Double Dragon

Synopsis: Set 15 years in the future in post-earthquake California, where San Diego and Los Angeles are merged into one city, two teenage brothers have half of a powerful ancient Chinese talisman. Millionaire Koga Shuko (a.k.a. Guisman) has the other half and determines to get the brothers' half in order to have the complete medallion and the absolute power of the magical Double Dragon talisman.
Director(s): James Yukich
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
 
IMDB:
3.7
Rotten Tomatoes:
8%
PG-13
Year:
1994
96 min
394 Views


Thousands of years ago

in ancient China,

an evil army

of shadow warriors...

terrorized the great city

of Shang-sa.

To save his people,

the good king sacrificed himself

to create a mystical medallion.

Realizing the ultimate powers

of the medallion,

the king split it in half.

To one son,

he gave the power over body;

to the other,

power over the soul.

This is the legend

of the Double Dragon.

Come on! Hyah!

Shuko, Lash. We found it.

The king knew that together

his sons would be triumphant...

and return peace to the land.

After their victory, the princes

hid the medallions...

to prevent them

from ever being used... for evil.

Afraid of a little aftershock?

Don't be.

They're a... prophecy.

Seven years ago,

the quake heralded my arrival.

Over the centuries,

many lives have been spent...

searching for

the legendary Double Dragon.

Now...

it's mine.

This is only half of it.

Where is the second dragon?

Find me the other half now!

Three points! Defend!

- Come on, Jimmy.

- Jimmy, watch his spin kick!

Come on, Jim. Watch it!

Yeah!

Remain calm.

This is an aftershock,

not a quake.

Yeah!

Yeah, Jimmy!

Three points, team Lee.

Watch his

spinning round kick!

- Save some for me.

- In a minute.

JIMMY:
Billy!

BILLY:
You're tagged, bro!

Woo-hoo-hoo! Yeah! You!

Three points, team Lee.

Dragonfly,

I tell you when you tag me.

Don't call me Dragonfly.

- Call him dragon dropping!

- Come on!

Three points, team Red.

All right, neutral positions!

Three points Red.

Three points Red. Go!

- All right, 10 points for us.

- What? Wha-

- Get him off!

- Billy!

Get him off! Ah! Get off!

Stay down where you belong!

Neutral corner!

Neutral corner!

BILLY:
Come on!

BILLY:
Come on!

You want some? No way!

Team Lee

has been disqualified.

Team Red has won

the Southwest Championship.

JIMMY:
History repeats itself.

Congratulations, Billy.

You lost the prize money.

BILLY:
You were playing it safe.

I was having fun.

- Have fun out of the ring!

- What a buzz kill!

Better luck next time... losers.

- East some fist, buttheads!

- Billy, no!

- You're dead, loser!

- Aah!

Look out!

It's Sunday. You're watching

the Raiders-Gladiators game.

Suddenly the house collapses.

How embarrassing.

It's not your fault.

It's everybody's fault.

Go to Jack City.

You can choose

from hundreds of colors.

Remember,

if you didn't buy from us...

you don't know Jack-

City.

From Hollywood Harbor

to the Tijuana border,

this is New Angeles'

number one nightly news,

with George Hamilton

and Vanna White.

It's daylight

savings time again.

Set your clocks one hour ahead,

or tomorrow, you may find

yourself out after curfew.

I get them mixed up,

whether to go forward

or backward.

Ha ha ha! That's great, Vanna.

Andy, how's it look out there?

Oh, you two are crazy.

We don't want our viewers

playing beat the clock...

with the city gangs.

Our ratings might go down.

Ha ha! Boom! OK! Oh, boy!

Pack your oxygen masks tomorrow.

We're in for some black rain.

All the smog fans

won't blow this away.

If you have a smog fan,

stay near it.

If you don't, get a job.

Our live pictures are beamed

from police headquarters...

as Chief Delario reels

his officers in for the night.

As the police reclaim

the streets tomorrow morning,

expect balmy temperatures

throughout New Angeles.

- We got everybody in?

- Yes, sir.

Good. See you tomorrow.

ANDY DICK:
Precipitation

in Lake Pasadena,

eighty percent

in New Angeles City,

and the same thing

in New Tokyo City.

The high tide tomorrow

will be at 11:
05 a.m.

The water's gonna go all the way

up to Hollywood and Vine.

Looks great.

Perfect. We're out after curfew.

We'll be gang bait because

you fought those jerks.

We needed the practice.

You might be getting much more.

BILLY:
Hey, clowns.

They're gnarly.

BILLY:
Chick at two o'clock.

She is my type.

Pull over. Pull over!

That's a bad idea.

You're right. She's your type.

Trap! Go! Go!

It's the Mohawks.

Ha ha!

Moby Dick over there

is Bo Abobo,

a steroid freak.

Says he can bench press

800 pounds.

The toll is 50 bucks.

Good evening, gentlemen.

May I see some identification?

I left it in my other pants.

Handle it, Hawk.

Fifty bucks. We accept

major credit cards...

including American Express.

Any problem?

Hey, what's that? Ah!

JIMMY:
Satori, give it to him!

- It's got sentimental value.

- Ah.

- Aah!

- Ha ha!

Drive!

- Get us going faster!

- Like I'm just sitting here!

We know these guys.

It's the Lee brothers-

Ug and Home.

Who?

Right on Wilshire.

Oh, I get it-Ug Lee, Home Lee.

Ha ha!

- Uh!

- Ha ha!

Come on!

SATORl:
They'll cut us off!

JIMMY:
Stoke the fire!

BILLY:
I'm stoking it!

Floor it, Jimmy!

JIMMY:
Go!

BILLY:
They need a map!

Yes! Whoo!

We can't see!

How can you drive?

No problem.

Let's have some fun.

BILLY:
Come on, lose them.

Let's see them handle this.

We lost them.

Whoa!

Dude, you must suck

at video games.

Give me that!

Ha! I got it.

Get them!

Shortcut!

Incoming!

What else can we burn?

BILLY:
Uh... what is this?

"Nitrate, sulfate."

What could happen?

Whoa!

Buttheads! Argh!

Whoa!

Woo-hoo!

- Look out!

- Aah!

Game over, Ug Lee.

My whole life just flashed

before my eyes.

Dude, I sleep a lot.

JIMMY:
Are you crazy?

We almost wrecked.

Look at his rig.

They'll need a can opener.

JIMMY:
I hope he has insurance.

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