The Perfect Weapon (1991)
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Featuring plenty of high, hard kicks, and flailing furious fists, this martial arts actioner tells an exciting tale of vengeance as a tough American street fighter stalks the streets of L.A.'s Chinatown in search of the organized criminals responsible for his guardian's death. Movie newcomer Jeff Speakman makes an appealing action hero, with fluid direction from genre veteran Mark DiSalle.
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Critic Reviews for The Perfect Weapon
Isn't the most explosive of film debuts but it's still a strong and entertaining martial arts action entry.
Candy for all martial-arts enthusiasts
Better than expected actioner that was supposed to launch Speakman into a big-time movie career; then Street Knight shot that notion down.
Audience Reviews for The Perfect Weapon
The fight scenes are quite well-staged with the silent hero, Jeff Speakman in his debut martial arts movie. Magnificent!More
The storyline is kinda weak and the end fight is a bit of a gyp, but it's got some great fighting sequences in it by the modren-day master of Kenpo karate and the faster-than-shit Jeff Speakman, who peaked with this...his first starring role. A guilty pleasure, though I'm not afraid to admit it. Especially when he breaks out the sticks. This inspired me to buy some and take up weapons back in the day. He tears shit up with those.More
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