Christopher Walken is in this movie. So is Michael Ironside. It has possibly the most ludicrous plane to plane combat scene in cinema history. This movie should be taught in schools.
Perhaps it's that he seems much more like the kind of person that would actually be a hit man than in other films, or perhaps we're just so glad that his sex scene is very brief, but there is something likeable about Forsythe's hitman, John Hatch.
Gang Law (AKA Hot Boyz)
As you may have guessed from above, Gang Law is actually the UK name, quite explicably replacing the US title: "Hot Boyz".
C.I.A II: Target Alexa
Despite Lorenzo's top billing, the ever lovely Kathleen Kinmont is most definitely the star. The central message of the film seems to be "don't underestimate hot chicks", as a series of ignorant males get offed after doing just that
There aren't many places that say Action more than Russia and there aren't many men that say Action more than Frank "Frank" Zagarino.
WHO WOULD EXPECT that the terrorist leader and the man sent in to stop him were in the same class at commando school, and hence know each others strengths, weaknesses, and haircuts.
Out For Blood
Does the name "Don Wilson" not scare you? How about Don "The Dragon" Wilson, 3 time world kickboxing champion! Still nothing?
Last Bet (A.K.A Lesser Prophets)
This entry in the collective CV was actually made in 1997. By that point John Tuturro had already featured in Miller's Crossing and Barton Fink, Jimmy Smits was still working on NYPD Blue and George DiCenzo had provided his voice talents to She-Ra: Princess of Power.
Clint Eastwood was slightly to the right of atilla the hun, Mel Gibson had a deathwish, Bruce Willis was burnt out, and Michael Winslow made funny noises. Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs wants to be a fairly sucky cowboy who gets shot by an indian with furry boots, which is the worst kind of indian there is.
The House On Sorority Row
I'm not sure when slasher flicks featuring sorority girls became a clich?, but I'd believe that it was at the very moment writer/director Mark Rosman penned the first scene of this slice of 80's horror.