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Death Match (1994)

A kickboxing champ and a reporter are searching for a missing man, but they turn up a series of illegal kickboxing matches run by an arms dealer.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ian Jacklin ...
John Larson
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Paul Landis
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Mark Vanik
Renee Allman ...
Danielle Richardson (as Renee Ammann)
Steven Vincent Leigh ...
Mr. Han (as Steven Leigh)
Bob Wyatt ...
Big Man
Nicholas Hill ...
Nick Wallace (as Nick Hill)
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Jimmie Fratello
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Vinnie Fratello
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Himself
Michele Krasnoo ...
Tommy (as Michelle 'Mouse' Krasnoo)
Eric Lee ...
Hotel Clerk
Carlos Palomino ...
Dock Foreman
Tony Halme ...
Han's #1 Bodyguard (as Tony 'The Viking' Halme)
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Landis' Bodyguard
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A kickboxing champ and a reporter are searching for a missing man, but they turn up a series of illegal kickboxing matches run by an arms dealer.

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When Danielle slips into the shower (to be with John) you can see she's still wearing her panties. See more »

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Written and Performed by Byther Smith
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Just another arena fighting movie
27 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

Don't get me wrong. I really love the "arena-martial arts genre", and I get more and more surprised over how many films like this there are out there. This one is one of those, and it's not even close to be one of the best. With Mathias Hues in it, I thought it would be good. He can't save this movie though, and to be honest, he wasn't very good either. Just don't pay attention to what other people say; The fighting scenes in this movie are NOT good at all. I really know what I'm talking about, since I have seen so many movies like this. There are also a bunch of scenes that have absolutely nothing to do with the plot whatsoever. I guess they added these only to make the movie last a little bit longer, in addition to manifest the bad guy as,uuuuuuh.......bad (like we didn't know that already).


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