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Don't smoke in the car!
I'm sorry, you don't want me to smoke, in MY car? Can I open a window and smoke? Oh, this is fun, this is fucking fun. You know what, you're right, you're absolutely right, I'm gonna quit!
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Finally, a low budget action film that delivers the goods
After years of watching the most blatantly stupid straight-to-video action films this turns up. Without a doubt the best U.S. produced martial arts movie I've seen. The stunt co-ordinator and stunt team are right up there with their Hong Kong counterparts. It's good to see that Dacascos is finally given a chance to shine; I always thought that he was better than the material that was given to him and here he is able to prove it. Woodbine also shines in what is basically an odd couple/buddy action flick. The rapport of the two actors rises the movie over the cliched screenplay. The action scenes were very kenetic and fluid Steve Wang did a kick-**s job. Go rent it now.
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