My brother "Investing" and his younger brother "Electric Rabbit" grew up in an orphanage. They were adopted by the school worker "Thunder Sir" and received the help of "Lei Master" and ... See full summary »
When a former BlackRose cartel assassin deliberately betrays them by refusing to complete her mission, the cartel orders her execution. Unbeknownst to them, she fakes her own death and is able to create a new life of her own. When the cartel discovers she is alive, the hunter becomes the hunted as she fights to get revenge on those who took her new life away from her.Written by
Blackops studios asia
Composed by Karl Kliatchko
Recorded at Tower of Doom Studios
Produced and recorded by Kyle Cayton
Co-produced by Eric Perlas
Mixed ans Mastered by Macoy Manuel
Courtesy of Tower of Doom Music
Published by Viva Music Publishing, Inc. See more »
My 4/10 might even be generous, but there were one or two Ok fight scenes.
This movie is incredibly poorly written and poorly acted. This is really the kind of thing we'd see on a direct-to-DVD release if that's even still a thing. It's like someone watched every bad action movie made in the last 10 or 20 years and just used all those same clichés.
I could forgive that if there were a lot of great action and the badly acted dramatic parts were brief. Unfortunately that's not really the case. There is surprisingly little action in this film, and most of it is actually involving guns. I think this is being marketed as more of a martial arts flick in the vein of The Raid, but that's not really representative of what we get here. Like I said there are literally one or two decent fight scenes but even some of the fight choreography in the other scenes is not very convincing. This might have passed muster 30 years ago but especially with what has happened in the martial arts genre in the last 10 years or so, the bar is much higher now for realism and brutality. Most of the stuff in this film just feels weak by comparison.
The best thing I can say about this film is that Christine Reyes is incredibly hot. But that's not enough reason to watch what is otherwise an unfortunately bad movie. I literally found myself just skipping all the dialog sections for the last half of the movie because it was so cringe-worthy. I'm sorry, I hate giving bad reviews but with this one I feel compelled to.
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