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Bloodfist 2050 (2005)

R | | Action | TV Movie August 2005
Alex Danko descends into the ultra-violent underworld of extreme martial-arts to find his brother's killer with the help of hardened Detective Ramirez and his brother's alluring ex-lover in... See full summary »

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Alex Danko
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Detective Marino / Slick
Glen Meadows ...
Randy Boikanovich
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Nadia Boikanovich
Joe Mari Avellana ...
MC (as Jose Mari Avellana)
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Great Ahmed Kahn
James Gregory Paolleli ...
Johnny Danko
Joseph Zucchero ...
Detective Lee
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Molly
Jim Moss ...
Derelict
Mike Cassey ...
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Bruegger (as Cris Brewster)
Alih Leal ...
Freezer Gomez
Jun Collao ...
Zulu Jack
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Alex Danko descends into the ultra-violent underworld of extreme martial-arts to find his brother's killer with the help of hardened Detective Ramirez and his brother's alluring ex-lover in this post-apocalyptic allegory of greed and revenge set in in 2050 Los Angeles. Written by cnh

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Rated R for violence, language and some strong sexuality | See all certifications »
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August 2005 (USA)  »

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Bloodfist IX  »

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Out of all nine films in the Bloodfist franchise, this is the only entry not to star Don 'The Dragon' Wilson in the lead role. See more »

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Remake of Bloodfist (1989) See more »

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Mindless and mind numbing
22 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bloodfist 2050 is the ninth in the bloodfist series and it does not star Don Wilson (who was in the previous eight). Here we have Matt Mullins take over as the lead and apply his martial arts to those who need a beat down. In this chapter he is looking for his brother's killer who fights in a no holds barred competition. Sound familiar? For the most part this one is basically rehashing the first Bloodfist's plot even down to the killer's identity. This one takes place in the future (post apocalyptic kind) and the usual anarchy reigns supreme. For the most part Matt Mullins is OK in this. His fighting skill seems to belong in a better movie though as he easily disposes of any foe with ease and a couple of flashy moves. The budget is quite low as there only seems to be about three sets and the extended strip scenes at the strip club seem to be more at home on cinema's late night. All in all this chapter is a let down for anybody who are fans of the first eight. Except for the potential of Mullins the rest of the movie is a bomb and a disappointment.


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