Kickboxer 3: The Art of War

Kickboxer 3: The Art of War

Kick-box champion David Sloan arrives in Rio de Janeiro for an exhibition fight. He and mentor Xian take pity on Brazilian rascal Marcos Coasta, an urchin who offers guide services but routinely steals from tourists for himself and his older sister Isabella. David is shocked when he sees how his Argentinian opponent Marcelo needlessly abuses a courteous local sparing partner. That's the doing of his evil US manager, Lane. He has nasty plans to force David to cheat and runs a white slavery racket.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1992
  • Language:English,Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   police,   boy,  

David Sloan travels to Rio for a kick-box exhibition. There he saves two youngsters and stops a white slaver. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kickboxer 3: The Art of War torrent reviews

Joshua C (us) wrote: An intriguing Slice of Life film with great talent.

Alex R (ru) wrote: This movie is utter garbage.

Michelle S (ag) wrote: Freaking hate this movie. It's a couple arguing for hours in Paris. Not my thing.

Caleb C (us) wrote: pretty good film ,but mostly forgettable.

Chandrahasa R (au) wrote: Decent movie, the twist in the end is the only thing worth watching the movie for. Concept was top class, the execution very average.

Alexander C (ru) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

Line N (mx) wrote: En veldig kul film som det hadde vrt fint om det gikk an f tak i! Men nei; videosjappene satser bare p asiatisk grss... dette er en actionkomedie som i plot minner veldig om den norske Blmandag, men her er det mer action. Anbefales! :)

Marie T (gb) wrote: Le meilleur film d'amour que j'ai vu. Et ils s'embrassent meme pas!! Wow! Ils sont forts, ces Francais! En passant, tres bonne idee cadeau pour la St-Valentin, les mecs... ;-)

WS W (kr) wrote: Mr. Indecisive (deserves) being punished by Miss Personality- a story told by Francois Truffaut, once again.

Justin R (ru) wrote: Nice early Louis Malle flick.

Dave H (de) wrote: Fantastic opening that the rest of the film never really tops. But this nice little wartime thriller works on multiple levels. Propaganda film, yes, with some "end justifies the means philosophy" but also a decent spy thriller with a mistaken identity twist. Tone strikes an slightly imperfect tone (sorry) - he's ok but a tad generic/forced as the hero. But the rest of the cast excel, especially von Stroheim hamming it up as Rommel, and Tamiroff as the flustered, decent hotel owner.The only thing that doesn't really work are some of the broader attempts at humour - they sit and bit oddly with the dark and cynical tone of the rest of the film. Strangely overlooked effort on Billy Wilder's resume - it came just before two of his classics - Double Indemnity and Lost Weekend. I guess those had better scripts and casts, and Billy was still honing his directorial craft here - but nevertheless - the lensing is often stunning, and very clever, compared to most films of the era. And typically for him, the film is laced with dry, wry dialogue, which he captures in some nice exchanges.Milder Wilder, but even milder Wilder is well worth it.

Jim T (au) wrote: The problem is this came out the same year as LOTR, and if it weren't for the already established fan base would have been completely over-shadowed. Lots of wonder and magic drag it over the line.

Andy G (kr) wrote: McCanick is an OK crime drama about an old veteran cop the accidentally shoots his partner and tries to help this druggie Kid get off the streets. It stars David Morris and Cory Moneith in this movie. C+ (2013)