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A classically-trained martial artist goes to work as a debt collector for the mob. The job seems easy enough, until one "client" pulls him into a situation deeper than could ever be expected. Also starring Louis Mandylor, Michael Pare, Tony Todd and Vladimir Kulich. Directed by Jesse V. Johnson.Written by
Good acting, cast. good dialogue, reasonably good story, without and expected ending., Lots of action, no fillers, green screens or bungee cords. If this film had a 'Gibson and Glover' billing, it might have been a big summer film, for those who are drawn in by names. The two leads have been in some good movies, so, I enjoyed from start to finish. I'm no Ebert, but I watch 3 or 4 movies a week, and its getting tough to find some as entertaining as this.
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