Eric and Kurt Sloane are the descendants of a well-known Venice, California-based family of martial artists. Kurt, the younger of the two, has always been in his brother Eric’s shadow, and despite his talent has been told he lacks the instinct needed to become a champion. But when Kurt witnesses the merciless murder of his brother at the hands of Muay Thai champion Tong Po, he vows revenge. He trains with his brother’s mentor for a fight to the death with Tong Po. At first it seems impossible to turn Kurt into the living weapon he must become to beat Tong Po, but through a series of tests and dangerous encounters, Kurt proves he has a deeper strength that will carry him through to his final showdown with Tong Po.
Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi) has always been there for his brother, Eric (Darren Shahlavi), who's known in the martial arts world as a modern-day warrior. When Eric dies fighting the Muay Thai champion Tong Po, Kurt is out for vengeance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Not a great film. Not worthy of the Die Hard name. The driving scene was great but that's all.
(au) wrote: Iski suoraan sydmeen ja suomalaisuuteen.
(au) wrote: ei suomalaiset kyl osaa teh leffoi. joka elokuvaa o iha pakko tunkee hikisii seksikohtauksii ja munasillaa hengailevii miehii. hyi yk.
(ca) wrote: Not nearly as funny as the 1st.
(au) wrote: i am big fan of R. gere. stunningly hot... and i loved the script. funny, pathetic and unnerving...
(nl) wrote: Very funny movie! The lead actor is also the director & gives a great performance. Joe Torry, Tisha Campbell & Paula Jai were hilarious!
(jp) wrote: a couple good lines, but mostly just a very repetitive and derivative movie.
(us) wrote: Talking about disfunctional! Outrageous n lovable characters make of this a great movie!!!
(it) wrote: Hasn't aged as well as Toy Story 2 in some respects, otherwise a masterpiece.
(mx) wrote: Maggie Gyllenhaal is a credit to her profession. 'Sherrybaby' made me see all the pain and struggles that people who have drug addictions, or other vices have to face. It was very touching and heart wrenching to see her try, succeed and fail and still keep going. You never know what led someone to the place where they are. This movie gives you a little taste of that.
(ru) wrote: listed as a "millennial screwball comedy" well its NOT a screwball comedy in the classic Hollywood sense it had very little comedy I'd classify it more as a dramedy from the director of 'the squid & the whale"
(kr) wrote: Most films about the King of Pop focus on his later career, but Spike Lee's documentary looks at his journey from child star up until his breakout album as an adult. The last half of it mostly focuses each track of Off the Wall and how it's endured as one of the greatest pop dance albums of all time.