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Kickboxer

Kickboxer

Genders: Action, Thriller, Sport

Director: Mark DiSalle, David Worth

Writer: Mark DiSalle, Glenn A. Bruce

Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dennis Alexio, Dennis Chan, Michel Qissi

Year: 1989
Run time: 1h 37min
IMDB score: 6
Updated: one year ago

Movie infomation

Movie name: Kickboxer

Genders: Action, Thriller, Sport

Imdb Score: 6

Runtime: 1h 37min

Released: 08 Sep 1989

Director: Mark DiSalle, David Worth

Writer: Mark DiSalle, Glenn A. Bruce

Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dennis Alexio, Dennis Chan, Michel Qissi

Company: HBO Video

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Review

pretty good movie

7/10 this is the one of my favorite van dam movies. I think that it is also one of his best films. We watch his character train throughout the movie for a fight at the end. The martial arts throughout are very well done. This is one of those films you can watch every time it is on TV. If you like martial arts movies you will probably enjoy this one. The movie though is all about the final fight. Like many other films of its type. All in all van dam is great and if you want to see a film based on the martial arts that doesn't have Druce Lee or Jackie Chan or Jet Li in it then this movie is one for you. The story is pretty simple but the fight scenes are worth it so go for it. 7 out of 10.

one year ago

Revenge of the 80's: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Superstar.

7/10 Kickboxer (1989) was another in a long line of star vehicles for the "Muscles from Brussels". In this picture J.C.V.D. plays the younger brother of a unbeaten American kick boxer who lusts for some real competition. So he decides to go to the home of Muay Thai kick boxing, Thailand. There he realizes that he doesn't know squat about the true art of kick boxing. He learns a painful lesson. His younger brother decides to learn Muay Thai and avenge his brother's honor.

Not a bad movie. Entertaining and a good time waster. But for some reason the producers decided to franchise out this series. The rest of the films are a mixed bag at best. The more they made the least interesting they became until the final results were unwatchable. As always with these films the first film is usually the best of the bunch. Jean-Claude plays his character with a thick euro-accent (I forgot how they explained it). He's physically impressive so it's kind of hard to swallow his naivete about fighting and what not. Or well. Fun for all.

Recommended.

one year ago

Great Van Damme movie! One of his best!

10/10 This is one of Van Damme's best films! I thought his acting was really good especially when he was crying. Michel Qissi and Dennis Chan very good good. There is a lot of action in the film. Tong Po's introduction was cool! The music by Paul Hertzog was good. Kickboxer has three sequels and I think the the second movie is arguably better than the first one and this one is excellent! If like Van Damme's other great movies such as Bloodsport, Cyborg, Hard Target, and Sudden Death then I recommend you watch Kickboxer!

one year ago

Great action movie

9/10 I have rented this movie out numerous times and i love watching it every time, its a movie that i just cant get enough of and is a movie that i would someday like to own on video or DVD.

The story is pretty simple it's about a man named Kurt Sloan played by Van Dame, who's brother Eric Sloan gets brutally crippled after fighting undefeated Muhay Thai kickboxing champion Tong Po, Kurt Sloan then meets Xian played by Dennis Chan who latter agrees to train Kurt so that he can be good enough to fight Tong Po and beat him to get revenge for his brother.

This is by far my favourite martial arts movie, it has lots of great fighting and action and also contains some lovely scenery of Thailand which the movie is set in and was filmed in.

A highly recommended movie for all martial arts action movie fans.

one year ago

Explosive Martial Arts Move!

9/10 This is one of the best martial arts movie ever made. It's got "Damme" good soundtrack , "Damme" good story line and "Damme" good training. The last fight is the best I've ever seen. I've seen 2 different versions and they're both good. This is a must watch Van Damme movie.

one year ago