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Las Vegas Warrior (2002)

Mu Sa Do (original title)
R | | Action | 16 December 2002 (UK)
An investigative journalist delves into the world of illegal underground fighting.




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Credited cast:
Chase Somete
Suk Woo Nam ...
Earl Wadden ...
Jimmy Olsen
Ryf Van Rij ...
Davis Dickson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Bay ...
Hoy's nephew
Peter Bittenov
Alexia Bosa ...
Gill's Daughter
Janessa Bosa ...
Gill's Daughter
Chul Ho Chang ...
Dave Copeman ...
Lawrence Dewey ...
Snoz's driver
Sonja Dodasovich ...
Girl in pool


The story, bearing some resemblance to the Fight Club, is about an organized underground fight ring run by four bosses. Primarily, the audience is wealthy, bored executives. As they become jaded by watching these brutal fights, and betting becomes boring, the bosses realize that they need to take the fights to a new limit. Not all the fights, just enough to keep the audience, and the money coming back. Suk, a Korean martial artist, brought up by the organization since early childhood, is the man they trust to fight these 'special' matches. Though the bosses killed his father, he is loyal to them and is considered family. He is increasingly tormented by his conscience as the new order of the day is revealed. To the outside, he is a faithful servant and a fierce protector of the organization, but inside he is full of doubt. When investigative reporter, Chase Somete and her team are on a trail of uncovering this organized fight ring, Suk is torn between protecting the only family he ... Written by Lois Holmlund

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »





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Fightclub Warrior  »

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Bad acting but good fight scenes
2 May 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I borrowed this film from a buddy of mine and my impression of it is that it lacks a story line, but the fight scenes seem realistic and are entertaining to watch. The action scenes actually looked better than some Hollywood fight films. I think it over used some clichés such as the Danny and Donny (dumb and dumber) characters and the "bad" oriental war lord, who is played by a dude I've never seen before in any film and looks a bit comatose. The reporter wasn't smart and edgy, but bitchy. But the fighting looked good and over all it wasn't a horrible film. It shouldn't have tried to tell a story, it should just have had more action. Bottom line: Low budget and bad actors, but great stunts!

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