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Angelfist (1993)

An assassination in the Philippines is caught on film by kickboxer Christy, which leads to her death at the hands of radicals intent on disrupting peace talks. Her sister Kat, a Los Angeles... See full summary »

Director:

Cirio H. Santiago
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Archi Adamos ... Bartender (as Archie Adamos)
Catya Sassoon ... Katara / Kat Lang
Ronald Asinas Ronald Asinas ... Black Brigades
Sibel Birzag Sibel Birzag ... Kristie Lang
Denise Buick Denise Buick ... Fighter 1
Tony Carreon Tony Carreon ... Mr. Carrion
Larry Correa Larry Correa ... Black Brigades
Lily Correa Lily Correa ... Fighter
John Crank John Crank ... Col. Rappaport
Ramon D'Salva Ramon D'Salva ... De Vega / Announcer
Roland Dantes Roland Dantes ... Bayani
Susan De Guzman Susan De Guzman ... Fighter
Romy Diaz Romy Diaz ... Mexican Drug Dealer
Lauro Flores Lauro Flores ... Black Brigades
Eddie Gaerlan Eddie Gaerlan ... Super
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Storyline

An assassination in the Philippines is caught on film by kickboxer Christy, which leads to her death at the hands of radicals intent on disrupting peace talks. Her sister Kat, a Los Angeles police officer, comes to Manila to try and bring justice to the people responsible. She enters the kickboxing tournament in order to get closer to the nefarious agents, and begins unravelling the twisted plan while narrowly evading the wrath of the Death Brigades. Written by Ed Sutton <esutton@mindspring.com>

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If Looks Could Kill, They Wouldn't Need To Kick.

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Action | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence and sexuality, and for language | See all certifications »

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Quotes

Victor Winslow: This is Manila. We do things differently here.
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Connections

Referenced in Girl Blood Sport (2019) See more »

Soundtracks

Qartet #13,Opus 130
Ludwig van Beethoven
Arranged by Miguel Elliott
arrangement © 1991 Roger's Little Shop of Music
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If you enjoy fake-breasted kung-fu girls, this one's a classic
2 June 1999 | by evans-3See all my reviews

No one could be "fooled" by the box in which this film is marketed: it depicts martial arts chicks, flexing and fighting in their Spandex thongs, and that is exactly what it delivers. Cat Sassoon is even better here than in her previous masterpiece "Dance With Death" - when she fights off several ninjas wearing nothing but a pair of black bikini panties, any true fan of the genre should shudder in the grim knowledge that A) this is a truly cheesy film, and should be enjoyed as such, and B) Sassoon's are some of the fakest breasts in Hollywood, and that's saying a lot. Even during roundhouse kicks, they stand hard and fast, refusing to move. Now that's grade Z kung fu cinema. Grade: A-


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 1993 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Fatal Angel See more »

Filming Locations:

Philippines

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Mono

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