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Black Belt Angels (1994)

| Action, Family
Times are tough at the Master Martial Arts School and it's going to take more than money to keep it open. To Tae Kwon Do expert Matt Robins and his two teenage daughters, Kristen and Tracey... See full summary »

Director:

Chi Kim

Writers:

Chi Kim (screenplay), Chi Kim (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Shawna Larson Shawna Larson ... Kirsten Robinson
Rebekah Bartlett Rebekah Bartlett ... Tracy Robinson
Shannon Marketic Shannon Marketic ... Julie Morgan
Nicole Burks Nicole Burks ... Shawna
Ka'imi Kuoha ... Lupe
Frank DeAngelo ... Mr. Lucero
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Baldoz Michael Baldoz ... Dean
Bobby Kim Bobby Kim ... Master Lee
Sam Kuoha Sam Kuoha ... Rad Stroh
Neva Roberts Neva Roberts ... Sheila
Jack Savage Jack Savage ... Matt Robinson
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Times are tough at the Master Martial Arts School and it's going to take more than money to keep it open. To Tae Kwon Do expert Matt Robins and his two teenage daughters, Kristen and Tracey, the school means everything and they will do whatever it takes to save it. Just when Matt and the girls raise enough money to save the school, they come face to face with Lucero and his mobsters. With an army of trained ninjas to back him up, Lucero is determined to close the school in order to obtain its beachfront property for his own greedy reasons. Lucero and his ninjas are in for a surprise because daddy's little girls wear black belts and, together with their teenage girlfriends, the Black Belt Angels pack a powerful punch.

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Action | Family

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Anjos Faixa-Preta See more »

Filming Locations:

San Diego, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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So bad it's actually quite funny and entertaining
22 July 2004 | by adrenal_medullaSee all my reviews

The first time I saw this film was on a bus in Mexico. It was the only movie they were showing and I was riding the bus quite a bit. The first time I saw it it was absolutely horrible. By the 5th time I'd seen it I was completely brainwashed. It's definitely worth watching once, if not to give yourself something to think about. It's very thought-provoking in that it makes you ask that one question that's plagued mankind since the advent of the movie industry - why? Why are some films ever made? After seeing it so many times I'm inclined to think that it has subtler, deeper meanings. There must be symbolism in a little girl that can beat up bad guys with her pony tail...brainwash...brainwash. To truly enjoy it as I have you should have someone strap you in a chair and have them force you to watch it at least 5 times without a break. Then, you will embrace it.


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