Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Sakuraba is #1, Jan 17, 2020.
There are other notables such as Kickboxer and Best of the Best.
Enter the Dragon.
Reminds me of having sex with the wife.
It is. 100%.
I think that guy in Bloodsport is Jean Charles Skarbowsky
Enter the dragon isn't American made but it wishes it was.
Bloodsport is the greatest movie ever made, period. (Aside from MacGruber)
Is boxing not a martial art?
Was Revenge of the Ninja American?
It’s a joint production with Hong Kong. It’s my pick k for best martial arts movie.
Samurai Cop is.
Gymkhana is better than both but of the two choices Bloodsport is better overall.
Bloodsport is GOAT.
Probably the weirdest martial.arts concept of that era!
Suck on my pommel horse skills, you literal peasants!
Enter the Dragon, no contest.
It's got Bruce Lee, and hardly any stupid drama. A bunch of memorable characters, without a need for a bimbo.
Plus, no JCVD.
Bruce Lee laughs at Tong Po
Honestly I'd probably go with The Karate Kid.
The best part was the early stages of the tourney... It was fun seeing how the movie makers created the different fighters/styles. It was almost like a Street Fighter game, before there was an actual Street Fighter.
I wouldn't be surprised if the makers of Street Fighter 2 took inspiration from Bloodsport in making the game. Thought I'm probably getting my time frame wrong here..
Over-all, Bloodsport is just an incredibly fun movie. Which is what a Martial Arts movie needs to be
Agree... the chick stuff in these movies is retarded
Someone has never seen fight valley
Yup. As bad as it is in terms of acting and writing, it did give martial arts fans everything they wanted in a karate movie.
I would have to agree it's the goat. I watch it every time I catch it on tv
Forced love interest leads to movie suck
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