Grant Hodges’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Only through the elimination of violence can we achieve world peace"
What a strange fucking way to end a movie in which all of the film's problems were solved entirely because of violence. That being said, Miami Connection is a damn good time. Obviously, it’s not an objectively good movie. It's got a nonsense plot, nonsense characters, and some horrible lighting, dubbing, and camerawork... but it’s also so full of charm that you kind of can’t hate it. There’s rarely a dull moment in this thing. Hell, there’s even some cheesy ‘80s songs and genuinely impressive kung-fu. Just invite some friends over, drink your alcoholic beverage of choice, and put it on. I promise you will not be disappointed.