Dok’s review published on Letterboxd:
Agreeably goofy Great Indoor Fight with a fantastic sense of low-budget staging and geometry. While this is objectively too long and no one's idea of an actors' showcase, Christopher Lambert and Ice-T have the exact right kind of weird charisma that elevates this sort of thing. At the time it would have been called a Tarantino ripoff but now, with the colorful assassins, tossed off crime boss mythology, and neverending action scenes, it feels more like Pyun sort of anticipated the John Wick formula.
RIP Albert Pyun, a real one if there ever was one.