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Bloodfist V: Human Target (1994)

R | | Action | Video 19 January 1994
Don "The Dragon" Wilson struggles to regain his memory, not knowing who to trust, or even which side he's fighting on.

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Jim Stanton (as Don 'The Dragon' Wilson)
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Candy / Michelle
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Marcus / Drew Washington
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Beefy's Thug
Greg Duimovich ...
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Carl Dyer ...
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Quan's Warehouse Thug
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Don "The Dragon" Wilson struggles to regain his memory, not knowing who to trust, or even which side he's fighting on.

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Rated R for martial arts and gangster violence, and for language | See all certifications »

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Co-star Steve James passed away before the film was released. See more »

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Follows Bloodfist IV: Die Trying (1992) See more »

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Written by Becky Woo and Dan Golden
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24 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Don Wilson and Steve James join forces to deliver one of the stupider entries of the series, this time Don has amnesia and so he has to find out who is trying to kill him and who is on his side, however being that he has mobsters and agents dogging him, he just beats them all up in the process. Bloodfist V is so amazingly awful it defies mere words. Literly this movie is so utterly brainless that you can actually feel your brain evaporate into a cloud of smoke. Well let's address the plot. Don Wilson is amnesiac in the first place due to being shot in the head, now i'm no expert on being shot in the head (Because i've never been shot in the head) but i'm guessing that memory loss from a gunshot would also include losing your coordination, ability to speak or walk and so on. Wilson is basically inhuman and for me it was dull to watch. Also for some reason the movie tries to provide twists that any viewer will see miles away, it is almost as if we too are one of the henchmen who know everything that Wilson doesn't but yet the movie goes on, as if we are clueless to the ridiculous approach. Worst of all is that it is never made clear whether Wilson was an undercover agent or if he was a bad guy. I for one didn't care after the 15 minute mark.

* out of 4-(Bad)


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