Twin Dragon Encounter (1986)
Ahhh, the sweet maple-syrupy stench of Canucksploitation! Twin martial artists who look a bit like Graeme Souness. Only without the nuanced thespian chops.
Leaden, clichéd, preposterous, witless, but lots of kicky fighting. Like a lot of movie-makers who have genuine martial arts skill, they think that'll carry the movie on its own. Happily, it does not. Neither do the downright peculiar sound effects.
Our heroes, delivering their lines with all the animation of a voice synthesiser, head out to the woods with their laydeez for a week's holiday. Right at the start, they have a run-in with a bunch of militaristic gun-nuts, who vow revenge. Despite this, the brothers ignore the repeated threats, the nearby gunshots and the fact that they know the baddies are aware of the location of the holiday cabin, and go off in a canoe for a spot of fishing.
So the ladies are kidnapped, and I'm sure you are as shocked as I was that this happened.
Cue threats, revenge, Rambo*-style ambushes in the woods and many appearances of rockin' action choons. Glorious!
*more like 'Deadly Prey' than 'Rambo', to be honest.