Rothrock’s "Game of Death." She is in the movie about five minutes with an unconvincing body double in a ninja suit for the rest of the film (who is nowhere near as good as her and in fact dispatches the villains with projectile weapons rather than fisticuffs). Rothrock’s character is taking revenge on the gang who killed her husband. Meanwhile, and completely parallel to this plot, a pair of cops investigate these killings. Painfully inept in every way, but there is at least some hilarious tin-eared dialogue.
24 Hours to Midnight
In between both YES,MADAM(a.k.a.: POLICE ASSASSINS) and SHANGHAI EXPRESS,Cynthia Rothrock made her U.S. debut in this Leo Fong directed atrocity about a woman(Rothrock) seeking vengeance against the bad guys who have slain her husband. According to a fact on this film's IMDB page: two to three days into filming,both Rothrock and her boyfriend had a dispute with the film's producers and left the set,leaving the film uncompleted and shelved for a few years until it was resurrected and had added scenes of both Deanne Powers in Rothrock's role,wearing a ninja suit hunting down and killing the bad guys(led by both Fong and [Fong's good friend/reportaire performer] Stack Pierce[LOW BLOW,KILLPOINT]) with Brinke Stevens dubbing Rothrock's voice. This truly inane film surely brings a new meaning to the words "disasterpiece" and "trainwreck"(as only action cinema schlockmeister Leo Fong can make them).
A truly terrible film, amateur filmmaker Leo Fong directed this turd in 1985. Casting Cynthia Rothrock in her film debut, Fong assembled two separate story lines into one plot. One story revolves around Rothrock avenging the death of her husband by dressing up in a ninja costume, grabbing a weapon off her cheap hotel bed spread, then hopping in her gold Honda Accord and setting off across the city hunting down the gang that was responsible for her husband's death, doing these murders one by one. You see Rothrock in the beginning fighting off some attackers, then she goes to Juarez, Mexico to get equipment, then disappears for about an hour, then comes back at the end. I believe a…
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