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Miami Connection (1987)

review by Paul J Baio

Finally watched Miami Connection. It’s a so bad it’s good martial arts movie that was made in 1987. An independent vanity project produced, written, and starring a guy who owned a chain of TaeKwon-Do studios Florida. The production value, and camera work are surprisingly good for a movie shot mostly guerrilla style. The film score is surprisingly good as well. The acting however is laughably bad, considering the cast is made up of friends, teachers, and students of the TaeKwon-Do studio. The poorly written script involves an 80s bar band who also happen to be proficient in martial arts, battling a group of drug dealing ninja bikers. I seriously couldn’t stop laughing. You can stream it for free on Tubi.