Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Don 'The Dragon' Wilson, Lorenzo Lamas
Genres: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy
A deadly computer virus has invaded a virtual reality fighting game leaving a rebellious teen trapped within. Now the boys father must enter the tainted program & battle his way through a deadly maze of levels & martial ar... more »
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X-treme Fighter That Dan Mayid is great!
Mary Ann | New Jersey | 05/19/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I loved the story it was a new aspect showing different martial artists. Brad played by Dan Mayid, is awesome. His techniques look outstanding. I hope he makes more movies! I think he's gonna be the new Karate Kid! Can't wait for x-treme fighter 2"
MASTER DAN MAYID IS AN X-TREME FIGHTER!
Billy Antonides | Freehold, NJ | 05/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After a long time waiting I finally got to see my karate instructor Master Dan Mayid in his first martial arts movie! If I did not know better I would think his fighting scences were for real. It has a cool story and X-treme Fighter is now my favorite martial arts movie and Master Mayid is now my favorite movie star! If you buy this movie you will love it too! I hope there will be an X-treme Fighter 2!"
Gotta see Dan Mayid in this Movie!
Eric Alders | Toms River, NJ | 05/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As a 4th Degree Black Belt, I have to say that I have been a fan of martial arts films for quite some time so it was great to see a new movie with an interesting plot and cool special effects. This is a must see for anyone interested in the martial arts or in a good action movie. The son in the Movie, played by martial artist Dan Mayid, steals the show. I think he is the true star of the film. His fight scenes are more believable then anyone in the film and his acting really brings you into his character's story. Dan Mayid will be the future of Martial Arts films. BUY IT!!!"
When they can't even get the choreography in a martial arts
David Romano | Lancaster, PA United States | 07/10/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This movie *should* have been so much better. Forget the plot, it isn't needed. Don't worry about the acting, it's unnecessary. This movie was supposed to be all about the fight sequences. As the DVD case advertises "25 Fight Scenes" and "10 World Champions". Sadly, all those world champions must have forgotten to eat their wheaties when they showed up to work. The choreography was terrible. It was slow, choppy, technically poor, and rarely lasted long enough. I've seen many of these people in other films, and I know they are capable of better.
Don Wilson, Cynthia Rothrock, Christine Bannon-Rodriguez, the Kim twins, Lorenzo Lamas, Eric Lee, Michael Matsuda, Brad Verret, Maurice Smith, Ray Wizard, and especially Chris Cassamassa. Half the cast was on "WMAC Masters", and we know they can give us fantastic scenes with the right producer and fight choreographer. Cynthia Rothrock, Don Wilson, and Lorenzo Lamas have made careers of action films, and they were some of the worst offenders. The worst scenes? Rothrock versus Bannon-Rodriguez. Don Wilson versus Bannon-Rodriguez. Cassamassa versus Wilson. Wilson versus Smith (who has thankfully moved on to greener pastures as the head coach of the IFL's Tiger Sharks, a more fitting use of his talents!). I can't think of one good fight from the entire film, and when the film's raison d'etre was fight choreography, it better live up to the hype. The only decent fight was between Wilson and Gokor Chivichyan, and that's not saying much.
This one didn't. I'm glad this was only $10. Will I watch it again, sure. It kills time on a lazy Saturday. But if you want good fight choreography, go check out MK, MKII or something from China. There's a reason very few people have heard of this film...except for the actors' students, who are hurling around 4 and 5 star reviews based on that fact alone."