Two pals tired of being losers and constantly rejected by women, decide to change their lives with learning martial arts. Through hard work they become kung fu masters, role models, find ... See full summary »
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Ronald L. Marchini,
Daniel and Clara are on a vacation in Italy. In the form of the mysterious "Sandman" Coppola, a figure from Daniel's childhood, returns to haunt him, while he succumbs to an obsessive love with an enigmatic woman of strange beauty.
This a very low budget action flick that I recently bought at Wal-Mart for a dollar. I want my dollar back! Filmed in Stockton, California, for the price of two used Jeeps (there's one of them on the DVD cover!) and a whole lot of blank ammunition, the "plot" involves a cop saving damsels in distress and fighting off and with mutant thugs in a post-global warming apocalyptic landscape where half the population is dead and the most of the rest are in hiding, attempting to ride out the emergency.
The star is one of these "action film stars" that you've never heard of, similar to Don Mogavero; look up his deets. The guy in this movie, Ron Marchini has a number of martial arts movies to his credit, including "Death Machines" from 1976, which I already own, but Ron M. would have to go about ten rungs up the career ladder to be equivalent to Dolph Lundgren.
The only reason to buy this film is if you have a collection of post-apocalypse movies and just have to own every single one. Or you're an Adam West fanatic. (Yes, Adam West is second billed in this movie.) Otherwise, please pass this by. You're a glutton for punishment if you don't.
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