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Jean-Claude Van Damme,
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Moore is in the movie for about 15 minutes, the rest is a re-edited generic kung-fu movie. Has a few funny moments, but after the novelty of the foul-mouthed dubbed-in voiceovers wears off, you're stuck with an old dumb plotless low budget cookie cutter martial arts movie.
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