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Dragonfight (1990)

R | | Fantasy, Sci-Fi
In the future, large corporations earn millions of dollars by staging gladiatorial fights to the death that are shown on worldwide television. One day, however, a fighter who is scheduled ... See full summary »

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Falchion
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Moorpark
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Asawa
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Bull
Peter Costelli ...
Bull's Gang #1
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Bull's Gang #2
Denise Schroeder ...
Bar Fight Spectator
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Bar Fight Spectator
Rita Peterson ...
Bar Fight Spectator
Kevin Carter ...
Bar Fight Spectator
Kim Giaimo Yarosh ...
Bar Fight Spectator
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In the future, large corporations earn millions of dollars by staging gladiatorial fights to the death that are shown on worldwide television. One day, however, a fighter who is scheduled to hunt and kill an opponent in the Arizona desert decides he's had enough, and makes a run for it. His opponent is instructed to track him down and kill him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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a brutal vision of the future, for the corporate warriors it's a fight to the death.

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Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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In the bar scene, Falchion goes down stairs, followed by Bull. The second Bar Fight Spectator behind Bull jumps over the handrail, but snags his foot. He still lands on his feet, although with a minor wardrobe malfunction. See more »

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To be serious, this really is one of the the worst films ever made. See it.
10 February 1999 | by (Gothenburg, Sweden) – See all my reviews

After seeing films like "Glen or Glenda" or "Terror in the midnight sun", you may think you´ve seen the worst film ever made, but "Dragonfight" really wins that "price". The first films I mentioned, like many of the "bad film classics", have got some charm in just being bad, but "Dragonfight" hasn´t. It´s got worthless actors, a crappy story and an even crappier screenplay. And then I haven´t even mentioned the "special effects" and the "stunts". Commonly, when you watch a film known to be bad, you don´t mind about those things mentioned above, because they are what you expect them to be and you can laugh at them, but in "Dragonfight" it seems like the crew thought that they were doing a great film and that´s what making this film so extremely bad. So if you get your hands on this film, view it so that you can tell your friends that you have seen THE bad one. After that, burn it.


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