The Street Fighter's Last Revenge (1979)

The Street Fighter's Last Revenge (1979)





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In this martial-arts actioner, a master fighter must stop gangsters from stealing synthetic heroin from a pharmaceutical manufacturer.
Action & Adventure , Art House & International , Drama
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New Line Cinema


Sonny Chiba
as Terry Tsuguri
Reiko Ike
as Aya Ôwada
Sue Shiomi
as Kahô Huo-Feng
Masafumi Suzuki
as Kendo Masaoka
Frankie Black
as Dorian Howard
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Critic Reviews for The Street Fighter's Last Revenge

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Full Review… | February 3, 2002
Chicago Reader
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January 9, 2003

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November 13, 2002
Boxoffice Magazine

Audience Reviews for The Street Fighter's Last Revenge


Just a notch lower than the first one! This is my second favorite of the series. Ends ambiguously, so maybe one day the Street Fighter will return...

Robert Iwataki
Robert Iwataki

Teruo Ishii's sequel flick starring Sonny Chiba is a worthless piece of crap. The action is so fake, the plot is barely interesting and the ending is so strained and predictable. Don't get me wrong, Chiba is a solid martial arts actor, but man, this flick is a pile of crap. The pseudo kung fu style zoom in shots are spliced together so poorly I honestly have to wonder why they even bothered making this film to begin with. In fact, I'm not going to even bother to waste any more words in this review.

Real Guy
Real Guy

This film seems to divide a lot of Street Fighter fans. There are a lot of changes from the originals, but for me, it kept most of everything that was great. The action/fight scenes are still magnificent. Really showing off the talents of its stars. The plot is still simple but gets complicated with the obligatory double crossings. This film lacks a real awesome villain. With some illusionist with lasers and a sombrero, he's hardly threatening. Especially since he can't land a punch. Luckily, there are plenty of other great characters, my favorite being Reiko Ike as Aya. A real tragic character whom uses her sexuality to get what ever she wants, whether it be double crossing, or for her own security. Her downfall is her paranoia that everyone wants to kill her. Some people will be perturbed by the constant use of masks and gadgets, as it takes on more of a spy film rather than that of an assassin. Though it's true the violence is toned down, there are still some flourishes of Tsurugi's malicious killer instinct.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

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