Tiger Claws III (DVD)
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This movie was good, but it was not what I expected. I assumed that Cynthia Rothrock would be one of the main characters throughout the whole movie, instead she had a small part. I was very disappointed because I am a Cynthia Rothrock fan. Otherwise, since I am a martial artist and I like martial art movies I recommend this movie. It contains good fighting scenes as well as a good plot, and an interesting kung fu style."
Tiger Claws 3
J. Olsen | Belleville, IL USA | 08/11/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"For anyone hoping to see Cynthia Rothrock reprise her roles in Tiger Claws One and Two, this movie will be disappointing. Ms. Rothrock makes only a cameo appearance in this film. One gets the definite impression that her appearance was more about box office than about improving the film. The movie itself is not the worst of its genre. Although there is some woefully sad acting in the non-fighting segments. The action is pretty good with Jalal Merhi serving as the protagonist. Cynthia fans would only want this video to complete their collection, not for the pitiful amount of time she appears in this film."
Not a CR movie !!!!!!
witneyl | Israel | 05/19/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Well if you're looking for Cynthia Rothrock action in this movie, there is none. It is not a CR movie, but pure Jalal Merhi!
If you like him sure, go ahead and grab this one."
No Bolo...doh...barely Cynthia...doh doh
dominion_ruler | Carolina, USA | 12/01/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"What started out as a decent movie, ended up in dissapointment and just an ok flick. Cynthia Rothrock is indeed only in the beginning of the movie, and the rest focuses on Jalal Mehri, who sorry to say, can not impress me very much. Loren Avedon (No Retreat, No Surrender 2 & 3, King of the Kickboxers) plays the bad guy in the movie. His acting actually seemed to improve over his cheesy acting in his other films, but I spoke up too soon by about mid-way through the film. The 3 ancient evil masters he calls upon are nothing spectacualr in the film, in fact they never speak. Their skills are alright and they consume most of the fight scenes in the movie. The final fights in the film are about average, involving Jalal Merhi versus the masters and the Loren Avedon character against his old master, who has now taught the Jalal Merhi character how to fight.
The ending of Tiger Claws 3 is a twist that is almost ridiculous. It kinda made me mad cause it allowed the movie to leave out Cynthia Rothrock when it really shouldn't have. Oh well, this is an average flick, basically good to complete the Tiger Claws trilogy, nothing more. Oh, and yes, No Bolo Young in this one, doh."