Kickboxer 5: The Redemption (1995)

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Living up to its tagline, "Payback can be deadly," this installment in the popular-on-video Kickboxer series follows the travails of a displaced fighter out to avenge his friend's death. Stepping in for former hero Sasha Mitchell -- who in turn stepped in for original Kickboxer Jean-Claude Van Damme -- is Mark Dacascos, playing Matt Reeves, the longtime buddy of David Sloan (formerly Mitchell, here played by an uncredited actor). When he finds out that Sloan was murdered after refusing to join a … More

Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure
Directed By:
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 15, 2003
Runtime:
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Cast


as Matt Reeves

as Mr. Negaal

as Paul Croft

as Angie Croft

as US Prison Clerk

as Johnny Styles

as Police Detective

as Trainer

as Second Policeman

as Maxwell

as Chauffeur

as 1st Inmate

as Matt's Student

as 2nd Inmate

as Matt's Student

as French Champ

as Shopkeeper

as Trustee

as German Champ

as Croupier

as US Prison Clerk

as Negaal's Date

as Johnny's Opponent

as Neegal's Thug
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½

Another sequel, another star. This one features Mark Dacascos as a martial artist out to avenge the murder of a friend. Although kick boxing is all that this film has in common with its predecessors, it's better than the first three in the series.

deano
Dean McKenna

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½

The worst out of the Kickboxer movies, wish they would have kept Sasha Mitchell's David Sloan n this and a different story this was just a waste of my time.

flbeachboy
Anthony Petry III

I dig Mark Dacascos. He could probably tie Tony Jaa as the most in shape man alive. He's always one worth watching on the screen, and at least holds up better than Kickboxer 4.

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Caliber Winfield

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