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The Process (1998)

R | | Action | 1999 (USA)
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A martial arts champion saves the life of a street fighter and must fight for him in the ultimate fight to the death.

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Ernie Reyes Jr.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ernie Reyes Jr. ... Jesse
Corin Nemec ... Hitler
Ernie Reyes Sr. Ernie Reyes Sr. ... Senior
Shishir Inocalla Shishir Inocalla ... Pinoy
Kimo Leopoldo ... Kimo
Dennis Brown Dennis Brown ... Godfather
Julie K. Smith Julie K. Smith ... Secretary
Ann Estrada Ann Estrada ... Karen
Melissa Barker Sauer Melissa Barker Sauer ... Susan (as Melissa Barker-Sauer)
Daniella Evangelista ... Katie
Justin Warfield ... Marty
Robin Webb Robin Webb ... Karate Instructor
Benito H. Eccobedo Benito H. Eccobedo ... Master
Keith McNamara Keith McNamara ... Mick Morrison
Brent Nelson Brent Nelson ... Limo Driver
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When martial arts champion Pinoy travels to America, his fighting skills are put to the test when he finds himself in the middle of a violent gang war. Forced into sudden street combat against fierce members of the Crazy Dragons gang, Pinoy saves the life of Jesse. Impressed with Pinoy's amazing fighting abilities and grateful for his life, Jesse befriends the stranger, introducing him to his father. But this new found friendship is put to the test when the Crazy Dragons surround Jesse's home, threatening the lives of his family. Suddenly the two must protect what they cherish, and with the help of Kimo summon all their martial arts strength for an action packed ultimate fight to the death. Written by Joel Reed Parker

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A martial arts champion travels to America in search of his ultimate destiny.

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Action

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Rated R for pervasive violence, strong language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Shame on Ernie Reyes Jr.
29 January 2003 | by diggler_incSee all my reviews

Ernie Reyes Jr. and Sr. made a film with no moral integrity. They make drug dealing look like a decent way to make a living and try to make smoking and cursing like a sailor look cool. They did have a lot of catholic imagery in the film so i guess it is ok to be a bad person as long as you read the bible. Also, there are some weird scenes that involve the villian cross dressing. This being said some of the fight scenes were pretty good.


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1999 (USA) See more »

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