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Not as good as the first one,but good in an other way.
Not as good as the original. In this second movie of Best of the Best,we only see a few of the people from the original.
This movie does not take place in a karate tournement,but instead in the coloseum which is a place where it is arranged illegal fights to the death. This movie has much more hardcore fighting and explicit violence than the original,but it misses those important moments that the original had.
Even though this movie does not show friendship and feelings like the original,it still is very entertaining.
So I advice all fans of the genre to go see this one,because it has some really impressing fighting scenes.
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