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<br> Missionary Man was directed by, partially produced by, and partially written by Dolph Lundgren. It stars: Dolph Lundgren. The plot virtually seems like a variation on Walking Tall, solely with a mysterious man driving into a town run by drug dealers on his bike and a take no shit angle. This man on a motorbike, Dolph Lundgren, likes his tequila straight up and to read his Bible every day. It would seem that he could have some kind of private agenda for revenge, which fits nicely with serving to the cities folks out, mainly Indians, with stopping the drug lord from killing them off so he can build a on line casino. <br> Read my other artcile  http://ijpbs.net/phpmailer/page/the_122.html . <br> Dolph Lundgren sounds like Robert Redford on steroids and looks like he can be on an Aryan Nation jail league basketball team. You may remember him from the eighty's and early ninety's from such movies as: Rocky IV, Master of the Universe, The Punisher, Showdown in Little Tokyo, and Universal Soldier. He could by no means have gotten to rise so far as other action stars of the era, principally enjoying in the same league throughout the action style: Steven Seagal and Jean-Claude Van Damme. However, Lundgren exhibits in this direct to DVD film that he did not waste away right into a fat retarded ninja, nor a washed out ex-druggie. Dolph is as dangerous ass as ever. <br> The film itself has a really grainy look to it and little color. One may think it might need been simpler on the eyes to only go ahead and movie it in black and white. The grainy-ness obtained on my nerves extra instances than it accented the conditions. The other fault of the film is the story. It goes from simple and needing a twist, to having a twist that has too many holes and makes a mess of things. Yet, even in moments of low-budget action sequences and poor dialog Dolph Lundgren carries the entertainment on his shoulders. The man looks so demented when he delivers some of the most straightforward and probably silly dialog, that one can't help, however wish to write a evaluate utilizing phrases like shit and bad ass in it. <br> Missionary Man leaves too much to interpretation within the story for my liking, too wibbly-wobbly with holes. However, you possibly can only get by with phrases like wibbly-wobbly as soon as in a evaluate for a Dolph Lundgren movie as a result of he is bad ass cool and Missionary Man is the shit; extra floater than sinker. <br>
 
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