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Two kids with martial arts training and their black belt father rescue a female professor from gangsters, because they want a stone tablet that she has discovered which may lead to untold riches.Written by
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Double Blast and Skullduggery are two of the worst movies ever made, and they make an insanely entertaining double feature. Double Blast is definitely the more watchable of the pair, though, since it actually has some semblance of a story, no matter how lame it gets at times. I have to admit, I bought this for its low price ($3.99, which may be too much, now that I think back), and by the cover. How the heck do you just pass up a movie with a kickboxing family guarding treasure as its cover? You can't, honey baby, and that's the skinny, ya hear? And to my utter amazement and joy, two of my favorite actors are in this movie! It's bizarre how I tend to buy films that I have connections to without knowing it, but if anyone is a dedicated MST3k viewer like me, they will instantly recognize Joe Estevez and Robert Z'Dar. Robert has to be seen to be believed. The man's face looks like a potato, and believe me when I say that such a statement is NOT an exaggeration. His face is so hilariously puffed up that it sent me into hysterics. And of course Joe is a member of the prestigious Estevez dynasty of acting, which also includes Emilio, AKA Mighty Ducks 3. Both of these men were together in another film, Soultaker, and to think that they would be paired up again is just too good to be true...but it is! There is no way that I would ever sell my beloved Double Blast. It's home is with me from here on out, and I will forever threaten my friends with its awesome craptitude. Oh, and be sure to watch out for the biggest continuity error in film history during one of the outdoor scenes. Believe me, it's so obvious that no person could possibly miss it. 4/4 stars!
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