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got it on a cheap dvd compilation at Sears
Getting released in the UK as Fists Of Rage, we welcome back 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper as a retired police officer whose son is involved in a dispute with a local street gang. There's lots of threatening words and a bit of fighting. It's not terribly exiciting really and the fight scenes are lack lustre.
Low budget but still a somewhat good film. Russell Wong plays the villain role well.
Bad in almost every respect. I would've quit watching after five minutes, but I hung in there for Rowdy Roddy Piper, Russell Wong, and the mixed martial artists. Even so, I only made it about halfway. It has a lot of fighting, sure, but suffers from the way-too-close cam effect.
similar to never back down
(D) - made cheaply, bad acting, but a couple MMA moves in a street fight at the end of the movie... pretty cool that rorion gracie was in this movie...
It was alright. Pretty much the exact same storyline as walking tall with the rock, except more martial arts. A few good fight sequences, only part that bugged me was Jason Barry demolishing Russel Wong because Wong is such the superior martial artist, but other than that it had a little bit from many fighting styles and fellow martial artists will enjoy.
Great fighting but the story SUCKED!!!
this movie iz really gud. and the fighting iz awsom
wicked if your into boxin