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City Dragon (1995)

| Action, Comedy
Martial-artist Ray should focus more on pregnant girlfriend, Tina. However, many others are in the picture, including (but not limited to): Tina's ex-boyfriend; Ray's sexually-discriminating boss-lady; and two homies.

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Ray (as MC Kung Fu)
Kathy Barbour ...
Tina
'Philthy' Phil Phillips ...
Philthy (as Philthy Phil)
John Williams ...
Rick
John J. Haran ...
John (as J. Haran)
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Vicky
Millicent Ally ...
Cheri
Earl Monroe ...
Rene
Demetria LeBlanc ...
Sherri Lea ...
Blonde In Parking Lot
J. Bernard Kighten ...
Papa
Scott Ellifritt ...
Jack
Deva ...
Ray Ray
Leo Fox ...
Man with Boombox
Elizabeth Barris ...
Nurse (as Liz Barriss)
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Martial-artist Ray should focus more on pregnant girlfriend, Tina. However, many others are in the picture, including (but not limited to): Tina's ex-boyfriend; Ray's sexually-discriminating boss-lady; and two homies.

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O Dragão das Ruas  »

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'Philthy' Phil Phillips's name is spelled four different ways in the opening credits: Philthy Phil as actor, Phil Philips as writer, Philip Phillips as producer, and 'Philthy' Phil Phillips as director. See more »

Quotes

Vangie: [after reading Ray's farewell poem] That rhyming fuck!
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Featured in Movie Nights: City Dragon (2011) See more »

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Playing Days Are Over
Written and performed by Mr. Animation
Produced by Wayne L.S. and Mr. Animation
Courtesy of Swooper Records
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It really is that bad.
29 August 2010 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

I understand that this was a comedy with martial arts action, but really, where was the good comedy and good martial arts action? I never saw it at all. I did see a ton of horrible acting and forced crappy comedy. The martial arts in the film was almost as impressive as TMNT, but without the fun of the turtles. Everything about this movie made me ashamed that I even considered watching it. I do believe that if I was given the option to watch this film again or have my first born killed in a very torturous way, I'd consider the latter. And I do love my first born very much. This movie may be one of the few films in the world that Michael Bay could do a remake of and it would turn out much better than the first. If stick figures were used to reenact all the action in the film it'd be better. The closest thing to a saving grace in this film is the rapping. That rocked the movie, but did not give it enough to make the thing worth watching.

I would never suggest this film to anyone unless you fully want your eyes to bleed and your ears to explode.


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