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College Kickboxers (1991)

PG-13 | | Action | 29 January 1992 (USA)
A college freshman who trains in martial arts is beaten up at work by a racist gang. His co-worker, a Chinese cook, beats the gang up and trains the young man in kung fu. When a tournament ... See full summary »

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Eric Sherman
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ken McLeod ... James Caulfield (as Ken Rendall Johnson)
Tak-Wing Tang Tak-Wing Tang ... Sifu Wing
Matthew Ray Cohen Matthew Ray Cohen ... Craig Tanner (as Matthew Roy Cohen)
Mark Williams Mark Williams ... Mark Brown
Kendra Tucker Kendra Tucker ... Kimberly
Roland Francisco Roland Francisco ... Joey
Katie Mohler Katie Mohler ... Theresa
Eric Berguist Eric Berguist ... Cohort
Michael O'Connell Michael O'Connell ... Willie Porter
Bryan Fernandez Bryan Fernandez ... Cohort
Rob Lastiri Rob Lastiri ... White Tiger
Chris Jordan Chris Jordan ... White Tiger
Scott Abbott Scott Abbott ... White Tiger
Lap-Chuen Yuen Lap-Chuen Yuen ... Mr. Chan (as Richard Yuen)
David McMillan David McMillan ... White Tiger
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Storyline

A college freshman who trains in martial arts is beaten up at work by a racist gang. His co-worker, a Chinese cook, beats the gang up and trains the young man in kung fu. When a tournament is to be held, the teacher tells the student that he will not teach him for money. However, when the gang beats up the student's best friend, the student now must make the choice of entering the tournament or keeping the promise to his teacher. Written by Albert Valentin <albval@hotmail.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Touch of Wing See more »

Filming Locations:

San Jose, California, USA

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Curb/Esquire Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Most of the stuntmen were blackbelts from Ernie Reyes West Coast Tae Kwan Do. See more »

Quotes

James Caulfield: Are you angry with me?
Sifu Wing: Did you break promise?
James Caulfield: [smiles] You nodded!
Sifu Wing: [smiles back] Did I... not nod?
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If you love extremely bad movies, this is a MUST SEE
3 July 2005 | by cuttyfaceSee all my reviews

College Kickboxers is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. If you are a fan of terrible B-grade movies, get this. It's not painful bad, it's extremely funny bad.

The story follows main character James Caulfield and his transition from macho man to zen-like kung fu master. Along the way he picks up a girl with awesome lines, mainly about his marital arts, helps his friend try to keep a dojo for underprivileged children running, receive training from a Chinese cook and have some run-ins with one of the silliest villains ever seen in a movie.

The acting is unbelievably ridiculous, especially from the bad guys. I laughed at almost every line. The direction is incredibly poor, not only do the actors give laughable jobs, but there are some major continuity errors and the fight scenes are in general terrible. There is a brief nipple shot which is perhaps the highest point of the film.

I found this movie far more laugh inducing than 90% of modern American comedies. Do yourself a favour and have a wee giggle at this.


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