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The 30 second trailer for this film contains all the action that you will see in this movie. I felt as if I was tricked into watching a soap opera while watching "Fist of the Warrior". Ho-Sung Pak is adept in the fight scenes.... all three of them, but doesn't really offer anything spectacular. The problem is there is not nearly enough action in this movie and there is nothing else to hold the viewer's interest for the remaining 85 minutes of this 88 minute movie. Just a bunch of nonsense about mobsters, a crooked cop and his drunk wife, a strip club, and flashbacks of the hero and his girlfriend who have no chemistry whatsoever. If you are looking for a martial arts movie about a guy who gets revenge after his girlfriend's death, this is isn't your movie. If you want a soap opera about said events, this still isn't your movie because it sucks.
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