"Moving Target" starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson? Filmed in the beautiful city of Galway on the west coast of Ireland. This wonderful piece of cinema follows Don's character as he moves to ... See full summary »
"Moving Target" starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson? Filmed in the beautiful city of Galway on the west coast of Ireland. This wonderful piece of cinema follows Don's character as he moves to Ireland to pursue a relationship with the woman whom he met online. In order to impress her father, he buys a six-pack of Beamish Irish Stout. Unfortunately for Don, the bottles contain firing pins for nuclear warheads destined for the IRA and now they want them back. Ass kicking and chase scenes follow. Written by
Stupid actors in a stupid story in a beautiful country!
If you've ever been to Ireland you will never forget it. The wide and green landscapes, the beautiful coasts and mountains, the friendly people, the traditional pubs and places... and there have been many good film coming from or being located in Ireland. So one might wonder why this stupid action movies has been filmed and produced in Ireland? No word about the story, but as martial arts b-movie fighter Don "The Dragon" Wilson - not the youngest actor anymore - gets into a stupid plot with mafia clans, FBI agents, martial arts gangsters and hostages, you really wonder why it didn't take place in L.A. or other well-known American action movie settings.
The locations are the only outstanding facts about this film. Whenever one of the stupidly acting muscle fighters appears, you just wish them away and would like to see more of the lovely harbors and landscapes and sheep... and when the film is over, you wonder why they haven't shown more of the beautiful sites of Ireland and just haven't erased the whole plot and actors from the film... the whole film could have been a really nice holiday documentary.
My suggestion - skip this movie and get a more interesting documentary about Ireland from your video store. You won't regret it.
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