Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992)

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David Sloan travels to Rio for a kick-box exhibition. There he saves two youngsters and stops a white slaver.


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  • Dennis Chan and Sasha Mitchell in Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992)
  • Kamel Krifa and Sasha Mitchell in Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992)
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17 April 2013 | Red-Barracuda
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| In fairness, this is a decent enough action flick
Maybe it's because I don't have too much expectation when I approach the 'Kickboxer' series but I have to say that I find all of these movies enjoyable, all things considered. This third instalment is set in Rio which does add a dash of exotic flavour to proceedings. In it, our Kickboxing champion, David Sloan, arrives in Brazil for a competition but soon becomes involved with rescuing a girl from a sex slave racket.

Apart from the South American setting, what sets this one apart from the other previous entries in the series is that we now have the kickboxer going around shooting people. The introduction of guns into the mix gives this instalment more of a standard action-thriller feel. There are a few fights but the martial arts side of the story is definitely more marginalised in this one. Sasha Mitchell does have a dopey and personable charm in the lead role; while everyone else does what's expected of them. It moves at a fast pace, it doesn't have any surprises but its good straightforward fun.

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