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Retitled "Tied Up" and "Jill The Ripper" for the U.S. cable and home video releases whereas the production and international title is "Jill Rips" like the Frederic Lindsay novel it's loosely adapted from. See more »
Somebody told me you were looking for me, ex-policeman. What can I help you with?
I was just wondering where I can pickup a wig like that.
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As a general rule I don't like martial arts movies and especially don't like Dolph Lundgren. But this isn't his typical fare and altho he still doesn't come off as an actor this film has a sort of interesting plot and our Dolph isn't the all powerful superhero.
He is an alcoholic ex-cop who has gotten involved in tracing what may be a serial killer for reasons of his own and almost displays some semblance of humanity. I say almost because although he tries our hero still has a lot of work to do, but this film is tolerable for the late nite audience.
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