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Kickboxer: Vengeance (2016)

Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama | 1 September 2016 (Cambodia)
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A kick boxer is out to avenge his brother.


John Stockwell


Dimitri Logothetis (screenplay by), Jim McGrath (screenplay by) (as James McGrath) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alain Moussi ... Kurt Sloane
Georges St-Pierre ... Kavi
T.J. Storm ... Storm
Matthew Ziff ... Bronco
Sam Medina ... Crawford
Dave Bautista ... Tong Po (as David Bautista)
Sue-Lynn ... Tong Po Escort (as Sue-Lynn Ansari)
Darren Shahlavi ... Eric Sloane
Gina Carano ... Marcia
Hawn Tran ... Tran
Sara Malakul Lane ... Liu
Tanapol Chuksrida Tanapol Chuksrida ... Bangkok Police
Daneya Mayid Daneya Mayid ... Wattona
Joshua Tran Joshua Tran ... Bangkok Corrupted Police
Jean-Claude Van Damme ... Master Durand


Eric and Kurt Sloane are the descendants of a well-known Venice, California-based family of martial artists. Kurt has always been in older brother, Eric's shadow, as he lacks the instincts needed to become a champion. Against Kurt's concerns, Eric accepts a paid offer and travels to Thailand to challenge the Muay Thai champion Tong Po and fails with dire consequences. Kurt sets out for revenge. He trains with his brother's mentor, Durand, for a Muay Thai fight against the merciless champion, Tong Po. Durand first thinks Kurt is impossible to train, but through a series of spiritual exercises and tests, Durand discovers that Kurt has a deeper strength that will carry him through his final showdown with Tong Po. Written by Albert Valentin

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Did You Know?


There were numerous sequels to the original Kickboxer, none of which Van Damme appeared in. Sasha Mitchell starred in three sequels, and Mark Dacascos appeared in one. See more »


In the scene where they are escaping from prison and jumping off the second floor into the street (approximately 59 minutes into the film), the stunt crew is clearly visible on the ground with the landing pad for the jump as they climb onto the top of the police truck. When they jump down off the truck, the edge of the pad comes up into the frame. See more »


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Crazy Credits

At the end of the movie, Alain Moussi walks out of his cell. The screen splits with Van Damme dancing as Kurt from the original Kickboxer movie and Moussi copying his moves. See more »


Followed by Kickboxer: Armageddon See more »


The Dance Battle
(Adam Dornblum-Slugwell Music ASCAP)
All instruments performed by Adam Dorn and Mocean Worker
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WAY more entertaining than the original. Don't understand the hate.
4 September 2016 | by EiriksterminatorSee all my reviews

Though I think Van Damme is all right (and he can definitely kick some serious ass), and I think he was cool in this movie, I watched the original, and I found it boring. It had better and more drama, plot, and maybe acting than this new one, but it had little actual fighting, and what was there was really lame. This one has real, great action and fighting, and lots of it. I loved it. All these people who say this movie is so bad, yet like the old one...I can only assume they're either completely blind when it comes to martial arts (this one guy saying the choreography looks like something kids made on YouTube, lol, are you serious? Get your eyes checked dude), or they're not watching this movie for the fighting or action at all, in which case...I have to ask why they're even watching the movie to begin with...You watch a movie like this for the fighting, why else would you watch it?

Anyway, the story is simple, which is fine, but the directing is a little erratic, and there is little character development, which the old one did better. Had those been better, and the acting a bit more on point, I would have given a higher score. I can do without all the drama from the old one though, which wasn't really a thing here. But the fights and the action direction in any case is great, and provides lots of entertainment. Having people like Batista who are real fighters in real life doesn't hurt. The beautiful cinematography is also worth a note. Thailand is a beautiful place, and some of the shots show that well. The music was fine. If like me you like martial arts movies, go watch this, I think you will enjoy it a lot. If you're not in it for the action, then don't watch it, as there is honestly nothing here for you.

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Release Date:

1 September 2016 (Cambodia) See more »

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Filming Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA See more »


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$10,000,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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