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Twin Daggers (2008)

Rhett Giles , Veronica Bero , Chan Kwan-Hau , Kuen-Hou Chen  |  R |  DVD

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When an infamous hit man is hired by a beautiful woman to kill her twin sister, he puts his job in jeopardy when he unexpectedly develops for his target. He enters into a dangerous liaison between untrustworthy twins and a band of deceitful assassins, consummating in a spectacular martial arts battle. The stakes are high, and with money and revenge involved someone is going to die. Rhet Giles, Coco Su, and Veronica Bero star.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Haunting and Hokey August 8, 2009
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I had looked very much forward to watching "Twin Daggers". I am still glad I watched it, but it would not have been a terrible loss had I let it pass. I enjoy Lion's Gate films. They usually are fairly-well done and the action is not bad, but borders on ridiculous at times. "Twin Daggers" was all of this.

I almost turned it off about 15 minutes into it. I decided to let it run so I didn't have to get up from the couch and change movies :-) Because of that, I did get to see the improvements that came along a few minutes later. The acting is still poor, the fx poor, and the martial arts were okay. I watched the plot. The plot was good, got better, and finished up just fine. Lots of twists and turns (a lot predictable, but some not so much), which I like.

Bottom line: If you like movies that are a bit over the top, acting barely good enough, and a decent plot, go ahead. If you have to be spellbound throughout and all the bells and whistles have to be great,
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Twin Daggers August 12, 2008
The special effects are horrible and the eighties look is outdated. The stunts are horrible. The makeup effects are horrible. All those I just mentioned are just typical of the generation age. There's tackiness in the negative points mentioned. The dancing and the workout scene was cool because I wanted to be there. I loved how the character of Body had knife points that would pop out of her black thigh high boots. The Chinese vases scene was funny with the breaking and the Frenchman hanging on to all his precious artifacts. The Mime/ghost was really cool with his miming ghostliness. Compared to the other Martial Arts movies I wouldn't recommend this one to see ever.

The artwork on the front of the DVD cover is rather fake and misleading as it doesn't fit the content of the movie. The back of the DVD cover is the same.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love karate June 29, 2013
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I showed it to my nephew, he wanted to see it. know he wont give back he loves it. I will have to buy me another later. I am still trying to get it back. thank you amazon
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2.0 out of 5 stars "Oh no! Oh no! Oh no!" February 26, 2010
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Just so you know, the cover of this DVD is deceptive: the two fellows featured on it don't appear in the movie. There is an abundance of kung fu, but unfortunately, most of it - along with the rest of the film - is kinda silly. In a bad way. "Twin Daggers" tries but fails to break the curse of lackluster DTV action movies: as a Hong Kong action movie filmed in English (more or less), it fails to be as coherent as Drive or as mindlessly enjoyable as No Retreat, No Surrender. It's creative in some aspects, but these are muddled and kept from their full potential by alien scriptwriting and incompetent filmmaking. I do believe that this movie will fill an indecisive void for some people who have seen a lot of martial arts movies before this one and are ready for something new and crazy, but even if this is your niche, know that you're likely one of the few.

The story: a regrouped team of military-trained expert assassins - played by Rhett "Scholar" Giles (H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds), Veronica "Body" Bero (Hellinger), Joey "Flex" Covington (Tai Chi Warriors), and Vasilios "Ghost" E. (Kung Fu Killer) - is promised riches by a mysterious Chinese woman named Kay (Coco Su) for the covert killing of her twin sister Sue.
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