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Sunland Heat (2004)

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Alex Van Hagen ...
Jennifer
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Matthews
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Daniel / Danny (as Jay Richardson)
André Lima ...
John Paul
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Jackie
Halder Gomes ...
Carlos
Odilon Camargo ...
Roy
Alexandre Picarelli ...
Mark
Alexia Bringhetti ...
Diane (as Alexia Valle)
Amadeu Maia ...
Bob (as Amadeu Maya)
Renata Pimentel ...
Street fighter
João Neto ...
Casino Manager
Heric Carvalho ...
Water Park bartender
Gláucia Soares ...
Water Park waitress
Fernanda Zeballos ...
Doctor
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She Fought For Glory... Now She's Fighting For Her Life!


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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »
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9 August 2005 (USA)  »

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Dragoness  »

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Loren Avedon had been part of the film's conception and was set to appear in it, but pulled out during pre-production and was replaced by J.J. Perry. Avedon's reasons for leaving included misgivings about Alex Van Hagen being cast in the lead role. See more »

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Fighting for my life
Written by Halder Gomes
Composed by Marcio Rocha
Performed by Débora Cidrack (vocals), Daniel Lopes (drums), Luís Miguel Caldas (bass guitar),
and Marcio Rocha (electric guitar, synthesizer, and back vocals)
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Poor Acting, But It's Watchable.
7 September 2005 | by (United States Minor Outlying Islands) – See all my reviews

"Sunland Heat" is a average action movie. Alex Van Hagen is Jennifer. She leaves her abusive husband Daniel (Jay Richardson) and goes into hiding in Brazil. Jennifer then meets Matthews (J.J. Perry) and she falls for him. Daniel won't leave without a fight and kidnaps Jennifer's daughter and sends goons after her. Can she escape from his clutches?

The acting is very weak. Everybody goes over the top especially Jay Richardson and Alex Van Hagen. But the fight sequences are decently filmed, and the locations look great.

In the end: The acting isn't the best, but the fight scenes are OK and because of that it's worth seeing once.

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