This ranks alongside KING OF NEW YORK as a spiritual not-quite-sequel to YEAR OF THE DRAGON. Let's put a few of the same characters in Chicago, with Raymond J. Barry in essentially the same role (though now even more overtly crooked and with the FBI) and swap out that Thai drug baron John Lone visited with Tzi Ma and now throw in Bruce Lee's son into the mix. Bring in horror director Dwight H. Little (fresh off his other successful action outing MARKED FOR DEATH) and see what we get?
Well, the results are a bit of a mixed bag for sure. While the action sequences are largely okay... read the rest.
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