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Mortal Contact (1995)

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Michael Reeves s a martial arts instructor. Michael meets Marina who brings her young son, Christopher to his school. Michael develops a relationship with Marina. Marina's ex husband, Jimmy... See full summary »
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Herve Guillon Herve Guillon ... Michael Reeves
Pat Bend Pat Bend ... Marina Stone
Carlos Hernández-Adan Carlos Hernández-Adan ... Lou Pazzaro
Justin Born ... Christopher Stone (as Justin Michael Born)
Luis Gutiérrez Luis Gutiérrez ... Jimmy Stone
Roman Toledo Jr. Roman Toledo Jr. ... Gino
Raymond Toledo Raymond Toledo ... Victor
Bart Vale Bart Vale ... Dingo / Fighter
Jorge Suárez-Menéndez Jorge Suárez-Menéndez ... Diego Maria
John Rodríguez Jr. John Rodríguez Jr. ... Frank
Marcus Silveira Marcus Silveira ... Spider / Fighter
Guy R. Markley III Guy R. Markley III ... Richard Green
Ross Krasnow Ross Krasnow ... Joey
Ed Preston Ed Preston ... Tournament Referee
Justin A. Rode Justin A. Rode ... Justin
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Michael Reeves s a martial arts instructor. Michael meets Marina who brings her young son, Christopher to his school. Michael develops a relationship with Marina. Marina's ex husband, Jimmy owes money to a crime syndicate, Christopher is kidnapped. Michael brings Jimmy to the gangsters insisting they free Christopher but defeats one of their best fighters in self-defence. Michael is offered to fight in an underground tournament to free Christopher. Michael agrees. Written by Mark Roberts

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USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Contacto mortal See more »

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Mako Films International See more »
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Mortal Contact - Rarity for reason
14 December 2017 | by m_roberts_07See all my reviews

This movie is your average, bad martial arts B-Movie. Its everything you'd expect. Poor fight scenes, bad acting and dialogue. However, I m proud to say that I own a copy on VHS because of its rarity. I still don't mind sneaking in to watch it once in a blue moon like I have tonight. I still love these old martial arts movies and have many of them. Thank you to the filmmakers for this rare little gem.


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