Steve Parrish (Ronald Marchini) is fighting in Vietnam in 1974. He is injured and after a six-month recovery in a small village, he decides to stay behind and marry a local woman. He ...
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Steve Parrish (The Marchster) returns home to the San Francisco area after his many travails fighting in Central America. All he wants to do is see his young son Zak (Dax Nicholas). However... See full summary »
Ronald L. Marchini,
Steve Parrish (Ronald Marchini) is fighting in Vietnam in 1974. He is injured and after a six-month recovery in a small village, he decides to stay behind and marry a local woman. He teaches the whole village martial arts including a small boy who resembles Scott Baio and has the fan favorite bowl haircut.Written by
Saw this flick 10 years ago with a couple of friends and a few beers and we were blown away! The storyline is confoundingly stupid, the dialogue so scarce and grotesquely bad that none of us were able to control ourselves. This is a rare gem, as most bad movies are just plain bad; this one takes bad to another level, and if you're ever able to find it, savor it with your friends, although drunkenness might be required ... A truly great moment is the scene where a rainbow seems to have been painted directly onto the celluloid with a couple of crayons, another is when our hero bandages himself with his torn yellow dirty t-shirt, only to wear the shirt, which has now been cleaned, for the duration of the movie without showing any signs of injury - oh, and the one-handed stick fight in which the villain and the hero fights with one foot long sticks - and never using the other hand to lash out at each other. I could keep going, but you have to see it for yourself - it doesn't get much better or worse!
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