A hit man must battle Italian and Chinese criminal organizations to be with the woman he loves.


Volt Jones, Micah Moore
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Jacobus ... Jack
Huyen Thi Huyen Thi ... Jin
Ray Carbonel Ray Carbonel ... The General
Bill Oberst Jr. ... Vitario
Brian Lee Brian Lee ... Wei
Kathryn Kim ... The Translator
Matthew Sumner Matthew Sumner ... Castalucchi's Bodyguard
Patrick G. Keenan ... Lord Massimo
Ray Wood Ray Wood ... Castalucchi
Minh Vu Minh Vu
Randall I. Kim Randall I. Kim ... Lao
Paul Drechsler-Martell ... Bodyguard
Tom Spano Tom Spano ... Johnny
Josh Costell Josh Costell ... Triad
William Randall Kennedy III William Randall Kennedy III ... Human Trafficker


When a war breaks out between the Italian Mafia and Chinese Triad, Boss Wu needs someone to infiltrate Little Italy. Enter Jack, a lonely desperate soul at the end of his rope who is groomed into the Triad's top assassin. But as the hard-boiled killer rises to the top, he falls for Boss Wu's favorite mistress, Jin, putting both their lives at risk. Now Jack must battle his way through the Mafia and the Triad to be with the woman he loves. Written by Blake Faucette

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Crazy, ridiculous, and even entertaining
28 August 2009 | by slitherydee3See all my reviews

I just saw a screening of this movie at my college last night, and Micah Moore (the director) was there to do a Q&A. The movie started out kind of slow and awkwardly, but once the audience (pretty much entirely college students) got into it, it was very entertaining. Moore had a good sense of humor about the quality of the movie. He said he wanted to go ahead and make an all-out exploitation film that was completely ridiculous, and it worked. Some of the scenes that weren't naturally funny became funny just because of how awkward they were. The plot isn't necessarily creative or fantastic, but there is a plot there, at least. And the acting is pretty cheesy, because they cast stunt men instead of real actors. The fight scenes are actually really impressive and well-choreographed. That's the good thing about kung-fu and martial arts movies: you can actually see and follow the action, because it isn't cut choppily like in some blockbuster action movies. It's just a good martial-arts gangster movie that you can laugh at.

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