Was this a tribute to classic Clint Eastwood and Tom Laughlin, or lazy writing, or both? It's not so much that it was a bad movie, as it was that the plot, characters and dialogue were so obviously "borrowed" from those other movies. And as much as I liked Dolph as the steroid-mutated Soviet monstrosity battling the determined yet physically undermatched Rocky, in Missionary Man, he couldn't deliver the gravelly back-from-the-grave menacing Clint Eastwood voice, or the philosophical musings and Native American spirituality of Billy Jack. I was sort of hoping that his motorcycle would burst into flames so they could tie Ghost Rider into it, as well, but alas, didn't happen. I've seen worse on Amazon, but to be fair, that is a pretty low bar.