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Fist 2 Fist 2: Weapon of Choice (2014)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure
Retired assassin, Jack Lee, walked away from his violent past to raise his dead brother's daughter, Jaime, as his own. When crime lord Banducci kidnaps Jaime for a payback, Jack brings his ... See full summary »

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Jino Kang, Tony Urgo

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Jino Kang, Jino Kang (co-writer) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Jino Kang ... Jack Lee
Douglas Olsson ... Michael Banducci
Katherine Celio ... Ashlie (Ash) Jordan
Artem Mishin ... Don Orloff
Kelly Lou Dennis ... Jaime Lee
Don Williams ... Hap Koehler
John Carney ... San Testaban
Steven Menasche Steven Menasche ... Testo
Robert D. Parham ... The Machine
William Armando William Armando ... Alejandro (as William Solano)
Steve Tanabe ... Plenty
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nico Abiera ... Assassin
Tony Carrillo ... Gardener
Baily Hopkins ... Crime Scene Photographer
Steve Huang ... Z
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Retired assassin, Jack Lee, walked away from his violent past to raise his dead brother's daughter, Jaime, as his own. When crime lord Banducci kidnaps Jaime for a payback, Jack brings his gifted skills of extermination out of retirement and the streets of San Francisco become a battleground for a one man killing machine and ruthless, united mob bosses. Written by Jino Kang

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Whether you live or die depends on your weapon of choice.

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Action | Adventure

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA

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Time Travel to the 1970s...
10 February 2015 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

Ah, the good old 1970s...

When martial arts films seemed like the fighting was out of sync with the sound and the movie was out of sync with the audience.

By even 1970s standards it would be poorly rated...

By 2014 standards, after films like the Matrix and Ong Bak, it is positively dreadful.

Seems like it was produced on a shoestring, where the producer did not have enough budget for more than one take, since there was no more "breakable" furniture left in the minivan.

Not the worst movie ever made but really really really close.

I did like the casting. The hero is supposed to be chasing his daughter's kidnappers and for once he looks like he is old enough and scrawny enough to actually have an adult daughter. I am a member of AARP and approve of any enterprise that provides work for mature individuals.

Also looks like the star is also the writer and also the director, which may be one for the IMDb record books, but I'll let other reviewers do the CSI on that, Word to the wise. If you need your MA or MMA fix, watch ONG BAK again. You're welcome.


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