Ring of Fire II: Blood and Steel (1993)

R   |    |  Action, Drama, Sport


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A martial-arts fighter battles murderous gang members and the henchmen of an evil underground fighting champion to save his girlfriend.


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11 July 2005 | swamptunes
10
| Fun... popcorn on the couch kind of movie.
Well... what can I say? It's fun... if you let it be fun. It's filled to the brim with well-choreographed fight scenes that are executed to perfection by professional martial artists... That seems to be the most true and innate value of this romp. The story seems to have been put in place primarily as a vehicle to get from one fight scene to another. Some moments of decent acting by the supporting cast will sneak up on you... as will some comedic moments provided by the comic relief. (The comic relief - physically - the smallest martial artist in the movie and naturally... portrayed in the film as the MOST girl-hungry!)

The score is fine but the film has a very fun soundtrack that winds up being featured on an underground radio station within the parameters of the story.. If you like this genre of movies you'll like this one as much as you would any other...

Too bad they didn't sell the soundtrack!

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Genres

Action | Drama | Sport

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

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