Kickboxer King (1991)

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A woman has half a map that will take her to a treasure trove of gold ingots she and her brother and want to hand over to the Korean Army of Independence. However, several other factions ... See full summary »


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18 December 2007 | angelsunchained
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| Yikes! A Knockout Loss of a Movie!
This movie is a worthless piece of junk. The film looks like two different movies sliced together. I saw the subtitled version and it was weird to see American actors speaking in what I think was Chinese! A true cast of unknowns. Cult kick-boxer Sherman (Big Train) Bergman is reportedly in this film. Couldn't really figure out if I saw him or not, as this picture was filmed almost 18 years ago. Aside from that, can't really say this movie has anything remotely entertaining about it. The acting is terrible. The fight scenes are fake. The script seems like it was written on the back of a supermarket food list. A few and I mean few minor laughs can be gotten, but not much. This tape sells on amazon for 49 cents, and it isn't even worth that!


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Release Date:

11 October 1991

Language

Cantonese, English


Country of Origin

Hong Kong

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