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Flight to Danger (1995)

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A female martial arts team returns from a Parisian competition only to find the mysterious box they have been asked to bring back is sought by gangsters... at peril to their lives.
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Marcy
Gina Jourard ...
Dylan
Lynn Eglash Reynaud ...
Alex
Barbara Minardi ...
Claudia
Sandra Brown ...
Trudy
Morgana Rae ...
Chelsey (as Morgana S. Rasch)
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Sensei Robn
Loren Schmalle ...
Greg
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Nick
Darrin Singleton ...
Steve
Rod Kei ...
Flavio
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A female martial arts team returns from a Parisian competition only to find the mysterious box they have been asked to bring back is sought by gangsters... at peril to their lives.

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Not that bad!
24 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

OK, so it's pretty bad. But you can laugh at the badness. The sound fades in and out, the picture gets all choppy sometimes, and it's hard to work out why certain scenes are included. But the fights are top notch, and the mystery surrounding what is in the box will keep you glued to the screen.

People start to get killed by 'mobsters' after not delivering some disks, but we're not really sure why they are delivering the disks in the first place, or why they don't just hand them over to the baddies when their delivery target is killed.

The hangover scene is a piece of impromptu genius.

Overall it's not good but if it makes you laugh it's not a 1. It's a 2.


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