Directed by: Paul Ziller
Starring: Don “The Dragon” Wilson, Catya Sassoon, Amanda Wyss
If you know me or even if you’ve just read a few of my reviews, you’ll probably know that I absolutely love to hate kickboxing and bad movie legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson. In fact, I’ve already reviewed SIX of his films, including Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero. I just wanted to brag about how many more Don “The Dragon” Wilson movies I’ve seen than you. Seven more, probably.
Mr. “The Dragon” Wilson plays a repo man who breaks into people’s cars and takes them back to the impound lot if they haven’t– fuck, you know what a repo man is. Anyway, he accidentally takes the wrong car back, and inside this car is a box of chocolates… WITH NUCLEAR BOMB TRIGGERS OR SOMETHING IN THEM!!! This causes the bad guys to hunt him down and kidnap his daughter, and he must respond in the only way he knows how: You guessed it. Kicking them.
It’s kind of interesting (and yet kind of retarded) that the plot to this film is almost exactly the same as in another, later Don “The Dragon” Wilson film, Moving Target, except in that one it’s a six-pack of beer instead of a box of chocolates. Otherwise, it’s the same movie. As if seeing it ONCE wasn’t bad enough…