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Fighting Spirit (1992)

| Action, Fantasy | 1992 (USA)
Billy is a young fighter whose sister Judith was hurt after a near gang rape. When he learns she must have surgery, crime boss Russell has Billy compete in illegal street fights. When Billy... See full summary »

Director:

Teddy Page (as John Lloyd)

Writer:

Rod Davis
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Credited cast:
Loren Avedon ... David Carster
Sean P. Donahue ... Billy Edwards (as Sean Donohue)
Greg Douglass Greg Douglass ... Tony
Michelle Locke Michelle Locke ... Judith Edwards
Ned Hourani Ned Hourani ... Russell
Jerry Bailey Jerry Bailey ... Murphy (as Jerry Beyer)
Santi Jordana Santi Jordana ... Joyce
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roger Blake Roger Blake
David Brass David Brass ... Mr. Holmes
John Crank John Crank ... Lt. McCaine
Jim Gaines Jim Gaines ... (as James Gaines)
Louie Katana Louie Katana
Mike Monty Mike Monty ... Drunk
Jim Moss Jim Moss ... Surgeon
Nick Nicholson Nick Nicholson ... Kickboxing Trainer
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Billy is a young fighter whose sister Judith was hurt after a near gang rape. When he learns she must have surgery, crime boss Russell has Billy compete in illegal street fights. When Billy learns he may get killed, he quits but is later killed by Russell and his men, who were the ones responsible for Judith's accident. After his death, Billy must rely on one man to seek revenge for him: his best friend David. However, David must train in the martial arts before he can seek revenge. David seeks guidance from the ghost of Billy as well as Billy's trainer and ally, Murphy. Written by Ninja01

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Why Must This Be
Written and Performed by Larry Strong
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Felt Cheap a lot....
6 March 2010 | by destroyerwodSee all my reviews

OK normally i am not very hard to please when it comes to martial arts movies. I grab a couple beer, get drunk, get in the action and i have a damn good time. Lot of titles voted 3/10 here on IMDb i actually like them a lot and voted 8. But for this one, lets say that it feel like the budget was beyond low. The action sequences are not that bad, but they are certainly not at the level of the ones of the bloodsport or kickboxer franchise. The story is not bad by itself but thats how its tell that make it look weird. You feel that either the character are stupid or very ignorant. But what was the biggest low point was the music, so out of context, didn't match at all. When in movies like Best of the Best 2 you have a very hooking music making you get even more in the movie, here the whole thing didn't match at all to the point it was really annoying. Anyway i would finish saying i saw worst movie, and i was not completely bored by it, but it could have been much better easily with a little work.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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1992 (USA) See more »

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King of the Kickboxers 2 See more »

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