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Bloodfist II (1990)

Kickboxing champion Jake Raye thought his fighting days were over, until a call from an old friend draws him to the Far East and into the hands of a madman. This time Jake's fighting for ... See full summary »

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Rina Reyes ...
Mariella
Joe Mari Avellana ...
Su
Robert Marius ...
Dieter
Maurice Smith ...
Vinny Petrello
Timothy D. Baker ...
Sal Taylor (as Tim Baker)
James Warring ...
John Jones
Richard Hill ...
Bobby Rose
Steve Rogers ...
Ernest Santana
Monsour Del Rosario ...
Tobo Castenerra
Manny Samson ...
Manny Rivera
Jing Castaneda ...
Kat
Archie Ramirez ...
Ricco
Ned Hourani ...
Mickey Sheehan
Cris Aguilar ...
Su's Fighter #1 (as Kris Aguilar)
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Kickboxing champion Jake Raye thought his fighting days were over, until a call from an old friend draws him to the Far East and into the hands of a madman. This time Jake's fighting for his life! Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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$1,292,323 (USA)
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Trivia

The fighter Jake Raye kills in the opening scene is played by the same actor (Ned Hourani) who played his brother whose death he was seeking to avenge in the first movie. See more »

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In the first Bloodfist movie Jake Raye had retired from fighting after loosing a kidney. In this movie is not only an active fighter, bet reign world champion. See more »

Crazy Credits

All the people's names listed in the opening credits (Don Wilson, Maurice Smith, Timothy Baker, James Warring, Richard Hill) are karate champions, and below them are the titles they hold. There are no supporting players listed in the opening credits. See more »

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Remake of Enter the Dragon (1973) See more »

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It's rated pretty low...
20 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

...And perhaps deservedly so? OK, so any movie, especially a martial arts movie starring "B"-movie Kickboxing phenomenon Don "The Dragon" Wilson, with backing by Roger Corman, is bound to not be good, right? Yeah, pretty much. I'll admit to watching and video-recording the first two "Bloodfist" movies that feature "The Dragon" as American Kickboxing champ Jake Raye, who's kicking the bad guys' butts in the Phillippines. In both movies, Raye has to fight in brutal martial arts tournaments and also get out of some sort of convoluted mess of a plot. But in "Bloodfist II," Raye returns to Manila, this time to help out a friend named Vinny Petrello (former UFC champ Maurice Smith) who is in some sort of trouble. It turns out to be a trap, and Raye is kidnapped along with six other martial artists (whose styles range from Greco-Roman Wrestling to Judo to Shotokan Karate) and forced to fight a group of chemically enhanced brutes in a series of Roman-style, to-the-death gladiator fights arranged by Su (Joe Mari Avellana). Now with the rising popularity of mixed martial arts all over the world and my own personal interest in this sport, it would make sense that a movie like "Bloodfist II" would get some more attention, since it deals with fighters of different styles coming together to show whose style is the best. (But didn't they do that in 1988 with Jean-Claude Van Damme's movie "Bloodsport"?) Yet, this entry, by director Andy Blumenthal, has pitiful acting, lousy dialogue, Jake's poorly timed relationship with Su's daughter Mariella (Rina Reyes) and just about everything else, except the fights, with the actual tournament not starting until the third act of the picture. The illegal underground martial arts tournament story has been done to death already. How about fighters competing in a legal martial arts tournament for once? And lastly, there's Wilson. He's far from a great actor, but his performance is pretty much limited to his Kickboxing skills, which shows that his title as "The Dragon" seems rightful. Too bad, he could've been a great cult movie martial arts star if his career and "B"-movie choices had panned out a little better.

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