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Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back (1995)

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A martial arts instructor comes to the defense of a schoolteacher who has taken a stand against a local white supremacist organization.

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Sheriff Jack Banning
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Margo Preston
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Donnie Hansen
Peter Simmons ...
Owen Tucker
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Karen Banning (as Cristina Anzu Lawson)
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Georgia (as Dee Wallace-Stone)
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Tiny
Justin Brentley ...
Luther Phelps Jr.
Andra R. Ward ...
Rev. Luther Phelps Sr.
Barbara Boyd ...
Isabel Jackson
Kitao Sakurai ...
Justin Banning
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Bo (as Cole McKay)
Steve Hulin ...
Tre
Jack C. Thomas ...
Mr. Morgan
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A martial arts instructor comes to the defense of a schoolteacher who has taken a stand against a local white supremacist organization.

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Rated R for shootings and martial arts violence | See all certifications »

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17 May 1995 (Philippines)  »

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Barry Gray originally wrote the script as its own original action picture entitled "No Turning Back," whose lead was a black marine returning home from the Persian Gulf. But when Phillip Rhee got a hold of the script, he liked it so much that not only did he produce it, he wanted it to become a new entry in the Best of the Best (1989) series. So he asked Deborah Scott to rewrite it with Tommy Lee as the main character. See more »

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In the carnival scene after Tommy throws the knife just above Owen's head, we hear the word "sh*t", but Owen's lips do not move. See more »

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Follows Best of the Best 2 (1993) See more »

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11 September 2000 | by (NYC, NY) – See all my reviews

Any 'message' this film might impart is totally lost in the goofiness of setting a martial arts film in the middle of a Mississippi race war. The writing and performances are so terrible that I found them weirdly entertaining. The cliches come so fast and furious that you may find yourself laughing out loud at things you would never ordinarily laugh at. Gina Gershon is hilarious as the choir conductor. The biggest joke about this movie is that it dislikes racism enough to support the plot about really stupid white supremacists, but not enough to allow Gina Gershon to fall in love with the Asian lead. They had to bring in a totally pointless white character for that... Dee Wallace-Stone is one of the greatest actresses who has ever lived and she is so sadly underrated and underused. She's the only thing in this film that isn't a really funny joke.


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