Fist of Honor (1993)

R   |    |  Action, Drama


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A martial-arts boxer working as a debt collector gets involved in a feud between rival Mafia families in L.A.


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14 May 2010 | tarbosh22000
5
| If Someone Challenges You To Watch This, Don't Fight!
"Fist Of Honor" is another guilty pleasure from PM Entertainment. The plot: "Fist" Sullivan (Sam Jones) is an enforcer to the mob. His sole purpose is to beat up the rival mob's goons. When the both mobs declare a truce, "Fist" has nothing to do. But when Sullivan's boss Dino Diamond (Harry Guardino) decides to break it, "Fist" is set up in the death of rival mob kingpin Victor Malucci (Abe Vigoda). "Fist" now has to make his name count to save his life.

I said the name "Fist" three times in the plot description to make a point: Every character says his name a hundred times. Also every scene of the movie is "Fist" beating up some mullet-headed goon. How can you not enjoy that? The first fight in the movie is the worst ever though. It's so fake and the opponent looks like he's gonna throw up every time the camera goes for a closeup. Let's not forget Bubba Smith as a helpful detective. He puts in a decent performance.

Sullivan's big line is "When someone challenges me, I fight!" With that line in mind, you know you're not watching Shakespeare.

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