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Beauty Investigator (1992)

Cast: Moon Lee, Moon Lee, Sophia Crawford, more...
Director: Lee Tso Nam, Lee Tso Nam
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Tai Seng
Genre: Action
Running Time: 90 min.
Languages: English
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Lee Tso nam spins this cheapie action-comedy exploitation flick. Li Min-feng (Moon Lee) and her partner, Grace, are undercover cops working as nightclub hostesses hoping to apprehend a lunatic who is victimizing women of said profession. When Grace learns a secret she shouldn't have, the two become embroiled in a vicious underworld struggle for power. Brother Bee is a fantastically ambitious junior gangster who scrapes his way to the top by killing his superiors -- including his own father. This weapon of choice is a crack Japanese hitwoman (Yukari Oshima) who accomplished each mission with grim professionalism. When Bee realizes his ambitions and becomes his gang's top dog, he learns that the Japanese yakuza has put a hit out on him for an arms deal that went bad. Meanwhile Grace gets murdered when she tries to arrest the gangster. Vowing revenge, Min-feng buys a small arsenal of weapons -- including a small rocket launcher -- and strikes out against the gang. ~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Not even worth a title by JHeneghan March 12, 2004 - 12:06 PM PST
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
I had actually seen this before but I must have successfully blocked it in my memory, put it in my queue and so wasted a GC rental slot.

The only reason this gets a two is that there are some good fight sequences along the way. The plot, the characters, the acting, were all juvenile.

I really need to get a spare memory pack to carry around with me.

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