Starring Y.K. Kim, Vincent Hirsch, Joseph Diamand, Maurice Smith, Angelo Janotti, Kathy Collier, William Eagle, Si Y Jo, Park Woo-sang
Directed by Richard Park (Park Woo-sang)
Expectations: Extremely high.
On the general scale:
On the B-movie scale:
“We could write another Tae Kwon Do song, and after Tom does one of his guitar solos we could all break boards.”
I’m tempted to leave this review at just that quote, because your enjoyment of Miami Connection can all be boiled down to your enjoyment of that quote. It perfectly encapsulates the street martial arts/musical film that Miami Connection is, and for those that love ’80s action it is one of the best treats ever unearthed from obscurity. It’s actually so good, inspiring such amazing thoughts of love and praise, that I’m nearly paralyzed to discuss it rationally. I’ll do my best, though.