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June 18, 2014
Loren Avedon hates the CIA and his brother. He even turns up to his father's retirement party in a CCCP top. When his father is murdered he must but his differences with his brother to one side and track down the killers. Some quality action and bad acting in this, the main bad guy (Rion Hunter) looks like an Albino Bolo Yeung. Comedy gold.
January 25, 2014
No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers is cheesy martial arts goodness. Its about two estranged brothers, one a cop, the other a martial artist. When their CIA agent father is murdered by super terrorist Franco, they must overcome their differences and get revenge.

Cheesy acting and bare story aside, the choreography and cinematography is top notch, delivering some excellent fight scenes. The 4 minute finale pits the two brothers against two baddies in an airport hangar, and its the highlight of the film.

This is the movie that fans of Double Dragon would want. This 90's martial arts flick is fun and brisk entertainment,
½ October 8, 2013
More silliness from this franchise as Will's father is killed, leading to a reunion of sorts for Will and his estranged brother to hunt down the CIA insiders and terrorist cell responsible. The explanation for the killing is that Mr Alexander was 'getting in the way of progress'--a strange observation since he recently retired. Features several scenes of overacting that are sometimes laughable and sometimes painful to watch. For those who care, Loren Avendon plays a different character here, although you would never know the difference.
½ October 27, 2012
Estranged brothers team to fight a terrorist cell who killed their father. Superior to #2 but suffers from same actor, different character syndrome as the lead played a different character in #2. Some well choreographed fight scenes.
July 20, 2012
I rewatch this movie after so many years.and I find it still enjoyable, ...the fights are well choreographed, thrilling, entertaining and well made...Loren Avedon and Keith Vitali made a good team up, Rion Hunter did an awesome job as "Franco", the villain..... it's like a martial arts movie made in Hong Kong with American actors....this is to me the best movie in it's 5 part series....
½ April 23, 2011
Entertaining budget martial arts way better than expected. Sure, you'll get the obligatory stiff acting but the rest was solid Crap-Fu.
November 1, 2010
Not great, but worth watching if you have seen the others.
½ August 23, 2010
Again nothing to do with the original or even the naff sequel which is a bit weird as they have the same actor playing the hero again just a diffrnt guy for some reason? how hard would it have been to change his name in the script and try and link it?
here 2 brothers look to get revenge on there dads murder by terrorists, the main prob is everyone is a awful actor!! i mean everyone its like watching a high school play on the big screen actually thats unfair on high school actors who are all better then anyone in this.
The martial arts is good? thats all i can say as nothing else really holds up, guess its just funny in a this is really bad way?? still better than the 2nd movie
July 28, 2010
John Alexander, recently retired from the CIA has a problem - two sons who, like oil and water, just can't get along with each other. The love is there but there's no mutual respect. When John is brutally murdered by an international terrorist, Franco, the rift between the boys becomes even wider; Will blames the Agency and his brother Casey, also an agent, for his father's death. Both brothers make seperate plans for avengance; Will finds his way into the heart of the terrorist stronghold and plots from within while Casey uses his CIA contacts to form the sting. When Franco plots to assasinate the President of the United States, it's up to the Alexander brothers to resolve their differences, stop the attack and bring justice to bear.

stars Loren Avedon, Phillip Benson, Wanda Acuna, Luke Aslew, Joseph Campanella, Rion Hunter, Sherrie Rose, Mark Russo and David Michael Sterling.

directed by Lucas Lowe.
½ June 3, 2009
" Where's Angel? bring him to me, probably a goddamn queerr!!!"
½ October 28, 2008
GOOD MOVIE WORTH WATCHING.
½ July 25, 2008
Estranged brothers team to fight a terrorist cell who killed their father. Superior to #2 but suffers from same actor, different character syndrome as the lead played a different character in #2. Some well choreographed fight scenes.
June 12, 2008
I was a production assistant in this movie.
½ April 4, 2008
Ah, these film is extreme. Campanella is a beast of burden, and this film is his field. Watch it.
January 30, 2008
Awsome 1990s martial arts old school movie. I highly recommend this to anyone who loved the old 80s early 90s martial arts movies, where the actors actually knew martial arts. The story line wasnt bad either, 2 brothers going after their father's killer. Loern Avedon and Keith Vitali are really good martial artists, i recommend any movie with them it to anyone who loved those old movies.
½ January 10, 2008
Less explosions but more cheese! Check out the triffic sound track.


Although less likeable than 2, the fu's pretty good even if the plot smells like the cheese has gone off.

Keep your eye out for another bad guy with a trap he designed himself. Where do they learn this shit?
October 5, 2007
As always if you do some follow ups they start to suck more and more.
September 24, 2007
This film has to have the worst stunt doubles ever. But what makes it such a barrel of laughs is the plot and actors. You've just got to love the white haired villian in this flick. The devasting combo he pulls off at the end on Keith Vitali (ya, ya, ya, ya!) is just a joy to watch. And he still fights on when he's been stabbed in the heart. Classic!
½ September 13, 2007
Awesome fight scnes, utterly pish movie. Worst acting of the 80s combined with a shitty soundtrack that could have been makde by Enya and an unadventurous plot.

The main bad guy is hard as nails, stabbed in the stomach and heart and he keeps going, nails.
August 30, 2007
theres my uncle keith vitali. yep he is on the right.
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