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Lady Bloodfight (2016)

R | | Action, Crime, Drama | 5 May 2017 (USA)
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A blond arrives in Asia, and is first, jumped, then beaten up, by thugs. She asks a fighter girl to train her - but really, she wants to take part in a tournament. Plenty of girls, of all races, fighting action.

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Jane
Muriel Hofmann ...
Shu
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Ling
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Wai
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Cassidy
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Svietta (as Ng Mayling)
Sunny Coelst ...
Jaa
Rosemary Vandebrouck ...
Yara
Lisa Cheng ...
Lam
Chalinene Bassinah ...
Alia
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Van
Lisa Henderson ...
Natalya
Isa Sofa Chan Kwan Nga ...
Kim
Nathalie Ng ...
Aung (as Nathaliea Ng)
Happy Ma ...
Kazumi
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A blond arrives in Asia, and is first, jumped, then beaten up, by thugs. She asks a fighter girl to train her - but really, she wants to take part in a tournament. Plenty of girls, of all races, fighting action.

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Rated R for brutal violence and some language | See all certifications »
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The film is loosely based on movie Bloodsport (1988). See more »

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Typical girl-power feel-good BS
15 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

Terrible in every which way; rudimentary shadow of a story, amateurish acting, incompetent editing, sub-par choreography, direction.. what, you think somebody actually directed this?

Kickboxer-like films' value rests most heavily upon the quality of the fight scenes. It is therefore important to recruit actors competent enough in martial arts to make it all believable.

Girl-power type of films on the other hand are infested with girls who are not even fit enough to jog; the girl recruited in Brazil seemed too clumsy to have actually walked too fast in the past.

Laughable. Avoid like the plague.


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