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Jean-Claude Van Damme,
Sara Malakul Lane
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Scott L. Schwartz
A young kenpo karate martial artist returns home after ten years in reform school on a quest to find out who murdered his father. He is befriended by an old monk and a local Irish beauty. His search takes him to the prestigious Bealtaine Martial Arts Tournament. Together with his past, the good guy is drawn into conflict with the local drug baron and his son, and the conflict makes the young man face his fathers death in a way he could never have imagined. The action is explosive, the fight scenes are dynamic and the story will tug at your heartstrings. Written by
Fighting Spirit Magazine
The greatest martial arts film since... since... Psycho Kickboxer!
After being released from the utter hell of St Claude's reform school, taciturn badass James P Bennet returns home to his village to find out what happened to his father, and to take on the local kingpin, who conducts his international crime cartel from a caravan and has Mikey from Boyzone as a coke snorting henchman.
The P in Bennet's name obviously stands for "Punch the head off ya" as that's pretty much all he does, be it in field or pub. Watch in amazement as Bennet trains in slow mo to no less than THREE montage sequences. Gape in awe as he beats the bejaysus outa track suit garbed thugs in Londis supermarket. Gasp in amazement at the tournament held among bales of hay, in which about 30 people attend. Drop your jaw at the awesomely sound FX-d cruddy fight scenes.
In short it's a nigh on craptasterpiece that fully deserves this term I just made up. See it now, preferably drunk. And NEVER kidnap James P Bennet's squeeze...
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