- 1h 31m
After his trainer is murdered, Alex Cardo uses his martial arts skills and takes on the one responsible.After his trainer is murdered, Alex Cardo uses his martial arts skills and takes on the one responsible.After his trainer is murdered, Alex Cardo uses his martial arts skills and takes on the one responsible.
Bloodsport III brings us back to the world of Alex Cardo. This time he must battle in a fight to end all fights - The Kumite, the most vicious warrior alive - Beast. He must not only battle for his own honor, but also avenge the death of Sun, his mentor, teacher, and spiritual "father", when Sun is spitefully killed by crime boss Duvalier. In order to defeat Beast, destroy Duvalier, and avenge Sun's death, Alex turns to Leung, to whom he was indebted in Bloodsport II. Leung directs him to the great shaman, Makato "the Judge", to whom Alex must turn for guidance. The judge teaches him to fully channel the energy in his mind and body, in order to rout the Beast in the Kumite. —<firstname.lastname@example.org>
no better or worse than the second installment(entertaining enough)
at first,it looked like this movie was going down the crapper and quickly.somehow, though,it turns out not too bad.unlike,number two,which isn't really a sequel,this one is.the main character returns,and learns more lessons.i liked the training montages.to me,they were better than the ones in the second film.at times,i could swear it was Van Damme on screen.Daniel Bernhardt really looks like at times.the plot is quite ridiculous,but the action is better,i think.the fight scenes are better at times. the ending could have been a bit better,as the climax seemed to short.however,overall,this movie is no better or worse than the previous entry, and it's not a complete waste of time.in fact,it's quite entertaining.so i'll give it a 6/10
- May 14, 2007
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