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I caught this flick on tv, and thought "lets give it a chance!"
I don't know too much about Don 'The Dragon' Wilson, suffice to say that he doesn't really seem too much of a dragon to me :-)
The martial arts are non-existent; there are some high kicks, a few punches and that's all. The cinematography is pretty bad too, as all scenes are uninspiring. The fight scenes are short and badly shot.
The plot is laughable. I won't spoil anything, but it's so bad it's embarrassing. The acting is bad too - most actors overact their lines.
There are about three sex scenes thrown in like an afterthought. They are bad too (any surprises?) because there is no chemistry, no connection or mutual attraction between the characters. The sex just happens. There's a busty (but slightly aging) blonde and a rather attractive brunette that show us their bodies, but that's not enough to save this crap.
In conclusion, avoid it. At least, don't pay for it.
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