"Ironheart is Bolo's worst movie to date (and believe me - this is saying a lot!)."

- American Ninja

Ironheart (1992)

Director: Robert Clouse

Producer: Britton K. Lee

Writer: Larry Riggins

Cast: Britton K. Lee, Bolo Yeung, Richard Norton, Karman Kruschke

Running Time: 92 min.

Plot: An L.A. cop goes after a gang of murderous drug dealers.


AMERICAN NINJA'S REVIEW: I truly think Bolo Yeung isn't too wise when it comes to picking roles. A quick peek at his sad filmography reveals dud after sorry dud with only a few modestly entertaining movies mixed in. Ironheart is Bolo's worst movie to date (and believe me - this is saying a lot!). The plot is the basic vengeance thing where a group of slave traders kill a martial arts expert's partner so (Yawn) Britton Lee (2nd cousin of Bruce) sets out for vengeance against the killers (Bolo and Richard Norton). However, one would assume Britton Lee was out for vengeance against the audience because this movie is so bad. Britton might be Bruce's cousin but he shows very little talent in the martial arts sequences and (especially) in the acting department.Everything about this film is bad. I will list the three things worst about the movie. 1.The script: The script is 'missing in action' making the movie a witless bore. 2. Acting. Let me put it to you this way... if acting is a water fountain, Ironheart is shooting out sewage instead of water. 3.Action scenes. (and this is the kicker) All the fights are one-sided, wooden and flat-out dull. And in the end you will be excited by every minute that comes, not because of the crappy action scenes, but because you are closer to the credits. This is for die-hard fans of Bolo Yeung only.