Undeclared War (1990)
Reviewed by: Darryl on 1999-12-21
A political potboiler shot on three continents and featuring English,Cantonese, Mandarin, and Polish language! The family of a U.S. Ambassador in Poland is murdered by an international terrorist ring led by Welles and Hussy (the ambassador is Heddison). The American brother-in law (Liapus), a member of the C.I.A., travels to Hong Kong to track down the terrorist. While there he is paired up with a Hong Kong cop (Lee). Tension builds. Lee's partner (Wong) is a dupe. Kwan is Lee's reporter girlfriend. A big business conference is being held in HK and Welles seeks to mess it up. Lee and Liapus catch on after 90 minutes of cat & mouse. It's not great, but not bad. Danny Lee's English is superb. It's available on HK and Taiwanese tape, and on American tape.
Reviewer Score: 7