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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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NSA Agent
James Burns ...
NSA Agent
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Security Guard
Brayton Carpenter ...
NSA Agent
Milo Cudanes ...
Beefy's Thug
Greg Duimovich ...
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Carl Dyer ...
Security Guard
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Julie
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Beefy's Thug
Jake Herbert ...
Beefy's Thug
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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 III: Forced to Fight (1992) See more »

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Caribbean Nights
Written and Performed by Jay Bolton and Mary Ekler
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Superior Low Budget Action Movie
29 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

Given the nature of the Bloodfist series, it's easy to write them off before even reading the blurb on the back of the box, however, doing so with the fifth entry into this 'series' would be a big mistake for fans of action flicks.

Now, apart from the first two, all of the Bloodfist movies have nothing to do with one another, asides the presence of C-Grade action star Don 'The Dragon' Wilson. While this makes you wonder why they even bother calling the movies Bloodfist, it also means, on the plus side, that this has nothing to do with the 4, rather lame, movies that preceded it.

Here Wilson stars as a man who wakes up from a near fatal shooting, suffering from amnesia, when a hooker named Candy pretends to be his wife and checks him out of hospital. It then becomes clear that whoever he is, he is a wanted man, as Chinese black market goons and NSA agents are all pursuing him, in a plot involving some 'lost' plutonium missile cores.

Giving away much of the plot would be a damn shame, because this is easily one of the best written Direct-to-video action movies I've ever seen, and it's finally a flick Wilson can be proud of. He gets several chances to display his kick-boxing prowess, and the late Steve James shows up in a different, but well performed role.

If you like low budget action movies, I would greatly recommend giving this a chance, it may well be Wilson's best movie, and it's got a more exciting plot than most recent Hollywood attempts at an action flick.


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