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Samurai Cop

Samurai Cop
Movie: Samurai Cop(November 1991 (Germany))[tt0130236] Joe Marshall and Frank Washington are two tenacious police detectives who seek at all costs to stop the Katana, a renegade Yakuza gang composed of violent and sadistic killers who want to lead the drug trade in Los Angeles.
Title Samurai Cop
Release Date November 1991 (Germany)
Runtime
Genres Action, Crime, Thriller
Production Companies Hollywood Royal Pictures
Robert Z'Dar
Robert Z'Dar...
Yamashita...
Mathew Karedas
Mathew Karedas...
Joe Marshall (as...
Mark Frazer
Mark Frazer...
Frank Washington...
Melissa Moore
Melissa Moore...
Peggy Lee Thomas ...
Gerald Okamura
Gerald Okamura...
Okamura...
Cranston Komuro
Cranston Komuro...
Fujiyama...
Joselito Rescober
Joselito Rescober...
Costa Rican Waiter ...

Reviews

Hey_Sweden on 26 June 2014
Joe Marshall (goofy beefcake actor Matt Hannon) is a detective trained in the ways of the samurai, and together with his affable partner Frank Washington (Mark Frazer), he goes after the many goons and thugs working for big time Japanese mobster Mr. Fujiyama.That's about it for plot in this knowingly cheesy, sloppy, and silly martial arts action movie mess, written and directed by Amir Shervan. Obviously he knew exactly what kind of movie he was making, and just had fun with it. Often, "Samurai Cop" offers plenty of bad movie charm, as it clunks along from one inept sequence to another. The acting is hilariously, endearingly dumb across the board, with Hannon as one majorly wooden hero. Frazer has many great facial reactions. The ladies present are delicious eye candy: Melissa Moore as horny cop Peggy, Jannis Farley as leading lady Jennifer, and Krista Lane as a henchwoman. Robert Z'Dar is great fun as Yamashita, the primary henchman.Marshall dispenses with inept bad guys left, right and centre; ultimately, the movie isn't always terribly funny, and gets a little tiresome, but it's still amusing enough to make it pleasant if not uproarious fare. It could have used some better pacing, but still delivers enough laughs for those B cinema enthusiasts looking to have a night of bad movies and beers.Six out of 10.

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