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Rapid Fire
Brandon Lee and Powers Boothe




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After witnessing a killing by a Mafia kingpin, college student jake lo is pursued by smugglers, mobsters and crooked feds. Only when he takes the law into his hands, with the help of a renegade government agent, does he have a chance for survival.

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Overview

After witnessing a killing by a Mafia kingpin, college student jake lo is pursued by smugglers, mobsters and crooked feds. Only when he takes the law into his hands, with the help of a renegade government agent, does he have a chance for survival.

Main Cast & Crew

Dwight H. Little - Director
Brandon Lee
Powers Boothe
Nick Mancuso
Raymond J. Barry
Kate Hodge
Tzi Ma
Tony Longo
Michael Paul Chan

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (New Box Art)
  • Run Time: 95
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543041337
  • Genre: Action
  • Rating: R (MPAA) (violence, language and sexuality)
  • Release Date: May 2002

Related Categories:
Movies > Action/Adventure

Related Keywords:
Action
Martial Arts
Organized Crime
Vengeance
Murder
Theatrical Release
Crime

 

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Synopsis:
Although college student Jake Lo has become a pacifist, he's forced once again to use his martial arts skills when vicious gangsters come after him. Jake has sworn off violence ever since he witnessed his father's murder during the infamous Tiananmen Square massacre in China. But now, after seeing mobsters carry out a hit, he must spring into action to keep himself from becoming their next victim. He enlists the aid of tough, veteran Chicago cop Mace Ryan and his equally determined female partner who are both out to stop the heroin-smuggling criminals for good. But will this outnumbered trio of heroes be able to defeat the army of mobsters?

Notes:
Color by DeLuxe. Released theatrically in USA on August 21, 1992.

Reviews:
"...Non-stop action..." - 08/21/1992 USA Today, p.5D


"...In all aspects, RAPID FIRE is a handsome, quality production anchored by solid performances right down the line..." - 08/21/1992 Los Angeles Times, p.F8

 

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