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In the second scene of the film when Jenna (Kristy Swanson) is about to assassinate Jordan (David Dukes) on the beach, the left-handed Swanson holds the Steyr AUG rifle, which is shown to be designed for a right-handed shooter, however. Odd since the AUG is world famous for its ability to be set for a right- or left-handed shooter. See more »
As usual Michael Madsen plays a villain with a Hawaiian shirt. Madsen like Treat Williams, who went through a period in his career, where in every movie he appeared in, he wears a Hawaiian shirt, so Madsen had a phase where he did the same.
His character is on the hunt for Kristy Swanson the hit-woman. She betrayed her contract and now the government wants to kill her. Ron Perlman co-stars as one of the main government baddies. He puts in a professional performance.
This movie has it's cheap moments, but it's a lot of fun and worth seeing.
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