Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back

Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back

Tommy Lee (Phillip Rhee) comes to visit his sister and finds that the town is being overrun with members of the Arian brotherhood. These Arian brothers certainly weren't expecting a Taekwondo expert to show up. Tommy and his sister's husband played by Christopher Mcdonald team up to stop the racism. whats better than watching neo-nazis get the crap kicked out of them? when the person kicking the crap out of them is dressed like homie the killer clown, complete with big red shoes and a foam nose. and thats just ONE of the MANY many many many many many cinematic jewels contained within this action packed blessing to the silver screen.this is the best worst martial arts film since sonny chiba's street fighter! you don't believe me? see for yourself namby-pants and check out the best of the best 3. now!!!

In the small town of Liberty, a group of white supremacist seize control and start terrorizing the populace. Enraged at their actions, a righteous sheriff and a fearless martial arts master team up and fight against the vicious organization. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back torrent reviews

tobiaslion28 (kr) wrote: Imagine putting Armageddon, Independence Day, War of the Worlds, and shit mixed into a blender, turn it on and you get this movie as the mixture.

Jonathan B (ca) wrote: The writing/directing debut of HIMYM's Josh Radnor is a mixed but generally positive bag. The performances are good and I think he does a nice job handling an ensemble piece, which is no easy task. The main fault is the writing, which veers too often into melodrama and isn't as insightful as it would have you believe. An apt comparison would be the 'B' version of Zach Braff. Granted, if you're not a fan of HIMYM to begin with, then there's a good chance you still might not like it, but as a huge fan of the show I was welcome to see Radnor try his hands at more serious territory.

roger t (mx) wrote: recommended by zorarose.....

John H (ru) wrote: Solid true life drama from John McNaughton who directed HENRY:PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER.Luke Perry is good in the male lead in a role a million miles away from 90210 but the real star here is Ashley Judd who gives a fantastic performance as Perry's unstable wife.Good film,well worth checking out.

Daniel K (mx) wrote: Great Film about the martial arts/dance style of Capoeira I recommend it to everyone. It is also available on Netflix right now December 03 2011

Tanner B (ag) wrote: -IGNORE THIS "OUT OF FIVE" RATING1/4Bronson's back to New York, where he continues to rid the world of scum. While better than PART II, it's still extraordinarily stupid, sometimes stunningly awful acting, with some hilarious dialogue, too.

Trent M (kr) wrote: Fun disaster thriller that is almost perfectly shot and only lulls a bit just before the action packed climax. You don't often see Sophia Loren firing an automatic weapon at men in biosuits, so check it out. TODAY!

Epifania A (es) wrote: Okay movie. Nothing to write home about, except that Stockard Channing does a surprisingly decent British accent.

Marc G (nl) wrote: So I watched all three versions of this film. I gotta say it is far more fetching and interesting as a two part, two perspective film. It did not have the same impact when edited together. That being said, watch him and her and be knocked down.

Magnus S (mx) wrote: Fun idea but overall Cooties is quite forgettable.