Rapid Fire – Unbewaffnet und extrem gefährlich (1992)17K
Rapid Fire – Unbewaffnet und extrem gefährlich: Directed by Dwight H. Little. With Brandon Lee, Powers Boothe, Nick Mancuso, Raymond J. Barry. When student Jake Lo witnesses a killing, he finds himself caught between two feuding drug lords. Betrayed and set up by the federal agents, the only person he can trust is Ryan, a Chicago cop who reminds Jake of his deceased father.
“Jake Lo (Brandon Lee) is a college student, who unexpectedly finds himself between in a drug war. When he sees a gangster Antonio Serrano (Nick Mancuso) guns down a corrupted Chinese business (Michael Paul Chan) at a small event. After protecting himself, now Jake is forced to help the FBI (Lead by Raymond J. Barry) to testified against Serrano. But Jake himself betrayed by the FBI, which they are trying to kill him. Since the mob has payed them to kill him. Now a dedicated police detective (Powers Boothe) and his intelligence officer (Kate Hodge) tries to protect him before the Mob and the FBI gets to him. Which Jake has no other choice to bring these drug lords down himself in the process to get his life back.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDirected by Dwight H. Little (Halloween 4:The Return of the Michael Myers, Murder at 1600, The Phantom of the Opera u0026quot;1989u0026quot;) made an extremely typical but entertaining action-thrill ride. It was also amusing to see Lee in a action here, who has an refreshing sense of humour. Which he has plenty of star quality before his breakthrough role on u0026quot;The Crowu0026quot;. Which sadly it was his last starring role. The cast members seems to be having a great time with this movie. Especially Mancuso is fun to watch as the heavy bad guy. This wasnu0026#39;t quite success in theaters but itu0026#39;s the kind of picture that plays well on video. If you are an fan of action movies, you will find good entertainment here. Itu0026#39;s worth seeing. Screenplay by Alan B. McElroy (The Marine, Spawn, Wrong Turn). From a story by Cindy Cirile and McElroy. (*** ½/*****).”