Dona and Taryn are back again, this time flying missions as federal drug enforcement agents based in Hawaii. After a successful drug bust, they are asked to fly vaccine from Molokai to Knox Island. However, they soon run afoul of nefarious forces in the Philippine government and some double agents at home looking for a sunken ship from World War II that is loaded with gold.
Meanwhile, a storm forces Donna and Taryn to land their plane on the island where a Japanese soldier and samurai named the warrior still thinks that World War II is going on.
Michael J. Shane shows up as Shane Abilene, the next member of the family to be in a Sidaris film. He’s joined by Teri Weigel (April 1986 Playboy Playmate of the Month, adult film star and victim in Predator 2), Al Leong (an Asian actor who continually shows up in films, including Big Trouble in Little China), Lisa London (H.O.T.S.) and making her last Sidaris film appearance, Patty Duffek (May 1984 Playboy Playmate of the Month) who plays Pattycakes for the third time.
None of this makes any sense at all. Are you watching these movies for them to make sense? No. You are watching them to have fun and probably see naked people in hot tubs at least every three minutes. I won’t cast any shame on you.
If you like Savage Beach, good news. Eventually, Andy Sidaris makes his way back here. I know I’ll be around for that.
You can watch this for free on Tubi or get the new blu ray from Mill Creek!
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