A former terrorist has started a lawful career, being a truck driver. On a trip he ignores the warnings given about the mafia, which leads to them setting fire to his truck, which has his wife on board. This has to be avenged.
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The movie was a success at the box-office in the USA despite launching in only 325 theaters. See more »
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Do you like sushi like I like sushi?
I like Susie... Susie's my girl!
Oh, I had sushi last night!
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it's still a good fun film, despite its b-movie status
Some of these people are being way too critical over the quality of the script and social stereotypes. People should take it for what it is...it's a spoof. It's not like they have money to recruit big-name stars. It's a movie that should be enjoyed by the public...it's not an oscar contender. Are the gags mundane? yes. Are there asian stereotypes? Yes. The movie plays on these stereotypes and they know that's how the general public viewed them at the time. Someone commented on how Johnny's acting was bad...but excuse me...there was no royal academy of acting in korea. Like Margaret Cho said, "There was war." And also...where do people get the idea that the character Bruce is Korean? Don't people see the Chinese motif in the story? Chinese flour, Chinese noodles, Chinese food? Marco Polo? The actor is Korean, yes, but they said nothing of Bruce being Korean.
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