How bad is it? It's better than the previous sequels in the series.
Should you see it? I must be getting loopy, because I found it worthwhile.
Villain Tong-Po is brought back in this sequel, with more tweezed eyebrows and mascara than villains should have and it takes place in Mexico, which must've saved enough money to, um, hire a scriptwriter? Directed by Albert Pyun, who did Tales of an Ancient Empire as well as Kickboxer 2, this is better than those, but no "Cyborg." There are some long, decent, fight sequences, but they're more beatdowns than equal matches. There's a voyeuristic scene in a ninja mask and surprisingly little music in the fights for once.