The Killing Zone (1991)

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Convict is recruited from a chain gang to help capture a Mexican drug lord.

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24 June 2003 | ali6969uk
Low budget action thriller!
This film stars Deron McBee (Malibu from American Gladiators) as the nephew of a DEA agent who is crippled by a South American drugs Lord. Deron gets to do a lot of action and shows off his tall muscular frame to good advantage in the low buget offering. Lots of gun play and hand to hand make this an OK film if you want some uncomplicated viewing. There are few surprises on offer here but i still enjoyed it. The girlfriend of Deron's character was a nicely curvacious young lady for a tall girl - pretty too! Their love scene looked quite passionate and Deron's acting was convincing. It's good to be an actor!

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