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Die Fighting (2014)

Not Rated | | Action , Thriller | 2014 (China)
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When a team of Shaolin-trained kung fu actors is about to get their break in Hollywood, a mysterious and sadistic Director forces them to run a gauntlet through Los Angeles. The Director ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fabien Garcia ... Fabien
Laurent Buson Laurent Buson ... Lohan
Didier Buson Didier Buson ... Didier
Jess Allen ... Jess
Dave Vescio ... The Filmmaker
Adelyne Liu Adelyne Liu ... Meilu
Xin Sarith Wuku ... Chan
Jose Rosete ... Leader of the Hitmen
Gray Michael Sallies ... Leader of the Thugs in the Church / SWAT Officer
Davis Chong Davis Chong ... Dojo Master
Michael Antonio Michael Antonio ... Leader of the Gang / SWAT Officer (as Michael Antonio Griffith Jr.)
Aoni Ma Aoni Ma ... Lily
Xango Henry ... Neutron
Marcus Natividad Marcus Natividad ... Da Xiong
Nico Johns Nico Johns ... Right-Hand Man of Hitmen Leader
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When a team of Shaolin-trained kung fu actors is about to get their break in Hollywood, a mysterious and sadistic Director forces them to run a gauntlet through Los Angeles. The Director films their every move as they prove their prowess by provoking a rogues' gallery of underworld thugs and martial artists. Written by Sean Cardinalli

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Die fighting.

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Action | Thriller

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Fighting sequences make it worth watching.
18 January 2015 | by minh_leSee all my reviews

The fighting alone makes it worth the 6/10. The acting was hard to watch.. The story was nothing worse than what you'd find in other martial arts movies like Ong Bak, etc.

The movie has A LOT of fighting in it, and thankfully you don't have to sit through to much of the painful acting. The majority of the fights are really well done (especially those with the lead actor).

The fighters themselves can seriously fight. They have technique and speed that I've seen from more famous actor/fighters (Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais). The lead actor is especially fun to watch. If you're a martial arts fanatic like myself, you'll really appreciate the skill that he has. It's a shame these guys don't have a bigger budget to work with or may never getting the fame and reputation of guys like Tony Jaa but I truly believe they have the same level of skill as the famous guys.

I really hope to see more of these guys in more professional shot/ editing movies.


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