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Kim is a Taekwondo champion who decides to give up his fighting career for good in order to take care of his daughter Sa Rang. But when an evil gambling kingpin kidnaps Sa Rang, Kim must agree to fight in a rigged boxing match in exchange for Sa Rang's freedom. Kim now finds himself face to face with "King of the Cage" fighter Jack Miller. A man who has never lost. Written by
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I was really tense during this film, I love Steven Seagal's films... actually I love his earlier films... you know, when he was thin, handsome and cool, his "characters" were kinda better. But from the beginning of 2000s... what can I say? Extremely boring C films, straight to DVD features. Now, this is one of those rare Seagal films, very different, very rare, legendary, if you will. You don't see Steven Seagal everyday in some martial arts drama, just like this one. But, that doesn't mean that the movie is good, it was pretty irritating. The fight scenes were solid, and that's the only thing I like here, Steven did a good job for being on a screen for about 5-8 minutes... when it comes to the martial arts, but when it comes to acting... no luck. It was hard to understand all those Korean actors while talking in English, why didn't someone found some speech trainer to teach them to speak a little bit clearer. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against Koreans, but when you are making a film, please, teach them to speak other language more understandable! Jeez, when they are talking Korean I understood them everything. There's nothing much special to say about this film, it is a really boring and irritating ordeal. You definitely have something better to do...
And... has anyone else saw Raze from Underworld (2003)?
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