Originally Posted by improbus
I watched "Forced Vengeance" last night. It was a 1982 Chuck Norris movie set in Hong Kong. Do I really need to advertise it more? It had everything you could want from that kind of movie. Wooden actors, terrible dialogue, horrific editing, and preposterous action. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It had 7 or 8 rewind moments where I said, "Wait, what just happened? Did I just see that?" It was so good.
If you want to have some fun, read amazon.com reviews of movies like this. One guy wrote a review in which he completely changes the rules of word spacing while going on a side rant on the integration of Hong Kong into the People's Republic of China. I am convinced that half of the reviews are authentic and half are ironic plants by hipsters. Good times.
I'll be checking that one out as soon as possible. It sounds like one I watched recently called Miami Connection (also on Netflix, also from the 80's). That movie blew my mind.