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Fist 2 Fist (2011)

Hand 2 Hand (original title)
R | | Action | 1 February 2011 (USA)
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Years ago, Ken Min failed to stop his friend from killing a young couple, leaving their infant son orphaned. After his friend is sent to prison for the crime, Ken spends his life running ... See full summary »

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Ken
Bill Duff ...
Tokyo Joe
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Michael Bauld ...
Erik
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Cathy Mason (as Ariele Senara)
James Hiser ...
Bruno
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Steven Menasche ...
Hugo
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George
Robert D. Parham ...
Steve
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Young Ken (as Sung Min Park)
Johnnie Rodriguez ...
Bob
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Years ago, Ken Min failed to stop his friend from killing a young couple, leaving their infant son orphaned. After his friend is sent to prison for the crime, Ken spends his life running away from his shame. Seeking redemption, he teaches mixed Martial Arts out of a community youth center. But Ken is ultimately forced to face his past when the orphaned boy finds his way into Ken's life, and Ken's murderous friend is released from prison. When he discovers that these two events are not a coincidence, Ken must choose between a heroic act of self-sacrifice or the self-preservation of running away. Written by Kurt Nangle

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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I highly recommend it. Better than most Martial Arts films.
22 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There aren't too many Martial Arts films that has a decent plot, solid acting and great fight scenes, usually one or more ingredients are missing. Fist 2 Fist aka Hand 2 Hand has the right amount of everything that makes it a classic. I would rate it higher if it weren't for the under-funded budget. The plot is a basic revenge story with a fresh twist, cerebral enough to engage your thinking mind. The characters are cool, fun and captivating. To note, Tokyo Joe's sidekick, "Bruno" played by James Hiser was extremely entertaining. The acting skills of all the characters were commendable. Jino Kang's laconic style is visually arresting and palpable. Mimi, played by Melissa Tan was well played too. The generic, loud nagging spouse was restraint with brooding control and emphatically delivered. Tokyo Joe played by Bill Duff was likable villain, even though the character was diabolical and ominous. I didn't want anything tragic for the character(I'm not sure if that's a good thing, but nevertheless). The fight scenes are the best I have ever seen. Excellent choreography and visually striking (pun intended). Check it out and judge for yourself. You won't be disappointed.


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