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The Big Hit Review One of my favorite movies is called The Big Hit I rate this movie excellent because it meets the three criteria of an entertaining actionadventure show The first criterion is that the show must have action scenes of gun shooting car chasing and full contact physical fighting Second the show has to be entertaining through the use of humor Finally there must be some light romance through the story line This movies action begins with a contract killer named Melvin a compact package of muscle and agility Melvin single-handedly takes out forty armed bodyguards with his combinational use of blazing guns an assortment of ammunitions and acrobatic stunts Later when Melvin escapes in his car a hot-pursuit ensues by a mini-van of armed operatives Resembling oversized apes clinging to a single limb the operatives hang out and on to the swerving van while they take aim and shoot at Melvins car After firing many rounds the operatives are finally successful in riddling Melvins car with bullet holes and taking out the back glass At this point Melvin whips his car around slams it in reverse gear and starts to drive backwards While driving backwards and facing the mini van he retrieves an uzi from his duffel bag shoots out his windshield and returns fire Before emptying the uzis magazine Melvin is able to take out one of the operatives The car chase ends when Melvin turns his car around in time to tail swipe another car causing the road to be blocked and forcing the mini van off the road and into a ravine Towards the end of the movie an unarmed Melvin and a double knife bearing Cisco Melvins back stabbing co-worker are involved in a to the death fight with each other Punches and kicks to the face and abdomen are exchanged and Cisco is able to put a cut on Melvin Cisco is then fatally
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