Lee stars in this movie, as he did in 3 other movies for Catalina, all shot in 1999 before Brandon moved on to bigger and better things. See also "Fortune Nookie", which is my favorite in this bunch of big gun movies.
Brandon's appearance is famous, and it's not just his face that we remember. An American man of Asian ancestry, Brandon must have had extra milk or hamburgers or something special to make him grow into the fantastic shape he demonstrates in this movie. While lots of big gun movies have been made, ones with an Oriental star are quite rare and therefore a special treat to watch.
Ripped doesn't begin to describe the definition and bulk of his muscles. And that's not just those muscles he can safely show off in the gym. He's a treat to ogle, from the top of his head to tip of his toe, and all parts in between. And there's parts in between that our eyes are bound to linger on.
Wondering how he developed that deep dark all over tan gives new meaning to the word "metaphysics".
Not only do we see all the guns these movie men are packing, we get to see some uses for those guns that we didn't learn on the Boy Scout shooting range. Gives new meaning to the expression "Target practice"! And watching this movie makes you want to draw your own pistol, and make your own pathetic attempt to match these guys on the shooting range.
If you're going to be stuck on a deserted island all alone with no one to practice shooting with, buy this movie and pack your VCR. You'll have fun!