Sword of Honor (1996)

R   |  Video   |    |  Action, Drama, Thriller

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Officer Johnny Lee sets out to avenge his partner's mysterious death. With the help of his partner's sister and an ancient sword, Lee becomes a one man deadly strike force.


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18 October 2006 | cainam-1
| Oh. . . My. . . GOD. This is just pathetic.
Acting, plot, directing, editing, there is simply no beginning to this movie's good points. This hack takes all of the over-done, ridiculous cliché's that a comedy would be making fun of, and tries to make you think that they were serious when they filmed it. The only twists worse than the ones in the plot were the ones that were put in my bowels when I watched it. The fight scenes used what was probably supposed to be dramatic back lighting in otherwise dark areas, so the fact that the punches and kicks were pulled by what amounts to BUS lengths was completely obvious. What wasn't obvious to the hairdresser is the fact that the mullet was only popular for about 5 minutes, and that was years before production. The Russian Boss Hogg character has to be seen to be believed, but if you don't need to believe it, PLEASE don't bother seeing it. You could have a better time with a can of play-doh rather than watching this thing, and feel better about yourself as a person after the experience.

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Action | Drama | Thriller


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30 April 1996



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