Ian A. Chapman’s review published on Letterboxd:
Now cross-genre mashups can illicit unique cinematic delights. Picture a combination of drug running bikers who are part-time rockstars, fighting ninjas and gangstas - all under the badly focused haze of 1980's radness. Miami Connection blends this together with endless fight sequences, terrible acting, and disconnected scenes. Nothing ever flows properly: underground hair metal bands, computer labs, fronting in a carpark and then ninja's training as legitimate men walk holding briefcases. Admittedly, I do get right into this style of film, especially with RiffTrax overtaking the story whenever possible. Won't be the last time I watch this.