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Jean-Claude Van Damme, Donald Gibb, Ken Siu, Bolo Yeung View All


Newt Arnold (Director), Sheldon Lettich (Screenplay), Mel Friedman (Screenplay), Christopher Cosby (Screenplay) View All

Released: Feb. 26th, 1988
Runtime: 1 hour, 32 minutes
Frank Dux has entered the "kumite", an illegal underground martial-arts competition where serious injury and even death are not unknown. Chong Li, a particularly ruthless and vicious fighter is the favorite, but then again Dux has not fought him yet.
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Frank and Best Friends Forever hit it off immediately and you get a sense for their camaraderie really quickly, and even though Frank and Reporter Girl jump in bed way too quickly, and she then betrays him way too quickly, and she then flashes him the smile-of-complete-innocence after that way too quickly (develop your female characters, for ****'s sakes), I still get more of a sense for how distinct each of these characters are, either from the main three protagonists, their manager, the two guys chasing them, and the Big Bad at the end than I did for the entire Rogue One crew and Tarkin's Bitch.
So I exchanged my Seagal boxset with him for his Van Damme boxset, which contained Bloodsport, Cyborg, Death Warrant and Double Impact.


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