High Heat (2022)

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High Heat (2022). High Heat: Directed by Zach Golden. With Michael Barra, Erik Bloomquist, Seth Andrew Bridges, Yahudah Bane Brown. When the local mafia shows up to burn down her restaurant, Ana, a chef with a meticulous past, defends her turf and proves her knife skills both in and out of the kitchen.

“Severely underrated. Why? Perhaps because this is another female empowered action movie? And a lot of blokes dont dig that sort of female empowered action?!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDefinitely worth a soldid 7 stars, but letu0026#39;s give it 8 stars, because of the terrific understated DRY humor, that is to die for. I LOVE it when an action comedy gets the jokes just right. But this kinda dry humor, might not be to everybodiesu0026#39; taste…u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMore good: the acting is superb. We have got Don Johnson starring for petes sake, who is still as charming, laid back and cool as ever before. Olga Kurylenko is the other terrific leading actress, who is kick*ss bad, but all the supporting actors are really top notch AND (most importantly) funny!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe story is simple, but quite hilarious in itu0026#39;s execution. Don Johnson has just opened a new luxury restaurant, but is in severe debt to the mob, who wants to burn his restaurant down for insurance money. Unfortunately (for the mob) Don Johnsonu0026#39;s wife is a trained ex-KGB assasin, who whips every bodies *ss!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSimply delightful. Non stop action packed. And most importantly with excellent DRY humor. A spirit of Tarantino was in the air of the last scene in which 2 b*tch female assasins have a cat fight MIEOUW!”


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