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No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers (1990)

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Two feuding brothers (one a policeman, the other a martial arts expert) of different political views, join forces to avenge the death of their father, a retired agent, killed by the mafia.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Will Alexander
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Casey Alexander
Joseph Campanella ...
John Alexander
Wanda Acuna ...
Maria
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Atteron
Rion Hunter ...
Franco
Mark Russo ...
Russo - Franco's Henchman
David Michael Sterling ...
Angel
Philip Benson ...
Macpherson
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Jodie
Mike Genova ...
Head Terrorist
D. Christian Gottshall ...
Franklin
Brett Ancell ...
Farmer
B.J. McQueen ...
Man at Bar
Tracey Berg ...
Amy
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Two feuding brothers (one a policeman, the other a martial arts expert) of different political views, join forces to avenge the death of their father, a retired agent, killed by the mafia. Written by Parca Mortem <icy_shadow@rocketmail.com>

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The first was for honour, The second for his country, This time it's family.

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Action

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25 January 1990 (West Germany)  »

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No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers  »

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Filming the scene in which the characters of Loren Avedon and Keith Vitali discover the body of Joseph Campanella was trying. According to writer Keith W. Strandberg, Avedon improvised so much that Vitali had difficulty acting his part. When the director and crew appealed to Avedon to stick to the script, he grew frustrated and shouted at the crew in anger. See more »

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At the end of the bar fight as Angel walks over to Casey the boom mic is visible in the large mirror over the bar behind them. See more »

Quotes

Casey Alexander: [to Will] Looks like we're going on a different sort of hunting trip.
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Referenced in The King of the Kickboxers (1990) See more »

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Where the series retreated and surrendered...
13 July 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

STAR RATING: ***** The Works **** Just Misses the Mark *** That Little Bit In Between ** Lagging Behind * The Pits

Will (Loren Avedon) returns to be with his CIA brother Casey (Keith Vitali) at their father's 65th birthday party. However, when the old man is murdered by the evil Franco (Rion Hunter) they are both re-united in a quest for revenge...

When the movie opens, we see a foiled bank hold-up where American Imperialism self-righteously prevails when we see that the gangs agenda appears to be against American-imposed wars abroad. From there, we're left to gawp at just how much charisma Avedon actually had and how sad it was that he never moved on to bigger and better things. His delivery's a little ropey, but other than that, he's a spot on action star. Hunter in the bad guy role also has a genuine presence to him that is typical of DTV action fudd of the time that this movie was released.

From here, we see what is essentially a very weak film. It's predictable, clichéd, simplistic and lazy. But, for fans of the past two films, who get a kick out of the hammy over-acting, corny 80s soundtracks and the cleverly choreographed martial arts sequences, it may just pass muster all the same, but it is an undeniably wise final edition to the series. **


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