That Man Bolt

Film, Action and adventure

Time Out says

Packaged consumer product, with a black hero (albeit somewhat like Uncle Tom's answer to Desperate Dan - all chin and about as subtle), and a plot that escalates from straightforward thriller (he's an international 'courier') into a fantasy of Bond-like proportions, which ends with Bolt coming on like a one-man army. It's given something of a lift by the now almost obligatory kung-fu influence: Bolt lands up in Hong Kong, taking on the local syndicate villain and a score of oriental pugilists, the highlight being a fight in a firework factory (preceded by a bit of torture by acupuncture) which ends with a large firework display.

By: CPe


Release details

103 mins

Cast and crew

Henry Levin, David Lowell Rich
Quentin Werty Ranald MacDougall, Charles Johnson
Fred Williamson
Byron Webster
Miko Mayama
Teresa Graves
Satoshi Nakamura
Jack Ging
Paul Mantee
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