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I admit I was being sceptic about this movie, but since I only paid about $3.50 for the DVD I was all game. I didn't expect much - only good fight scenes ( I mean Cynthia Rothrock, her boyfriend (at that time) George Chung, Richard Norton, Bill "Superfoot" Wallace and Chuck JEffries)
But that movie is so much more! First of all - there IS a story, which might not be worth an Oscar, but considering it's a B-movie, it's actually good.
Nobody in the production claims to be an actor - but if you give the film a chance, wait until Rothrock enters the scene. From that moment on the movie gets better and better.
This movie never takes itself seriously. Especially the endfight is just so much fun. I think I never laughed so hard about an action B-movie! Soo great!
**Disclaimer: You should like action/martial-arts-B-movies. Although it's extremely funny, it's not a standard comedy and does not intend to be.
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