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Kickboxing Academy (1997)

PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Sport | 5 May 1999 (USA)
Watch your nose in the hallways, these guys can really kick. In this fight flick, the students of a kickboxing academy take on students from a rival school.

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Cindy
David Everett ...
Brian
Christopher Khayman Lee ...
Danny (as Christopher Lee)
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Melinda (as Daphnee Duplait)
Eric Miranda ...
Chet (as Eric 'E.T.' Miranda)
Kely McClung ...
Treck
Cory Ferguson ...
Soupy
Matt Davis ...
Stan
Justin DePrume ...
Barry
Connor Reilly ...
Jason (as Conner Reilly)
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June
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Carl
Tony Pacheco ...
Tarbeck
James Gallen ...
Jam
Tom Scalise ...
Maddox
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A young former kickboxer is needed for his old school as they prepare for competition against a rival school for ownership. But, the young kickboxer is afraid after nearly killing someone in a earlier tournament. He must now make his try to put his past behind him or his friends lose their school. Written by Albert Valentin

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Action | Comedy | Sport

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Rated PG-13 for violence, sexual references and language | See all certifications »
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5 May 1999 (USA)  »

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Christopher Khayman Lee and Chyler Leigh are actual real-life brother and sister. See more »

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Referenced in The Cinema Snob: Dinosaur Island (2015) See more »

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.......wow......
3 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

Q: What did the five fingers of Kickboxing Academy say to the face of cinema? A: Slap, bitch!!!

Never have so many worn out clichés been tossed into a bottomless inferno of stupidity and humiliation. This movie sucks on nearly every single level you could possibly imagine. Acting, choreography, writing (oh God, the writing), photography.....and so on.

Here's how to make your movie look good: play Kickboxing Academy right before the screening of your own movie. Even if the only thing in your film is a bird pooping on a mailbox, your movie will look better than this. MUCH better.


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