If a film is going for ultra violence, which HK movies regularly do, there's no point doing it in half measures, much like Mark's punches it doesn't follow through?DISC: This is disc from HKL shows a commitment from the very beginning to produce more than just a film on DVD.The plot is another of these 'Kung Fu fighter' meets 'gangster rapper / ghetto boy / copper with attitude' buddy yarns.There seems to be a contract clause in every non-American who wants to work in Hollywood that they have to work with a light comedy partner.Since this movie he has gone on to do Brotherhood of the Wolf and was best known before for his role as Eric Draven in the Crow TV series.
She was a model at age 15, but when she moved to LA at 16, her mother acted as her agent, and soon she appeared resp. There have been rumors about a divorce and Julie dating Michigan Quarterback Brian Griese in 1999. Mark Dacascos' official website shows recent pictures of her and him. OVERALL: As much as I want those deleted scenes in the movie, I have to say this movie is too long already, by about 10 - 15 mins.I do not hold the view that all kung fu films should be under 100 mins, for example I think Once Upon a Time in China is the right length, but you need a gripping plot and solid acting interspersed with some great fight sequences. Having said that, this is still an important disc historically as it is the beginning of a label which became the world leader in well under 2 years, plus it does have a superb extras section.The relatively unknown Drive was the first release on the excellent HKL title and for that alone it deserves a review.The star of Drive is Mark Dacascos (Toby Wong), the Hawaiian born martial artist, in possibly his best known role.