Kickboxer

1989

Action / Sport / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 6.4 10 44,476

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Jean-Claude Van Damme as Jacques Kristoff
Michel Qissi as Tong Po
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rambofan4life 10 / 10 / 10

The story about White Warrior - the best kickboxing fight martial arts film ever Van Damme's best movie my fifth personal favorite

Seriously one of the best martial arts movies that Van Damme ever did. I really love Kikcboxer to death it is a cult classic film. The movie is like Rocky in a revenge style. I am huge Jean-Claude Van Damme fan I grew up watching his movies. Hard Target is Jean-Claude Van Damme's favorite number 1 film Van Damme is from Belgium Europe. His character was born in Belgium so he is practically based on Van Damme's life. My fifth favorite Van Damme film of all time his best one. It was beautiful wonderful directed by Mark DiSalle who directed wonderful this movie. Jean-Claude Van Damme's performance is one of the best in the movie. I love his character so much as Kurt Sloane. I love how he trains trough whole movie the movie is like "The Karate Kid" but uses Muay Thai style in the training sequence. Jean-Claude Van Damme directed the fight scenes he was the choreographer of the movie. I love the music score by Paul Hertzog who also made a music score for Bloodsport Van Damme's first lead role movie. This was Van Damme's last movie in the 80's he did. We got now 7 Kickboxer movies because there were 4 sequels and 2 reboots so we got 7 Kickboxers. This movie did not need any sequels and it did not need to be remade. It should have been a stand-up alone movie. It is the best one of all 6 movies that come out none of those films come near this movie. I love the fight scenes that were really choreographed no wires, no CGI all practical done for real. Real actions. I love Van Damme in the Maylee store kick's 2 guys from Freddy Li beating them like a real martial artist, he kicked them ass. I love the finale in which Van Damme kick's and defats with martial arts Tong Po one of the best fights in the movie I ever seen. Van Damme dances while been drunk and kicks Freddy Li's fighters to the ground. Van Damme kicks a fighter in a tournament and defeats him in a kickbox match. You have also 2 dogs in a movie one is Kiki in which Xian Chow owns him and one is in the opening sequence and I love dogs. I am an animal lover and I respect Van Damme and love him so much. Van Damme love dogs and I love dogs too, I am so glad he let dogs in his movie yay. I love you Van Damme so much. His my second favorite action star with Sylvester Stallone. The whole training montage was inspired from The Karate Kid and Rocky IV. I love the songs played in the film: Never Surrender, Fight for Love and Streets of Siam by Stan Bush. Seriously I grew up watching this movie even me kicked in a door with my knee pretending to be a palm tree in which Van Damme kicks it. When Xian Chow provokes Van Damme, he kicks palm tree to the ground. Michel Qissi was excellent as the villain Tong Po he also played in Bloodsport Suan Parades with Van Damme and he also reunited in Lionheart again with Van Damme. He was the only with Dennis Chan who returned for the sequel with Sasha Mitchell. Dennis Chan as Xian Chow was awesome as Kurt trainer but in which he performed that Tai Chi style that was a stunt double sorry but I recognize a stunt double. Haskell Anderson as Winston Taylor was awesome as bad-ass Vietnam vet retired a retired US Army special forces I love the guy in this movie. Former world kickboxing champion Dennis Alexio was great as Eric Sloane. All fights were done for real. I liked Rochelle Ashana as Mylee who played Kurt's love interest. Kikcboxer is my fifth favorite martial-arts film definitely Jean-Claude Van Damme's best film. It is in my top 10 Van Damme favorite films.

Reviewed by rambofan4life 10 / 10 / 10

The story about White Warrior - the best kickboxing fight martial arts film ever Van Damme's best movie

Seriously one of the best martial arts movies that Van Damme ever did. I really love Kikcboxer to death it is a cult classic film. The movie is like Rocky in a revenge style. I am huge Jean-Claude Van Damme fan I grew up watching his movies. Hard Target is Jean-Claude Van Damme's favorite number 1 film Van Damme is from Belgium Europe. His character was born in Belgium so he is practically based on Van Damme's life. It was beautiful wonderful directed by Mark DiSalle who directed wonderful this movie. Jean-Claude Van Damme's performance is one of the best in the movie. I love his character so much as Kurt Sloane. I love how he trains trough whole movie the movie is like "The Karate Kid" but uses Muay Thai style in the training sequence. Jean-Claude Van Damme directed the fight scenes he was the choreographer of the movie. I love the music score by Paul Hertzog who also made a music score for Bloodsport Van Damme's first lead role movie. This was Van Damme's last movie in the 80's he did. We got now 7 Kickboxer movies because there were 4 sequels and 2 reboots so we got 7 Kickboxers. This movie did not need any sequels. I love the fight scenes that were really choreographed no wires, no CGI all practical done for real. Real actions. I love Van Damme in the Maylee store kick's 2 guys from Freddy Li beating them like a real martial artist, he kicked them ass. I love the finale in which Van Damme kick's and defats with martial arts Tong Po one of the best fights in the movie I ever seen. Van Damme dances while been drunk and kicks Freddy Li's fighters to the ground. Van Damme kicks a fighter in a tournament and defeats him in a kickbox match. You have also 2 dogs in a movie one is Kiki in which Xian Chow owns him and one is in the opening sequence and I love dogs. I am an animal lover and I respect Van Damme and love him so much. Van Damme love dogs and I love dogs too, I am so glad he let dogs in his movie yay. I love you Van Damme so much. His my second favorite action star with Sylvester Stallone. I love the songs played in the film: Never Surrender, Fight for Love and Streets of Siam by Stan Bush. Seriously I grew up watching this movie even me kicked in a door with my knee pretending to be a palm tree in which Van Damme kicks it. When Xian Chow provokes Van Damme, he kicks palm tree to the ground. Michel Qissi was excellent as the villain Tong Po he also played in Bloodsport Suan Parades with Van Damme and he also reunited in Lionheart again with Van Damme. He was the only with Dennis Chan who returned for the sequel with Sasha Mitchell. Dennis Chan as Xian Chow was awesome as Kurt trainer but in which he performed that Tai Chi style that was a stunt double sorry but I recognize a stunt double. Haskell Anderson as Winston Taylor was awesome as bad-ass Vietnam vet retired a retired US Army special forces I love the guy in this movie. Former world kickboxing champion Dennis Alexio was great as Eric Sloane. All fights were done for real. I liked Rochelle Ashana as Mylee who played Kurt's love interest. Kikcboxer is my favorite martial-arts film definitely Jean-Claude Van Damme's best film. It is in my top 10 Van Damme favorite films.

Reviewed by ivo-cobra8 10 / 10 / 10

The best of Van Damme my favorite martial arts classic film of all time

Kickboxer (1989) is one of the best martial arts films that Jean-Claude Van Damme ever made. I am a huge fan of Van Damme, I absolutely love this film to death! It is a cult classic film that Jean-Claude Van Damme made in to a star. Hard Target is Jean-Claude Van Damme's favorite number 1 film of mine this is my second favorite film of his. Bloodsport and Kickboxer are Van Damme's best films of the 80's he ever did. Since he edited Bloodsport himself and Cyborg flopped, Van Damme went and make this film that even today it is one of his best films of his career. After an US Champion Eric Sloane (Dennis Alexio who was a kickboxing champion in real life) and his brother Kurt Sloane (Jean-Claude Van Damme) travel to Thailand, Bangkok to fight the Thailand Champion Tong Po (Michel Qissi). In the ring the fight is different than in America in a Muay Thai style and Eric get's hurt and paralyzed for life by Tong Po. Van Damme is angrier and vows for revenge, so he meets this guy Vietnam vet retired Winston Taylor (Haskell V. Anderson III) who helps Van Damme on his mission. With the help of the Thai master Xian Chow (Dennis Chan) who becomes his teacher, trains him and getting him ready for the fight of his life. What can I say I love this movie to death, this movie kicks ass. It is great choreographed, it has no wires, just real action. Real fights they were all choreographed from Jean-Claude Van Damme him self. I love that the location was shot in Thailand and not in America. The director Mark DiSalle did a wonderful job directing this beautiful movie. David Worth was good by helping co directing it. Music was made from Paul Hertzog who made the music montage for Bloodsport. Trough inter film we se Van Damme training I love that, I love how Van Damme trains in the Stone City. The whole training montage was inspired from The Karate Kid and Rocky IV. Kickboxer defines my childhood I grew up watching Van Damme as a kid and Kickboxer is still my favorite film. Tong Po (Michel Qissi) is one of the best bad guys of all time. On the end of the film we se the last fight with Kurt and Tong Po in the "ancient way", with a broken glass which it is a beautiful well choreographed. I love how Van Damme kick's and defats with martial arts Tong Po one of the best fights in the movie I ever seen. Van Damme dances while been drunk and kicks Freddy Li's fighters to the ground. Van Damme kicks a fighter in a tournament and deafets him in a kickbox match. I love the songs played in the film: Never Surrender, Fight for Love and Streets of Siam by Stan Bush. This movie spawned 4 sequels and 2 reboot films but no one of those films come near this movie. Don The Dragon Wilson can suck Van Damme's dick for challenging him Don your movies suck. Steven Seagal get your fat ass out of Van Damme way because Van Damme would have kicked your face with his technique to the ground on the dirt. 10 out of 10 Kickboxer is my all time favorite Jean-Claude Van Damme martial arts film and kicks ass, it is a cult classic film of all time. I love the cast, the direction I love everything about this film. I love this film to death.

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