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Lethal Force (2001)

After his wife is murdered and his son kidnapped, a gangster is forced to betray his best friend who is also a deadly killer, in this raucous, off-the-wall satire that is to action films ... See full summary »

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Frank Prather ...
Jack
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Rita (as Patricia Williams)
Cash Flagg Jr. ...
Savitch
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Mal Locke
J. Patrick Collins Jr. ...
Patrick
Allison Jacobson ...
Ron Lincoln ...
Rocco
Lori Boyd ...
Linda
Judy W. Chen ...
Sarah (as Judy Chen)
Jen Dunkelberger ...
New girl Suzy
Donald Vick ...
Tenelli
Demetrius Parker ...
Kwesi
Cris Dinwiddie ...
Mokele
Mikal Wellon ...
Duane Rouch ...
Brother John
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After his wife is murdered and his son kidnapped, a gangster is forced to betray his best friend who is also a deadly killer, in this raucous, off-the-wall satire that is to action films what Scream (1996) is to horror movies. Written by Anonymous

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In this town, two wrongs don't make you right - THEY MAKE YOU EVEN!

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7 July 2002 (USA)  »

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Alvin Ecarma's Lethal Force  »

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Mona Dervish: His parents tried everything... some of the finest orthodontal specialists in Europe. Nothing worked... Just another symptom of life in this supersonic age.
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This movie will rock your world.
9 August 2002 | by (Phoenix, Arizona) – See all my reviews

I had the good fortune of catching a screening of this film at this year's Tromadance Film Festival in Park City Utah. This movie is the quintessential exploitation-flick satire. It goofs on everything from A Better Tomorrow to Terms of Endearment. Or was was that Foxy Brown it was making fun of? At any rate, gorehounds, fans of hong kong cinema, and even the ladies can all enjoy this film immensely. There is something for everybody in this gem. I also was fortunate enough to meet the writer/director Alvin Ecarma, and I found him to be a passionate filmmaker with obviously very large aspirations. This assessment proves once again Filipino Directors from Washington DC are indeed second to none in the world of moviemaking. Can't wait until the sequel!!!


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