Kickboxer

Kickboxer

DVD - 2003
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When kickboxer Eric Sloan is maliciously paralyzed by Thai champion Tong Po, his brother Kurt swears revenge. Kurt travels to a remote part of Thailand to study with a master, Xian Chow, in preparation for his challenge.
Publisher: [United States] : Lions Gate Home Entertainment, [2003], ©1989
Edition: Full screen presentation
ISBN: 9781588178220
1588178226
Call Number: DVD F KICK
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (97 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in

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P58Jackson
Apr 14, 2017

Other than the rather dorky 80's music, pretty much well done overall. It is in a rather specific genre, so if that isn't your cup of tea, you'd likely think otherwise. I think Jean-Claude has three movies that have pretty much exactly the same basis. All are somewhat different and in their own way unique.

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lukasevansherman
Apr 04, 2015

For a long time I thought I'd seen this, but it turned out it'd seen "Bloodsport." I'm still not convinced they're different films. So Jean-Claude Van Damme ("The Muscles from Brussels") and his brother journey to Thailand to kickbox. His brother is crippled by a brutal Thai fighter and Van Damme vows revenge! He enlists an older man to teach him the ways of the kickboxer. I smell a training montage. Needless to say, lots of people get kicked in the face. And there's a gloriously corny 80s score, including inspirational fighting songs. The acting is virtually non-existent, but there's a lot of kicking and a good use of the Thai setting. Also, Van Damme dances! A vintage slice of 80s action cheese.

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