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City Dragon (1995)

| Action, Comedy
Martial-artist Ray should focus more on pregnant girlfriend, Tina. However, many others are in the picture, including (but not limited to): Tina's ex-boyfriend; Ray's sexually-discriminating boss-lady; and two homies.

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Stan Derain (story), Stan Derain (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stan Derain ... Ray (as MC Kung Fu)
Kathy Barbour Kathy Barbour ... Tina
'Philthy' Phil Phillips 'Philthy' Phil Phillips ... Philthy (as Philthy Phil)
John Williams John Williams ... Rick
John J. Haran John J. Haran ... John (as J. Haran)
Fawn Reed ... Vicky
Millicent Ally Millicent Ally ... Cheri
Earl Monroe Earl Monroe ... Rene
Demetria LeBlanc Demetria LeBlanc ... Vangie
Sherri Lea Sherri Lea ... Blonde In Parking Lot
J. Bernard Kighten J. Bernard Kighten ... Papa
Scott Ellifritt Scott Ellifritt ... Jack
Deva Deva ... Ray Ray
Leo Fox Leo Fox ... Man with Boombox
Elizabeth Barris Elizabeth Barris ... Nurse (as Liz Barriss)
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Martial-artist Ray should focus more on pregnant girlfriend, Tina. However, many others are in the picture, including (but not limited to): Tina's ex-boyfriend; Ray's sexually-discriminating boss-lady; and two homies.

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'Philthy' Phil Phillips's name is spelled four different ways in the opening credits: Philthy Phil as actor, Phil Philips as writer, Philip Phillips as producer, and 'Philthy' Phil Phillips as director. See more »

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Vangie: [after reading Ray's farewell poem] That rhyming fuck!
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Referenced in Movie Nights: Tammy and the T-Rex (2011) See more »

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Booty Quake
Written, co-produced & performed by 'Philthy' Phil Phillips (as Philthy Phil)
Produced by Leo Fox
Leo Fox Productions
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This film is a right dollop of pappy show!
10 March 2006 | by smiley-32See all my reviews

City Dragon! I bought this film last year.. and up to now, I haven't seen it! Until I saw it yesterday. I must admit, it's one of those low budget rap, chop socky, kung fu, urban ghetto, romance stuff of a movie! What I find so bad is, why would someone like director 'Philthy' Phil Phillips come up with so much pappy show - where our hero 'raps' when he talks to people, and even so when he flirts with the girls? Where does he get all those acting talents from..?

The bad John played by J.Daran.. I don't really see him much of a bad guy.. but I guess with that performance - he was just trying it on.

There were so many flaws about this movie that I felt it sucked! The acting was way below par.. Somehow the volume of the movie wasn't really that serious.. and when you think about a martial arts movie.. The storyline has got to be top notch. Solid! This one was too soft.

MC Kung Fu may've made his name on there. But I felt he could give his character more depth, rather than be just this 'gigolo' who wears fancy clothes, have muscles like Schwarzenegger and have this 'rockabilly' hair cut.

After watching this movie.. I felt this wasn't my kind of movie.. It's a shame that Phil Phillips made only one movie.. Maybe the audience felt this sort of film wasn't really up to their standards. Yes! They would laugh.. But at the end of the day, this is one movie they wouldn't want to pay their money to see..

I bought this 'City Dragon' DVD free with another DVD at some secondhand shop.

You know what? I sent it back there and got £2.00 for it.

Sorry Phil, your movie's awful! 0 out of 10!


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