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A teen martial arts expert and his martial arts class take on a bunch of thugs headed by a devious real estate developer who is forcing a community to sell out their property so he can build a mall.Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Excuse me, guys... can I see your invitations?
Is this your house?
Can we get in?
C'mon Brad, let's just go.
No no no no... Steve... Steve, we can get in, right?
You don't got an invitation. You don't go in.
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The UK video version was cut by 59 secs to remove footage of nunchakus. The 2005 DVD is uncut. See more »
WE LIKE CRUSHIN' YOU
Written by John Gonzalez
Performed by Cynthia Manly
Courtesy of JonGon Pub. BMI See more »
This is one of the worst films of all time. Period. It makes "Cool as Ice" look like "The Godfather" in comparison. As others have pointed out, it is so bad that it is well worth watching, and for that reason I gave it a "2" instead of a "1". Also keeping it from being a complete waste of time are an appearance by the women destined to become the Coors Light Twins (of beer commercial fame). Jennifer Lyons is very easy on the eyes as well.
The main actor and his wingman, however, are NOT easy on the eyes. Nor ears. Every word from their mouths is like a projectile nail-bomb exploding in your face.
That goes for about every line in this movie. The script is filled with tired clichés and one-liners that fall completely flat. I laughed hard and often, but not for reasons people associated with the creation of this turd would have wanted.
The acting is awful. Completely awful. And the rest of the movie is worse.
IMDb says that this film was released in 1996...but I think it was filmed in the middle of the 80's. The clothes and haircuts are ridiculous and the sets are total cheese. I suspect this "film" sat on the shelves for a long time before it was unleashed for public consumption.
In short, watch this if you want to see film-making at its absolute worst. It's best with some friends, a lot of beer, and a great deal of patience.
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