Best of the Best 4: Without Warning (1998)

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A group of Russian mobsters have stolen a huge supply of paper for printing U.S. currency, and are now flooding the market with conterfeit bills. When one of the mobsters decides to give ... See full summary »


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  • Ernie Hudson and Phillip Rhee in Best of the Best 4: Without Warning (1998)
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8 December 2018 | homecoming8
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| Too bad a good franchise had to end like this..
I love the first two films which were both directed by Robert Radler. It isn't often that part 2 is as good as the original.. Eric Roberts didn't return for Part 3 (1995) and that time Phillip Rhee didn't just star in it, he also produced and directed Best Of The Best 3: No Turning Back".

Different fromt the other two, this was more a Van Damme or Seagal kind of film. But unfortunately, the martial arts hype kind of died halfway the 90's. Seagal and Van Damme went to straight-to-video with very average and limited budget films. Enter "Best Of The Best 4: Without Warning"..

It's hard to believe that Rhee once again produced and directed. Like part 3 (Gina Gershon, R. Lee Emrey, Dee Wallace Stone, Mark Rolston) he was smart enough to surround himself once again with quality actors (Ernie Hudson, Art LaFleur, Tobin ("Jigsaw") Bell) but their characters are flat and one dimensional. Hudson gives a new meaning to the word overacting as angry cop. And Bell is annoying, as most of the villians in this farfetched plot. Some laughable FX and unbelievable stunts (martial arts teacher Tommy Lee has now suddenly the skills of Ethan Hunt ? ).

On the good side there's plenty of (average) action.The fight scenes are not bad but not great either. But they are the highlight of the film because everything else is below average. So strictly for martial arts fans but also they have to admit the series didn't deserve this swan song.

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