Roger Moore, looking every second of his 50 years, lurches across the globe pawing young women and throwing slow, limp punches. They were making action movies in Hong Kong around this time, and frankly a lot of them were a lot better.
The experience of getting to see a Wakaliwood movie with an audience of 1,000 people at TIFF, with live narration by the inimitable V.J. Emmie ("V.J." stands for "Video Joker"), and with Nabwana I.G.G. (rural Uganda's greatest action filmmaker) in attendance, is an experience I will cherish.
A heroically unlikeable movie. Depicts life as a wearying struggle; the passage of time as a gruelling ordeal; and the ageing process as an endless humiliation that sandpapers away everyone’s good qualities. So few movies allow space for such bad feelings. I found it therapeutic.