You would never have heard about Ralph Ziman’s exploitation thriller if Samuel L. Jackson hadn’t decided to play a part in it.
The new Ralph Ziman-inspired cheaply conventional exploitation thriller didn’t become famous despite the fact that Samuel L. Jackson had decided to earn some extra money.
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Samuel L. Jackson is a great American actor who achieved prominence and critical acclaim in the early 90’s because of his various blockbusters including Patriot Games, True Romance, Jungle Fever and many more.
He is playing the role of a corrupt cop called Karl in the movie. Karl’s job is to do patrolling of a post-apocalyptic and bleak urban landscape which is filled with numerous drug dealers and sexual predators.
His role doesn’t end there; he is also the mentor of a beautiful teenage girl called Sawa. She is turned into a killing machine. India Eisley is playing the role of Sawa and she has done a very good job in spite of the fact that Sawa’s character is a lousy one.
The main objective of Sawa is to eradicate crime from the city and to do that she is hell bent on killing every single villain present in the city. The funny part is whenever Sawa is ready for the kill she is either in her underwear or she is wearing her schoolgirl miniskirt.
To empower the young Sawa, Ziman puts a gun in her young and inexperienced hands along with tough words in her mouth. She is a tough girl with an attitude and a sense of justice. But there is something very discomforting about the camera’s fetishistic leering.
Jackson on the other hand just strolls through the senseless and ridiculous story in a very casual manner. One might think that his mind is on something else other than his acting. We can bet that he must be thinking of how to spend his paycheck. Chances are he might have already moved on.
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Despite the fact that Samuel L. Jackson appeared in the movie, the film did not take off. On the contrary, it was a complete flop.