Six Gary Daniels Movies That Will Knock Your Teeth Out

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# 5. Capital Punishment (1991)

If “Spoiler” was in desperate need of more martial arts madness, writer/director David Huey’s like-minded “innocent man clearing his soiled name” outing could stand a considerable boost in the ol’ story department. I’m all for an abundance of outrageous hand-to-hand confrontations, mind you, but it’s kind of nice having something to fall back on when the action is noticeably weak. The infrequency of such things like solid choreography and sound effects can be distracting, though, chances are, your senses will be too dazzled by the delirious amount of carnage crammed into the film’s slender 87 minutes. Regardless, the movie is a hoot, and should play well with those who like their action peppered with cream corn.

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  • Prinze

    Can’t believe ya never mentioned Cold Harvest! im still waiting for Issac Florentine to team Scott Adkins and Gary Daniels together. Bloodmoon was pretty good too!

  • Prinze

    Can’t believe ya never mentioned Cold Harvest! im still waiting for Issac Florentine to team Scott Adkins and Gary Daniels together. Bloodmoon was pretty good too!

  • justjoe

    Yeah, finally someone give the dude credit. :-) BTW is was pretty much shocked when I´ve seen Daniels alongside Ray Liotta and Andy Garcia in the crime thriller/drama “La lines” aka “the Line”. Ok, alongside may to big of a word, but he had a nice little role as a mobster henchmen (no martial arts in this one, just a shootout). And as far as I´ve seen he will be in the next Wesley Snipes flic “game of death” as well. This guy seems to be on a roll lately and I can´t wait to see him in “the expendables”.

  • justjoe

    Yeah, finally someone give the dude credit. :-) BTW is was pretty much shocked when I´ve seen Daniels alongside Ray Liotta and Andy Garcia in the crime thriller/drama “La lines” aka “the Line”. Ok, alongside may to big of a word, but he had a nice little role as a mobster henchmen (no martial arts in this one, just a shootout). And as far as I´ve seen he will be in the next Wesley Snipes flic “game of death” as well. This guy seems to be on a roll lately and I can´t wait to see him in “the expendables”.

  • Anomaly

    Where is BLOODMOON? That’s showcases Daniels at his BEST.

  • Anomaly

    Where is BLOODMOON? That’s showcases Daniels at his BEST.

  • elysium

    what about white tiger that was a good cop action thriller nice explosion at the end of a big boat not cgi either top body with Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa and he has a love scene with the lovely julia nickson seoul nice .

  • elysium

    what about white tiger that was a good cop action thriller nice explosion at the end of a big boat not cgi either top body with Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa and he has a love scene with the lovely julia nickson seoul nice .

  • Jarrad

    Rage and Recoil are 2 fun films and what I used to love about PM Entertainment :)

    • JK

      Worked at PM for eight years… Great place to learn the movie makeing process….

  • Jarrad

    Rage and Recoil are 2 fun films and what I used to love about PM Entertainment :)

    • JK

      Worked at PM for eight years… Great place to learn the movie makeing process….