The Perfect Weapon

The Perfect Weapon

Jeff, a young delinquent, is enrolled by his father in a kenpo school, in the hopes of teaching the boy some self-discipline. Years later, Jeff's mentor, Kim, is being threatened by one of the Korean mafia families. Jeff tries to help his old friend, but is too late to prevent Kim's death at the hands of an unknown hitman. Vowing revenge, Jeff takes on all of the families, using his martial arts skills to find the man who killed his friend.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:English,Korean
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   explosion,   murder,  

The Perfect Weapon tells the story of Jeff, a young delinquent, who is trained in the martial art of Kenpō, and his fight against the Korean Mafia families who killed Kim, his father's friend, who introduces him to Kenpo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David B (kr) wrote: Completed viewing this cinematic offering. The directors and writer were truly able to harness the gritty feel and cinematography of a B type movie. This is a carefree and lighthearted romp thru the post-zombie apocalyptic world. Including the flesh eating zombies and scantly clad big breasted women. Many scenes actually had both together. The acting and script came close to mirroring the caliber of a 70's porno movie, but was not quite as polished. The special effects were quite over the top and provided me with the first time of seeing blood portrayed in a pepto-bismal like form. I actually needed that lovely pink stuff to combat the totally sick to my stomach feeling of the portion of my life that is lost forever watching this serving of tripe. I wish I had checked the reviews here prior to renting it. Danny T had to have owed something to these moronic producers

Kristie L (it) wrote: I laugh and laugh every time I watch this movie. I love them all. They just get better and better.

Ekene O (br) wrote: Grade: B. Cars and Cars 3 make this film look very lousy and unneccessary. While this movie has a tremendously great plot, it would've been better to just have Cars 3 as the sequel to the original Cars and completely delete Cars 2 from the series.

Akko T (gb) wrote: mmm....The story was full-length, BUT Lose the FLAVOR of the original MANGA.

Jeshelle V (de) wrote: I love this duo. They work great together. Absolutely hilarious. Chris Tucker is one funny guy.

Sue B (ru) wrote: Dickens never disappoints. The characters are always... characters! Melodramatic fun.

ShawnThomas F (es) wrote: What a stinking pile of delight.

Bill B (gb) wrote: Finally checked out this early Fuller film that I had always been aware of yet had never gotten a chance to sit down with.A small time thief finds himself on the wrong side of both spies as well as the law when he pick the wrong pocket, and while it ends on a possibly far-fetched note, it's still amazingly watchable and holds up rather well even after all these years.Well worth a look, give it a rental.

Wendy B (ca) wrote: This is a wonderful movie. I first watched this in high school and enjoyed it so much that my mother purchased a copy for my sisters and I to watch whenever we wanted to. The acting is excellent everywhere--Oskar Homolka as the loud, boisterous Uncle Chris (and I believe he was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal), Ellen Corby as the sweet but timid Aunt Trina (remember that she would go on to portray the beloved Grandma Walton), and Candice Bergen's real-life father Edgar Bergen as Aunt Trina's soft-spoken mortician husband. Very hilarious and touching moments all through the movie.

Allen R (au) wrote: Did Fritz Lang ever make a bad film? While this is definitely lighter Lang, there are so many psycotronic elements in this that make it a blast to watch. He borrows heavily from Hitchcock, using both a wrong man accused plot and not one but two blonds to fill both the femme fatale role and the ingenue. Not to mention a nice MacGuffin of a cake "made with real eggs" to get the action going. Filled with nazi paranoia and the fear of lost sanity, Lang frames most of his shots as if shooting a horror film. He goes that extra mile to mix in a seance for just the right sort of "what the hell am I watching?". Definitely a weird one, especially as far as WWII espionage films go, but worth checking out.

Maurcio V (nl) wrote: Pode at parecer que no, mas assistir Winslet, Waltz, Foster e Reilly batendo boca por quase 80 minutos seguidos pode ser bem divertido. A direo do Polanski e o texto, baseado na pea de Yasmina Reza, so bons, s que, no final das contas, quem carrega O DEUS DA CARNIFICINA o elenco.

Ric A (us) wrote: This movie could have been better than it actually is; it's a shame the narrative is unfocused and keep slipping into rom-com cliches. A carefree and fun entry to the genre nonetheless.

Tim M (jp) wrote: Missed the Kung Fu Panda series, but decided to give it a watch when the kids clamored for it. The original was a big hit. It kept everyone entertained. You know a movie is fun when the end comes and they want to watch again. Final Score: 7.5.... Good for all ages despite PG rating!