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If you place any value on two hours of your time, RUN... DO NOT WALK TO THE NEAREST EXIT!
If there is any justice in this world, this title will never disgrace the filmography of the late David Carradine.
I don't know what massive gambling debt or sexual blackmail was used to get this film made, but nothing short of the pain of death would force me to sit through this sh!t again!
This film has all the quality of an Elementary School A/V Club Production... except that any prepubescent child capable of maintaining a C grade average would have destroyed every print of this garbage for fear of never working in film again!
Watching this movie is as painful as a colonoscopy without lube while a bull-dyke squeezes your balls, and a fat, pustule-laden toothless meth-whore drags her skanky toe-jam greasy-cheese stuffed toe-nails across a slate chalk-board, while Paris Hilton sings a Celine Dion cover track of an Inuit throat-singer with laryngitis while Britney sings backup and Bruce Willis plays mouth harp.
If you are morbidly curious about David Carradine's last moments on film, you'll have to fast-forward through the first half of this tripe before he briefly appears and chews a few minutes of screen-time before his demise. Skip it!
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