Directed by John Stockwell. With Dave Bautista, Alain Moussi, Gina Carano, Jean-Claude Van Damme. A kick boxer is out to avenge his brother. Right after winning a fight in Las Vegas, Kurt Sloane is sedates and taken to a prison in Bangkok, where he's forced to fight a 6'10" giant for freedom and $1M - but this will require some intense training. Jean-Claude Van Damme (based on characters created by), Mark DiSalle. Kickboxer: Vengeance ring, his younger brother emerges from the shadows to train and get revenge against a brutal champion. English, Spanish, French.

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Kurt comes around, shakes off the fact he had just expired for around 10 minutes and goes on to win the fight. I meant to watch Sharknado 5 on Monday night but, unfortunately, the power went out literally 2 minutes into the movie at a quarter to 10 pm and it came back at, around, 6 am. And, honestly, looking back on it now, I really don't even know how we did that. Technical Specs. As for the acting, well Jean Claude Van Damme did an okay job and he was the pillar who carried the movie. Action Crime Drama. Mongkut Sam Medina

One year after finding vengeance for his murdered brother, MMA champion Kurt Sloane finds himself back in Thailand--kidnapped and. Kickboxer: Retaliation Free Films Online, Movies Online, Film Streaming Gratuit, Site .. Creed II: l'émouvante deuxième bande-annonce VF et VOST ` Descargar` Breakthrough [] PELICULA COMPLETA Ver-HD™ Espanol - Latino. This item:Kickboxer Retaliation by Jean-Claude Van Damme DVD $ Only 12 left in stock (more . French Language Available Trailer. Language: English.

David Sloan travels to Rio for a kick-box exhibition. There he saves two youngsters and stops a white slaver. Stowe is a dirty cop who is hooked on heroin, and everyone dislikes him. Because of an accident he is put into a coma, and comes out of it a better person. He wakes up wanting to put things right. Eric and Kurt Sloane are the descendants of a well-known Venice, California-based family of martial artists.

Kurt has always been in older brother, Eric's shadow, as he lacks the instincts needed to become a champion.


Against Kurt's concerns, Eric accepts a paid offer and travels to Thailand to challenge the Muay Thai champion Tong Po and fails with dire consequences. Kurt sets out for revenge. He trains with his brother's mentor, Durand, for a Muay Thai fight against the merciless champion, Tong Po.

Durand first thinks Kurt is impossible to train, but through a series of spiritual exercises and tests, Durand discovers that Kurt has a deeper strength that will carry him through his final showdown with Tong Po. Written by Albert Valentin. Alright, there is no secret about that I sat down to watch this movie solely because that Jean Claude Van Damme was in it. And while I knew that he was not the main actor, then I still had some hope for the movie, especially since I grew up with his action movies.

The "Kickboxer" movie was a slap to the face, pardon the pun. Well, it was essentially just one long training montage that lead up to the showdown between Tong Po played by Dave Bautista and Kurt Sloane played by Alain Moussi. Yeah, that was essentially it. But wait, it gets better, because you already know the outcome of the final showdown from the moment the movie starts.

Yes, it is one of those predictable martial arts movies, just as if it was taken straight out of the 80s or 90s.

Kickboxer: Retaliation

The story, quickly summarized, is about Kurt who seeks to be trained by Durand played by Jean Claude Van Damme , after his older brother Eric was killed by Tong Po in an underground martial arts fight in Thailand.

Kurt wants to avenge his brothers death. Yeah, that was it, that was essentially the entire movie summarized. Right, well the fighting in the movie was adequate and entertaining, albeit very predictable outcome of the fights, as to be expected. But let's face it, the martial arts is the main reason why we watch these types of movies. As for the acting, well Jean Claude Van Damme did an okay job and he was the pillar who carried the movie.

As for Dave Bautista, well, lets just say that he was, as usual, like a fish out of water; stripped of acting talents and just being there for his menacing hulking presence. And it is also the type of movies that once you have watched it, then chances are very, very slim that you will ever watch it again - unlike many other martial arts movies from the 80s and 90s. This is a movie for hardcore fans of anyone on the cast list.

Other than that, then there really is no particular reason for sitting down to watch it, because it is not a memorable or impressive movie in any way. And it wasn't hardly a movie that was a necessary addition to the martial arts genre. Visit Prime Video to explore more titles.

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Just leave us a message here and we will work on getting you verified. You may have noticed some of the recent changes we have made. A stylish and enjoyable fight flick with just enough tongue-in-cheek content to keep us smiling. John DeFore. A very dumb, and very satisfying throwback to a simpler time when American action films were as predictable as they were formulaic. Simon Abrams. Craig D. Gary Goldstein. Unlike the last movie, which stumbled when outside the ring, [the director] doesn't bog things down with too much plot about fraternal bonding, love interests, or anything that requires an emotion more complicated than punching someone's lights outs.

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As it progresses, scene after scene in Retaliation are infused with this crazy little thing called "fun", and Moussi feels much more at home than he ever did in the first movie. Ed Travis. This film feels like watching a series of fight sequences that are loosely connected by a wafer thin plot.

Ryan Pollard. Isn't trying to change the action movie game or shake up the martial arts sub-genre. It's just a simple, easy to digest film with a slew of incredible fight scenes. Jeffrey Lyles.


The bar has been raised forKickboxer: Travis Hopson. Comes the closest to recapturing the wide-eyed, bone-crunching fun of the hit, inching away from darkness to reclaim the brand name with a lively offering of bodily harm. Brian Orndorf. Witney Seibold. This is a movie that not only justifies action sequels better than most, but also amps up the fun factor in every way.

Luke Y. And lets be honest with ourselves, the first was the best and didn't need expanding further, but here we are. This movie is a direct sequel to the last entry 'Kickboxer: Vengeance' which was itself pretty dire. The Plot: After a fight Kurt is basically kidnapped and awakens to find himself back in sticky Thailand in prison.

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It seems he has been brought back to Thailand for the death of Tong Po. It also seems Thomas Tang Moore Christopher Lambert , the man who controls the underground fighting competition where Kurt defeated Tong Po, wants Kurt to fight his new champion the man who replaced the now dead Tong Po. Moore offers Kurt various deals to get him out of prison and fight but naturally Kurt refuses because he's an idiot.

This of course leads to Moore kidnapping Kurt's wife along with other forms of intimidation yadda yadda yadda and Kurt agrees to fight. I think you know how this goes from here on. All this without any form of official intervention from anyone in America or Thailand?? I mean I'm sure Moore is wealthy and could bribe some Thai cops and bigwigs but somehow I doubt he could bribe that many people across two countries in order to extradite Sloane with no questions asked. The fact that Kurt is tasered in the US and only wakes up back in Thailand is just beyond ridiculous.

Whilst Sloane is in prison held by Moore's bribes it seems Moore actually offers him 1 million Dollars to fight his new champion! Aaand of course Kurt declines this rather excellent offer, because of course he does. Predictable cliche one, whilst in prison all the other inmates wanna fight Kurt. Of course Kurt defeats them all easily because all these guys are your typical undernourished looking Thai males.

Predictable cliche two, whilst in prison Kurt makes friends with other inmates who just happen to be really good fighters and they're cameos. It seems Master Durand is now training prisoners for some reason.

Not sure why he would be allowed to do this but whatever. So of course he decides to help Kurt once again. One problem, he's now blind due to Moore's treatment. Luckily that's really convenient for all that Jedi-esque type fighting where you rely on your senses and spiritual side etc Predictable clic Kurt's new inmate buddies help him train for the big fight once he agrees to it.

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So Tyson teaches him boxing, the other MMA fighters teach him And Ronaldinho teaches him By kicking footballs at him?? So why does he need training from these bums in a Thai prison??

After all the obligatory prison set guff and a complete rip-off of the famous Bruce Lee 'Enter the Dragon' mirror sequence; we eventually get to the big showdown between Kurt and the new champion who is basically some massively overweight white guy. Sure he's big and wide, but he's also fat. The big villain Kurt must fight is some gigantic roided up monster who literally roars all the time. This is the main problem with this movie, the big finale is essentially a remake of the classic finale from the first classic movie.

Its not a scene for scene remake but they have clearly copied it visually with all the usual beats. But again there is one main difference with this movie, and again its not good. In this movie the bad guy does actually kill Sloane in the finale. Yes you read that right, Kurt Sloane is actually killed in the finale. Kurt comes around, shakes off the fact he had just expired for around 10 minutes and goes on to win the fight.

So basically what I'm saying here is, this movie offers nothing new whatsoever. Its exactly the same spiel as almost everything else that has come before it and is literally a complete waste of time and money.

This is the seventh movie in the franchise, what is the bloody point in redoing the same final showdown from the first movie???

The plot is so fecking mundane and basic, so many tropes Jesus! Van Damme wasn't required, he was more of a token to lure in fans as was Lambert.


And not only that the fighting wasn't even that good! Yeah sure if you're into MMA then you may get a kick out of this no pun intended but in all honesty watching a real MMA fight would probably be better.

I think the issue here is thus. Back in the day with the original you had a young, somewhat mysterious, up and coming martial artist from Europe with a curious accent. You had Jean Claude Van Damme in his glistening prime. The genre was ripe for the era and Van Damme along with other classic action stars was simply at the right place in the right time.

Those early flicks were just lighting in a bottle and I don't think you can recapture it. The 22nd of this month was the first time, in a long ass time, that I watched two movies in the same day and, relatively, back to back.

I remember back when I was in school, which was situated in front of a Blockbuster Video for those of you old enough to remember those , I used to go to said Blockbuster Video and rent about 8 movies for the weekend. I watched one, with my aunt, immediately after getting home. Probably watched one myself later that day. Then, at night, me and my aunt would watch two movies back-to-back.

And, honestly, looking back on it now, I really don't even know how we did that. What I mean by that is that it takes me so long to get through one movie now that I've never, seriously, given thought to even doing that again. Yesterday was the exception, thought it wasn't meant to be.

I meant to watch Sharknado 5 on Monday night but, unfortunately, the power went out literally 2 minutes into the movie at a quarter to 10 pm and it came back at, around, 6 am. I suppose that's neither here nor there, just a bit of backstory, I guess. As far as this movie goes, honestly, I remember watching my fair share of Van Damme movies when I was a young boy. But, to be honest, I don't have as many memories of watching Kickboxer as much as I did of Bloodsport, which was one of those movies that I saw countless times on TV when I was a kid.

I don't even know if I'd say that it was one of my favorite childhood movies, but it's just a movie that I saw a lot of. Kickboxer, on the other hand, I'm not as familiar with. What I do know is that this the sequel to the remake that came out in Remake which is, actually, still available on Netflix as we speak. Why I started with the sequel to the remake instead of the remake is beyond me, but it is what it is. Though, honestly, having seen this movie, watching the remake while helpful isn't essential to the plot.

They catch you up on things fairly quickly and you never feel like you're out of the loop or confused with what's going on and why it's going on. Regardless, as far as these types of action movies are concerned, B-tier direct-to-video sequels, I haven't seen many of them.

And, again, I've watched none of these movies. Honestly, while the may provide testosterone-fueled, macho cheesefest where women are only damsels in distress , I'm just not that interested. Maybe this movie will inspire some sort of change in me and I'll start seeking out these low-budget direct-to-video 90s action flicks. Who knows? Having said that, and I know that this is wrong of me, but I came into this with very low expectations.

I had low expectations, but an open mind, if that made sense. Because sometimes, some people, who go in with a certain expectation from a movie, have already made up their mind one way or the other. I don't like to do that, even if it happens from time to time, because I like to believe that I give movies a fair shot and I don't judge them based on any of my own thoughts prior to watching them. As far as this movie is concerned, I just wasn't expecting much.

I wasn't expecting anything terrible, but I just didn't think this would amount to much. Well, would you color me surprised that this flick is actually, surprisingly, fairly decent and maybe even solid, depending on who you're talking to. Of course, it's not like the movie breaks new ground for action, and it was never meant to, but what it does it does well enough to where you might get some entertainment out of this.

The narrative is predictable and formulaic. Sloane is kidnapped and placed into a Thai prison for murdering Tong Po villain from the original and remake. The rich fight promoter that puts on these illegal underground fights to the death uses Sloane's imprisonment to lure him to, maybe, fighting Mongkut this gigantic beast of a man as he feels Sloane owes him one fight after killing Tong Po, his biggest attraction.

Naturally Sloane, having had enough of this barbaric underground fight scene, declines. Eventually, Sloane agrees for one reason or another, I can't even remember.


I just know that it happens after the arrival of Durand, his mentor from the remake Van Damme. Or maybe it's before, I don't know. It doesn't matter. His wife, though, goes to Thailand to look for him and, naturally, she gets kidnapped by the bad guys, to give Sloane even more incentive to want to kick Monkgut's massive ass. It's made into a blood feud when Mongkut punches his wife's tit, caved it in apparently, and put her in a coma that she, almost immediately, recovers from.