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Die Fighting (2014)

When a team of Shaolin-trained kung fu actors is about to get their break in Hollywood, a mysterious and sadistic Director forces them to run a gauntlet through Los Angeles. The Director ... See full summary »

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Fabien
Laurent Buson ...
Lohan
Didier Buson ...
Didier
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Jess
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The Filmmaker
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Meilu
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Chan
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Leader of the Hitmen
Gray Michael Sallies ...
Leader of the Thugs in the Church / SWAT Officer
Davis Chong ...
Dojo Master
Michael Antonio ...
Leader of the Gang / SWAT Officer (as Michael Antonio Griffith Jr.)
Aoni Ma ...
Lily
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Neutron
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Da Xiong
Nico Johns ...
Right-Hand Man of Hitmen Leader
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When a team of Shaolin-trained kung fu actors is about to get their break in Hollywood, a mysterious and sadistic Director forces them to run a gauntlet through Los Angeles. The Director films their every move as they prove their prowess by provoking a rogues' gallery of underworld thugs and martial artists. Written by Sean Cardinalli

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Watch it just for the mixed-martial art, you'll laugh at the rest.
27 December 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This doesn't need to be one of those movies you will ignore by from the ratings or reviews. There have been plenty worse movies with a better cast and a bigger budget. Even though it's got one of the worst act on screen, the accents hurt your ears and a very very poor script with a faulty twist in the end. Yes, Yes there is plenty to mourn about this movie.

But one thing it serves up is some amazing mixed martial art. Its just a bunch of actors trying to gain more recognition by putting out their talents out there, which is quiet impressive and you almost end up feeling sorry for them. Most of the actors in this movie have played high profile stunt roles in some big movies and this is just their beginner project they have served up for you to give it a chance at the very least.

Except the action the rest of the elements drag you down, but the coordination between the actors is really good. With better direction and a bigger budget this would have definitely been a gem and yes maybe work on their accents a little bit.

Hey don't take my word for it,watch it to judge it but DO NOT EXPECT ANYTHING MORE THAN SOME GOOD MIXED MARTIAL ART, and I mean anything!


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