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good final battle i recommend you guys watch it
tong po vs kurt sloane was great while it lasted
The story of David Sloan continues and we catch up with him now in jail after being framed by non other than Tong Po, who is now the most powerful drug lord in Mexico! Still wondering how one turns himself from a champion-level kickboxer in Thailand to a powerful drug lord in Mexico on the US's most wanted list. Sloan is released from prison on the grounds he fights in Tong Po's annual tournament at his compound in Mexico after repeated failures to take him out themselves. Suspend your disbelief in the script and enjoy another decent series entry.
An OK movie. More like a sub-standard Mortal Kombat.
The parts with David Sloane are great, the stuntman in a ninja mask peeping on the soft core porn session is disturbing but I guess after being in prison Davids actions make sense to some degree. Though Mexico is not as exotic as Thailand or Rio this sequel still got that right. The tournament storyline provides lots of fighting throughout the movie but something about Sasha Mitchells presence seems absent in the middle of the movie and is dissapointing. The final fight is disappointing only because of the lack of back and forth between David and Tong Po, it's more of a beating for Tong-Po more than anything. Some of Sasha Mitchell's best and longest fights on camera are in this sequel and worth a viewing for that alone. Where's the music?
Only two years separated from Kickboxer 3, a whole lot has happened. Archrival Tong Po, now a druglord in Mexico (and visionary record producer!), has framed Sloan to prison and abducted Sloan's wife. Tong Po can certainly carry a grudge. In a deal with the DEA, Sloan is sent to Mexico under an alias to bring down Po in his own martial arts tournament, using sunglasses to avoid detection from Tong Po.
Day 25: Kickboxer 4 - The Aggressor. I haven't seen the other Kickboxer movies, but if they're anything like this exceedingly racist, poorly choreographed campfest, it's a miracle they even reached the 4th installment. That said, I highly recommend this movie to anyone who regularly scours Netflix Instant. It's one of the better picks.
Bleh. I can't really place my finger on it, but this movie sucks. I think it's the action, to tell you the truth. The fight scenes just feel odd. Plus, having David Sloan be all sour-puss just isn't his style.
This is the best of the series, right next to part 2: The Road Back. Cheesy fun for all, actually. The make-up job for Tong-Po in this one is just so bad, you HAVE to assume it's tongue-in-cheek. Sasha Mitchell pwns all as the brooding David Sloan, who goes down to Mexico to participate in Tong Po's tournament to the death. One of Albert Pyun's masterpieces (Cyborg being his best). You are not a true fan of bad DTV movies unless this is in your collection.