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All things considered, this wasn't a bad movie... definitely an improvement from some of Piper's others. It was nice to see him go through a movie without using (hardly any) wrestling moves. The fight scenes were good, and Piper did a good job in his role throughout the movie as a sort of "bad cop", however, the ending left a lot to be desired. I had never heard of Ong before, but he seemed to do a decent job as well.
I still want to see how Piper would fare with a truly good script and several well-known supporting actors. I think he has potential, and it'd be nice to see him in a true action flick as either the protagnoist or antagonist.
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