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On a soul-searching cross-country drive, veteran martial artist Tommy Lee (Phillip Rhee) stops in the small Midwestern town of Liberty to visit his sister Karen (Cristina Anzu Lawson) and her sheriff husband, Jack (Christopher McDonald). White supremacist leader Preacher Brian (R. Lee Ermey) and his minions have been stirring up trouble in town, but, when they attack schoolteacher Margo Preston (Gina Gershon) for speaking out against their message of hatred, Tommy reluctantly joins the fight.

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  • Jun 09, 2011
    Best of Best 3: In Name Only Remember how in the original Best of the Best Phillip Rhee and Eric Roberts banded together to confront racism in a small southern town? Me neither. Anyway, I guess for a recycled Steven Seagal script it's not terrible or anything. I mean it's got Shooter McGavin and Gina Gershon, that's somethin'.
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  • Mar 09, 2009
    This had nothing to do with the other films except one character. Poorly written, it all doesn't make much sense. Over the top! It was unintentionally funny as well. At least Phillip Rhee puts on good fight scenes, he's build pretty solid too! He likes to show it off since he only wears muscle tops i the film.
    Marcey I Super Reviewer
  • Nov 19, 2006
    This story goes for Tommy Lee (played by Phillip Rhee) only as I was disappointed without his good friend, Alex Grady in this third film. Rhee, who also made his debut directional, goes it alone to face off against a band of white supremacists who hold the town in a grip of terror. The acting and direction are seriously questionable but this film is obviously about fight scenes and they are entertaining enough, from the moment we see Gina Gershon's house is full of glass tables, flimsy bookcases and china filled cabinets we know we are in for a treat.
    Dean M Super Reviewer

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