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Thomas Alan Beckett,
The problem with this movie is simply it never find his paste. It present you Zendo as the main character... at first but then as the movie progress he become more or less a second rank character... For a movie about a tournament, unlike Bloodsport for example, there is almost no matches. Sure the movie show a couple good fight scenes here and there, but story wise its correct but there is no character development for a lot of the characters and even Zendo, which is supposed to be at least one of the main character. I do agree also on the fact that Samantha Alarcon is a terrible actress, she feel so unreal when talking, at least she is cute... But bottom line, it could have been a pretty good movie but it is just average...
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