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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 Ka'imi Kuoha ... Lupe
Frank DeAngelo 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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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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Rollerskating Ninjas
26 January 2010 | by gridoon2018See all my reviews

If you can't accept things like what I mention in the summary above, don't go anywhere near "Black Belt Angels". If you can take it as part of the joke, it's safer for you to watch. With limited production values (reflected on the DVD itself - it doesn't even have a starting menu!), a cast largely comprised of people who never acted on another film, before or since, and a "story" that's the thousandth variation on the "bad guy wants to close down martial arts school, old wise master of martial arts school refuses to sell" story, this is a silly, harmless movie aimed mostly at kids. The "ninjas" are used for comedic purposes, but the young girls are all genuinely skilled Tae Kwon Do practitioners, and their grace & flexibility are evident. I would like to have seen more of them. The fight scenes are sometimes too soft in their impact, however they do get better as the movie goes on. The climax on the boat is legitimately exciting. ** out of 4.


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