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Julie K. Smith
A skillful fighter who works as a mechanic goes with his friend to a rich guy's villa where illegal fighting is being organizes. It should be easy money, but the friend gets killed and now the mechanic wants revenge on the people involved.
Richard W. Munchkin
Sam J. Jones
To properly judge this movie, you shouldn't take it seriously at all. It is another example of an low budget fighting movie. If you take a closer look at the movies of Bruce Lee or Jacky Chan (or any karate movie at all), you won't find any bit of reality or sense in there, all "Hong-Kong made" with horrible re-recorded sound. Hellavalot of "punch-punch-punch" and our beloved hero gloriously walks out in the end with some candy-girl by his side. But this movie, (I'll be honest) I did really liked. It has some touch of "bad-humor", watching this movie I kept on laughing, I don't know but it's stuffed with all possible kind of "karate-cliche" which makes it lot's of fun to watch. The "special" effects are adorable, it's fun to see it, it's really is. And all that enthusiastic people involved in this movie, fantastic. I put this DVD into my Comedy section, same reason you can't put "Welcome to the Jungle" to the drama section, do you? So, if you like B-Movies or low budget pictures from the 80's, than this is your thing. It has some nostalgic elements from the 80,s.
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