After escaping from the terror of Vietnam, Jackson works as a headhunter. His old enemies from Vietnam open up a disco near the American-Iraqi border. They try to sell dangerous weapons to ...
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Low-budget film about a young man given a mystical medallion by an Aztec shaman, in order to become a puma-empowered champion like his father before him. In trying to initially locate the ... See full summary »
Alberto De Martino
Walter George Alton,
Miguel Ángel Fuentes
After escaping from the terror of Vietnam, Jackson works as a headhunter. His old enemies from Vietnam open up a disco near the American-Iraqi border. They try to sell dangerous weapons to the Iragi government. Jackson is the only one who can stop them. Besides, he must care about his daughter, age 5. On the birthday party of his daughter, the situation escalates... and there is still a dance competition to be hold.Written by
Imagine your average John Travolta disco movie. Quite boring, eh? Now imagine your favorite Rambo movie. Still pretty boring, right? Take these two, stir and shake and you pretty much get Operation Dance Sensation. Be prepared: This is a low budget production with the two Gosejahn brothers playing the main characters. They are not very good actors, but that only adds to the movie in my opinion. There's always this strong notion of fun and lot's of irony.
The story: There are two mercenaries fighting in Vietnam. Things get rough, they get mad at each other, you'll get the idea. 20 Years later one of them is a headhunter and the other works for a corrupt guy who wants to take over a disco at the American-iraquian border (and things get even more bizarre!). But I don't want to give away too much.
The movie itself is very funny but it is also somewhat longish at times. It's still a very good b- movie.
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