Micheal, a former test subject of a project to create supersoldiers, is forced to escape with his comrades after the project was cancelled. Months later, he is trying to have a quiet life as a librarian with a tough cop as his best friend. However, a string of vicious gangland murders begins that has all the markings of his former compatriots who seem to have turned to violent crime. Realizing that the police are helpless to fight these soldiers, Micheal decides to take them on himself. Donning a mask to protect his identity, Micheal must fight these powerful villians as the mysterious superhero known only as Black Mask.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <email@example.com>
Performed by Willie Stubz
Written by Willie Stubz (as W. Lora), P. Delgado and L. Fernandez
Produced by SPK for Thugged Out Entertainment
Published by Willie Stubz/T-Boy Music L.L.C. (ASCAP), Marielito Music (ASCAP), Psycho Les Publishing (ASCAP) See more »
Thy name be mindless action. YESSSSS!!
Horrible dubbing. Cheesy overworked plot. Story that's been done and done and done. Implausabilities abound. Plot holes large enough to drive a cliche through. But MAN those fight scenes were incredible! If you go in looking for a serious piece of cinema, you'll leave unhappy. If you can't laugh at how horribly some of the humor flops, you'll be disappointed. If you go in to see Jet Li kicking butt -- something he is incredible at -- you WILL be happy. Scale: 1 to 10. I give it a 7, simply because I said, "WOW!" so many times.
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