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Double-crossed by those he trusted the most, a newbie government hit man discovers that he's the target for the world's most dangerous assassin and so begins a ruthless game of kill first of be killed.
Mathew John Pearson
It doesn't take long to see this a B-grade, amateurish flick with a flimsy, clichéd, underdeveloped script that seems like it got used before the author had finished writing major sections of it, and it just stalls a number of times, seeming to not know what to do. Notably absent is good music that could create a mood to cover other deficiencies. Its like watching dailies or audition tapes at times. None of the characters are ever fleshed out in anything but a trite, superficial way that's often laughable; instead, there's a lot of dead air to think about how things that should have dramatic weight have none. Still, the movie isn't entirely a waste if you like the "girls with guns" genre. Mika Shigeizumi as Junko puts in a convincing performance as one of the assassins who enjoys her work a little too much and some of the action is well done.
But for something good in this genre see So Close (2002) or Naked Killer (1992), or perhaps a Moon Lee and Cynthia Khan movie like The Avenging Quartet (1992) or A Serious Shock! Yes Madam! (1992).
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