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Blu-ray Review - Martial Law


1990's "Martial Law" is meant to be a vehicle for Chad McQueen, showcasing his steely screen presence and martial arts capabilities. What director Steve Cohen actually finds is screen magic with co-star Cynthia Rothrock, who's meant to support McQueen, but ends up stealing the movie with her lightning-fast fight skills and icy supercop stare. "Martial Law" doesn't add up to much without Rothrock, finding the screenplay laboring to assemble a story of criminal activity that's just as compelling as simple scenes of McQueen and Rothrock taking on waves of bad guys. Read the rest at


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