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Full Contact (1993)

Luke Powers travels to L.A. to find that his brother has been murdered in a back alley martial arts tournament. Luke enters the tournament circuit to try to flush out his brother's killer. ... See full summary »

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Luke Powers
Howard Jackson ...
Daniels, Pep's Brother
Alvin Prouder ...
Black Ice
Gerry Blanck ...
Johnny Powers
Denise Buick ...
Tori
Marcus Aurelius ...
Pep
Raymond Storti ...
Albert Jawarski
Joe Charles ...
Ahmed
Manuel Luben ...
Manolo
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Low-Ball (as Michael White)
Jeff Damron ...
Bartender
Andrew Hertz ...
Gambler
Larry Ames ...
Detective
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Vietnamese Gang #1
Andrew Russin ...
Vietnamese Gang #2
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Luke Powers travels to L.A. to find that his brother has been murdered in a back alley martial arts tournament. Luke enters the tournament circuit to try to flush out his brother's killer. With the help of a trainer and former fighter, Lucke enters what he thinks will be a victorious battle. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Pep lectures Luke Powers reading from a pocket edition of the 6th century BC classic 'The Art of War' by Sun Tzu. See more »

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During the pre-credits fight, the names of Daniels and Powers are the only ones written on the blackboard. Yet near the fight's end the board has about a dozen names on it. See more »

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Remake of Bloodfist (1989) See more »

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Great cover
21 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

Okay, so I've never actually seen Full Contact, but I've been so close to renting it on many occasions. And all because of the cover of this video. Come on, look at that package! This is the most blatant depiction of male camel toe that I've yet seen on a movie cover. I will certainly see this eventually.

Above and beyond the tight, tight shorts are the facial expressions and bad techniques evident. Right on the cover! They actually are using these images to PROMOTE the film. The marketing for this movie is incredible.

Of course, this movie was made during the mad rush of Americanizing martial arts films. The late 80's and early 90's were the worst time period for these cookie cutter movies. So I imagine the actual film itself is much the same as all the rest: bad. But I give the cover an A+ for sheer gall in displaying genitalia so prominently.


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