The Trigonal: Fight for Justice (2018) Poster

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Weak screenplay, boring and predictable plot, awkward acting
MovieIQTest24 January 2020
This is very lame martial art fighting movie, and again, some generic underground illegal fighting with no hold bar, bloody and murderous, bet and gamble. But even with some cruelty and killings in the bouts, it still felt lame and boring. Most the actors were either B-level ones, or no acting talent UFC fighter(s). A martial art fighting movie that had been done hundreds of times, this one actually could do without. Only the pretty wife to the leading actor and that Chinese young woman were quite likable, nothing else.
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3/10
A total letdown
dctr6667 May 2020
The acting was awkward, almost amateurish. The fighting choreography is bad, slow, very slow and gets boring. The idea was good, an homage to the 80s...but poorly made. Too bad, I was expecting something much better
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10/10
Great Tribute to Old School Martial Arts Movies
sarahxueren6 February 2020
Really enjoyed this raw and bone-crunching tribute to the likes of Bloodsport and Enter the Dragon! One of those movies you can watch over and over again.
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10/10
REVIVING ACTION FILMS IN PHILIPPINES 🇵🇭
sassy_vamp1027 September 2018
I am so glad there's a movie like this! I love the cinematography of it! It looks like a hollywood film! Kudos to the director and the casts. I just hope that the PHILIPPINES will support this kind of movies, bringing back the action films in the country. I wanna see the next sequel!
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5/10
I love fighting
nogodnomasters9 February 2020
Warning: Spoilers
Jacob Casa (Ian Ignaci) who loves fighting gives up karate to teach martial arts. When his friend is killed and wife in a coma, he is coerced into fighting in the mythical Trigonal. This is another typical fight film. You know how it goes. The plot has a lot of holes in it, but I just went with it. He was learning Kung-Fu to incorporate into his fighting, something that should have been obvious in the last round (like Karate Kid perched on one foot) but it wasn't. Mei Li (Sarah Chang ) provided a comic element in the film which made it enjoyable. Too bad she came in late. Most of the fighting is in the last thirty minutes.

Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.
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