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Ozark Savage (1999)

Hired by an evil ruler to find a mystical coin that would give him power over all of Hong Kong, mercenary Lens Ozark tracks down the object, only to be double-crossed and murdered by his boss.

Director:

Matt Steinauer

Writer:

Matt Steinauer
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dave Wilson Dave Wilson ... Lens Ozark
Stephanie Diaz Stephanie Diaz ... Desha
Elliott Grey ... Makeel
Vince Di Meglio Vince Di Meglio ... Vincenzo Malachi
William Joseph Hill ... Bleeder (as Bill Hill)
Ken Wilson Ken Wilson ... Leonzo Malachi
Manny Fernandez Manny Fernandez ... Rubenzo Malachi
Nina Mulvaney Nina Mulvaney ... Elektra
David Wilson Barnes ... Lens Ozark
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeff Coatney Jeff Coatney ... Narrator
Manuel J. Fernandes Manuel J. Fernandes ... Rubenzo Malachi (as Manny Fernandez)
Matt Godecker Matt Godecker ... Career hopper
Genevieve Lee Genevieve Lee ... Woo Chan Disciple (as Michelle Lee)
Andy Lowe Andy Lowe ... Chinese Swordsman #1
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Hired by an evil ruler to find a mystical coin that would give him power over all of Hong Kong, mercenary Lens Ozark tracks down the object, only to be double-crossed and murdered by his boss.

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Lens Ozark Just Entered the Nuclear Age. And Dead or Alive He's Back.

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Thriller

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An awesome film full of plutonic cheese and crackers.
9 October 2003 | by DavidLoPanSee all my reviews

Ozark Savage is a film full of smoking guns, nuclear reactions, and ancient sorcery. Though not an apparently even match within the film, the combination creates the ultimate recipe of bullets and supernatural powers. The lead character Lens Ozark, in my opinion, is a brave, lovable idiot. He enjoys jumping into battles in which he will receive most of the ammunition. Furthermore, he clings to power and the idea of justice like the loser he is, not a bad twist. Generally speaking, as the plot thickens, so does Lens. This film is a great show of fast-talking situations, and its polar opposite, the long, drawn-out moments of thought when Lens and friends consider that they are screwed, again and again. As the gonzo, cheeseball film it is, I like it a lot, period.


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Country:

USA

Release Date:

23 September 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Murrieta, California, USA See more »

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Outtatime Productions See more »
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(original)

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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