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Bloodsport (1988) on IMDb

Frank Dux has spent most of his life being trained by Tanaka to participate in the Kumite, the ultimate martial arts tournament, where participants are seriously injured, even killed. Frank decides to go despite being told by his superiors in the army that he can't because they need him. Two army officers are sent to get him and the trail leads to Hong Kong but Frank eludes them. While Frank advances, he knows that he may have to face Chong Li, the defending champion, who has killed a few participants.

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  • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Donald Gibb, Leah Ayres
  • Directors: Newt Arnold
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Unknown
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: A (Adults Only)
  • Studio: Excel
  • Product Release Date: 29 Jun 2013
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,646 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)

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Very bad video quality. Lot of noise can be seen in the images. Definitely not bluray class.
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5.0 out of 5 stars +1 I'm in! 13 July 2016
By haruman - Published on Amazon.com
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You can tell how old this classic is, but whenever this is on TV, I always watch it. I just don't know why Amazon doesn't let you buy it via SD quality since in the 80s this wasn't available as HD. I would have paid for it since I'm trying to trim down my physical collection and start collecting on my digital collection. Anyway on with the movie.

Classic plot: retribution for his master, flashbacks to when he was a chubby kid and karate helped put him on track, revenge for master's son who died tragically. I love that revenge of the nerds star was in this as well. Acting is horrible, but the fight sequences and music were well put together and you know you are rooting for Frank Dux! Definitely inspiring if you want to pick up martial arts if not to do some fancy kicks.

Pick this up, you'll like it. I can't say this about the other JCVD movies.
5.0 out of 5 stars JCVD at his very best 15 July 2016
By Thomas Pascarelli - Published on Amazon.com
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This movie is as ridiculous as can be...and it's freaking amazing. An underground tournament that no is supposed to know about, music that, at times just had people saying, "Kumite," over and over again, and Jean-Claude doing the splits all over the place. I can't see why anyone could say anything wrong about this film. It is pure gold
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4.0 out of 5 stars Cheesy....BUT still Van Damme at his best! 27 February 2006
By Ervin Griffin - Published on Amazon.com
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I just relived my teen years by viewing this film yesterday and let me say that I do see the similarities to Bruce Lee's classic "Enter The Dragon" now.

Yes, it is an "ETD" clone but as "ETD" clones go, its pretty damn good and stands on its own! Other than Kickboxer, Lionheart and perhaps the first Universal Soldier, this is easily Jean Claude Van Damme's best performance ever!

Like other reviewers, what kept me glued was the training montages and seeing all those different styles of fighting! While some of them were overplayed for the sake of film, many of these styles exist in real martial arts so it was fun to see them even if they were exaggerated a bit.

And while they didn't have any dialog, I found the other fighters to be engaging just by what they did on the Kumate mat! My favorite non-speaking character was, and still is, real-life fighter Paco! My friends and I loved him for some reason!

Bolo Yeung is the guy most young adolecent boys dream about being. Very little talk but all action! His portrayal of the villian Chong Li wasn't an acting masterpiece but it didn't need to be to convey that this was one bad mutha.....well you get the idea!

While this was based on the life of Frank Dux, the story has been exposed as fake in recent years. Still, even with that knowledge, its still a fun film to watch though it is toned down violence by today's standards. Imagine if they re-made this film today!? The level of violence would probably be off the page!

Van Damme, who had starred in other low-budget action films before this (most notably "No Retreat, No Surrender"), got his first starring role in this film and enjoyed a good run from 1987 until about the mid-90's! Still, this is one of his brightest moments in film! Enjoy martial arts action, 80's style!
3.0 out of 5 stars For better or worse, the movie that made Van Damme a star 6 July 2003
By Wheelchair Assassin - Published on Amazon.com
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While it may not have been a victory for the acting world, "Bloodsport" was more responsible than any other movie for launching the career of a certain high-kicking, strongly accented Belgian action hero. "Bloodsport" tells the (kind of) true story of Frank Dux, a Franco-American army officer who goes AWOL in order to honor his Japanese master by fighting in a secret full-contact tournament called the Kumite. Along the way, he gets busy with a leggy American reporter and befriends a hulking fellow competitor (played by Donald Gibb, best known as Ogre from the "Revenge Of The Nerds"). Of course, Van Damme movies are not known for their moral ambiguity, and this one is no exception. The bad guy role in this particular film goes to Chong Li (played by the very imposing Bolo Yeung), who is, in the grand tradition of Van Damme movie villains, PURE AND UNMITIGATED EVIL. He intentionally cripples (or kills) his opponents, taunts Van Damme after beating up his friend, and generally looks mean and scary. You just know Van Damme and Chong Li are going to meet in the finals (isn't it just a major coincidence that they're on opposite sides of the bracket?), so suspense goes pretty much out the window right away. However, things like plot and character devlopment aren't exactly requirements for a Van Damme movie anyway. What "Bloodsport" does offer is frequent fight montages where hard-bodied martial artists do the kinds of things that look really freaking cool even if you can't completely follow what they're doing. And of course, you get to watch Van Damme dispatch a variety of foes with impossibly fast and limber movements on his way to the championship. And what else are Van Damme movies for? Sure, the plot and acting are negligible, but "Bloodsport" stands as a milestone of the mindless action genre. So shut your brain down for ninety minutes and enjoy.
5.0 out of 5 stars favorite 5 March 2009
By S. Frank - Published on Amazon.com
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This movie is one of my all time favorites a movie based on a true story van damme was the best of his time nobody did it better than him sure people mock him now but watch anything else in this time period compare it to anything he was the best of his time. This was Van Damme and only him nobody stepping in to do the moves for him no CG and no wires for kicks. Those are the things nowadays that make people think it looks "Real" He did it all on his own. Glorified stars like Jet Li don't do the more complicated scenes... in the movie "the one" watch the special features he uses a double for most of the more complicated action sequences. You wouldn't catch Van Damme using a double he is always willing to teach whoever he is working with on set how to do action sequences as well Great movie one of his best many critics may say different but this is my opinion

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