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Honor (2006)

R | | Action, Drama | 29 July 2006 (USA)
In a world where street gangs collide with the law, neighborhood friends, Raymond and Gabriel, must decide which side of the battle to join. This will be the ultimate fight - the one for power, family, and HONOR.

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Cast

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Gabriel
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Ray
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LT Tyrell
Remy Bonjasky ...
Trace
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Kate
Masakatsu Funaki ...
Mr. Sato (as Masa Funaki)
Fuyuhiko Nishi ...
Saigo
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Rose Tyrell
Don Frye ...
Shay
Rener Gracie ...
Hip
Rorion Gracie ...
Buckley
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Jason Tyrell
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Young Gabriel
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Duff
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Pit Fighter
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In a world where street gangs collide with the law, neighborhood friends, Raymond and Gabriel, must decide which side of the battle to join. This will be the ultimate fight - the one for power, family, and HONOR.

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Some battles are not fought for money or power

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Action | Drama

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Rated R for brutal violence and some language | See all certifications »
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29 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Honra  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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Evan Grayson studied the art of the butterfly knife for 3 months to engage in the knife fight scene with the police officer. See more »

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Sheer torture, absolute garbage makes van damme look like an Oscar winner
29 April 2007 | by (Sheffield, England) – See all my reviews

Absolute garbage, worse fight scenes than a 20 year old van damme movie or American ninja etc.

Truly dire acting, not a skill in sight in the entire movie its like a cast of wooden sculptures.

Watch it just for how truly bad this film is, it may have been acceptable in the 80s but this is a 2006 movie, i don't have much love for this movie as it wasn't born in the 80s.

If you like real fight movies then check out tony jaa in ong bak and the protector, those are proper martial arts films.

have a laugh and watch this today you may see the unintenional humour at how grim it is.


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