The trick with this 'straight to video' film is not to expect anything too taxing. As with most low budget films the corners that are cut are obvious, a big play is made for the special effects but they are slightly dated in parts and can only be rated as average. Some of the acting is weak with the guy who plays the 'mobster' being a fourth rate Danny DeVito, and Brigitte Nielsen is also quite erratic and is at her best when she is not speaking or limited to just one line at a time, having said that the script does in parts absolutely stink, even the likes of Sir John Gielgud could not make lines such as "now my world can live in peace again" sound even remotely believable. However it is not all bad, Richard Moll gives a more than adequate performance, the fairly silly storyline does keep together and Ms Nielsen (playing a female version of Bruce Willis or Arnold Schwartzeneggar) looks tremendous and is well suited to playing the action scenes. Although rather a curate's egg, overall it is an enjoyable way to spend a hour or two and even provides the odd (unintentional) laugh.