Double Edge (1997)

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In this melodrama, an enthusiastic, ill-informed American reporter, Faye Milano (Faye Dunaway) finds herself on assignment in Jerusalem, covering the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli unrest. As she attempts to cover the leading stories, Faye's lack of understanding and foresight cause more problems and conflicts for the embittered citizens of Jerusalem.
Rating:
PG-13 (violence, language)
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Drama
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Orion Home Video

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Cast

Faye Dunaway
as Faye Milano
Michael Biehn
as Tony Loca
Byron Mann
as Shadow
Amos Kollek
as David
Hanan Ashrawi
as Herself
Don Stark
as Rocco
Abba Eban
as Himself
Anat Atzmon
as Censor
Warren Takeuchi
as Young Yakuza
Kevan Ohtsji
as Dion Edwards
Roger R. Cross
as Dion Edwards
Brad Loree
as Mike
Muhammad Bakri
as Mustafa Shafik
Teddy Kollek
as Himself
Nadia Capone
as Finger
Lorena Gale
as Capt. Talman
Mohammad Bakri
as Mustafa
Ann Belkin
as Sarah
Meir Kahane
as Himself
Yuka Kobayashi
as Asian Secretary
Dean Choe
as Sato
Crystal Cass
as Call Girl
Muhammad Bakri
as Mustafa Shafik
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Full Review… | December 31, 1999
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This is pretty bad, even for a B-iehn movie (I crack me up. And probably only me). But aside from a really awkward attempt at being a buddy movie with no real chemistry,the action is really plain. Biehn is good, not his great self. And I honestly didn't even notice Faye Dunaway, who I guess was in it according to Flixster was in the movie. The korean guy really shouldn't have tried. Cary is good. But the example is set right from the beginning. The set-up murder in the first scene is plain and leads you into...nothing. But did I mention Michael Biehn is in it?

Lee B
Lee B

American Dragons aka double edge is one of the best buddy cop movie of the late 90's featuring a white and Asian duo. Michael Biehn gives his best performance since Terminator. But really he kind of just phones it in. His south Korean partner Park Joong-Hoon approaches his cocky acting with a smug sense of Asian kung fu superiority and always is holding back a smile. A definite must see if you love cop action movies. Also the fastforward stabbing the black lotus assassin does is epic

Jonathan Rentrop
Jonathan Rentrop

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