautiful female bodybuilder ever to appear in a movie, but now I discovered Sharon Bruneau through "Tonardo Run" and she gives Rachel STRONG competition for that title. Sadly, she doesn't get any opportunities to show her stuff in action scenes. But what action scenes? Most of them are stock footage (from obviously different film stock), and those few that aren't, are completely amateurish. I personally have always found aerial dogfights a little dull, but they have never been duller than in "Tornado Run". The direction is completely unenergetic, and coupled with a music score that sounds as if it came out of a B&W 1940's movie, technical quality so low that you sometimes can't even hear the dialogue, and actors that you've never heard of (and never will), make "Tornado Run" a sleep-inducer. I'm only giving it a 2/10 instead of 1 because of the sexy Sharon; I'm glad to see that she's still working in the film industry (according to IMDb, she was a stunt driver in "Fast And Furious", 2009).
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