Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Daniel Bernhardt, James Hong, Pat Morita, Donald Gibb, Lori Lynn Dickerson
Director: Alan Mehrez
Genres: Action & Adventure
Best fight scenes ever
dominion_ruler | Carolina, USA | 08/23/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The first Bloodsport will always be the best of the series, and probably remains as one of the best martial art movies of all time. Bloodsport 2 does not have the classic feel that Bloodsport has, nor does Daniel Bernhardt fill Van Damme's shoes, and the villain Demon (played by Ong Soon Han) does not come close to the on-screen presence of Bolo Yeung. What Bloodsport 2 does have over the original is the best tournament you will ever see in a movie. For a good 30 minutes throughout the film, you get some of the best choreography ever done, well editing and camera angles, and long fights that are just enjoyable to watch and appreciate. The story to Bloodsport 2 is nothing to write home about, but as far as fights, the beginning to the end of his film has nothing but continuous fights (both in and out of the tournament). The final fight between Alex (Bernhardt) and Ong Soon Han is actually pretty good, maybe better than Van Damme and Chong Li in the first Bloodsport.
If you are looking for a good all around movie in the Bloodsport series, look towards the first Bloodsport. If you don't care about story and famous actors and just want really good fights, Bloodsport 2 is the best in the series. Check out Bloodsport 3 too - its pretty lame throughout but the tournament is pretty dang good too. As for Bloodsport 4, ouch."
Decent Sequel to Blood Sport.
sam_van_damme | Dunedin, New ZealandDUNEDIN New Zealand | 09/14/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"When I got this out I wasn't expecting much at all. But I was pleasantly surprised at what I got. It is well structured film (like a real 80's style with a distinct beginning, middle and end not like crappy shallow 90's films which just meander along and feel really empty) Daniel Bernhardt is really charming, a good fighter and looks strikingly similar to Van Damme in some shots. It has one of the best chessy training scenes like the one in kickboxer. The fight scenes are well edited and well shot, so they are easy to watch and not to close-up. For fans of 80's cheese (even if this is a 90's film) and lots of mano a mano fight scenes this should fit nicely in your collection."