Sean and Billie are undercover cops and martial arts masters. Investigating the death of a cop, they uncover a deadly ring of murder and corruption at a glitzy nightclub where the rich are entertained by seductive women and protected by martial arts experts. Billie goes undercover to infiltrate the crime ring, leading to an explosive finale.Written by
Released theatrically in the Philippines, where Cynthia Rothrock was already an A-list actress. See more »
Near the end, around 1:26, while cop Wincott is fighting bad guy boss Johansson, the latter is wielding a pipe that gets stuck vertically in a floor grate, but he's still holding one in a brief cut a second later that was obviously inserted out of sequence. See more »
[flashes her police badge to mall security after she beats up three thugs who attack her]
A little late guys. And I'm supposed to be on vacation.
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Performed by Jimmy Roland
Written by Bruce Allan Gold & Tim Horrigan
Buck Young Music/Dreams of Gold Music See more »
One of the better B-movies out there.
There are plenty of low budget martial arts flicks in the world, many of which are total embarrassments. Thankfully, this is not one of them. Martial Law II has a plot that's simple enough to be believable but also has a few bits of creativity thrown in to make it distinguishable but not stupid. Furthermore, the actors do a good enough job with their roles to make the viewer suspend their disbelief and care about what's happening. And, of course, there's plenty of fighting throughout the movie to make it fun. It's not a great movie, but considering the limited amount of stories one can do with this genre of films, it's pretty unique and makes for an entertaining watch on a Saturday afternoon.
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