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Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins Blu-ray

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'Remo Williams: The Adventure begins' is arguably one of the 1980s more playfully charismatic, actio

Based on the successful series of action-packed 'Destroyer' novels by writers Warren Murphy & Richard Sapir, and brought to especially vivid Technicolor life by experienced action director guy Hamilton. Gruff, twin-fisted NYC cop (Fred Ward) has a violent altercation with some grubby-looking dockside skells, ending with being physically rammed into the ice-cold drink, and not after this ignominious dunking he awakens greatly disorientated in a private hospital room with handsome rugged features closely resembling that of muscular actor Fed Ward, a spiffy new name, and finds himself part of some deep cover, shadow agency, covertly set up to seek out and destroy any not so clear, but definitely present threat to 80s America! 'Remo Williams: The Adventure begins' is arguably one of the 1980s more playfully charismatic, action-packed adventures, with many heated, delightfully endearing exchanges between bluff proletariat Remo (Fred Ward) and his far more cultured Korean Martial Art mentor Chiun (Joel Grey),plentiful adrenaline-spiking spectacle, and an engaging boy's own plot concerning the imminent threat of terrorist agencies malign, with fleet-footed director Hamilton, and celebrated cinematographer Andrew Laszlo orchestrating a 'landmark' vertigo-inducing chase atop America's eternally vigilant first lady!

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