“ Possibly the worst movie ever...
“ This could actually be the worst movie I have seen, nay, endured.
“Throw into the equation cliched characters (with terrible actors to play them),tired dialogue and a laughably over the top ending involving a gun toting sensei,and you have a film that could not belong to any confines other than that of made for TV and straight to video hell and is,as an aside,about one notch off being totally unwatchable.
“ This has got to be the absolute worst movie ever made.
“The notional storyline is trite, a rehash of a rehash of a
Two rival kickboxing academies, one managed by a gung-ho survivalist type, the other owned by a sweet blonde, hold a kickboxing contest to decide which will remain in business and which will close.
“ The whole movie all of the fights are just sluggish, poorly choreographed, and above all else, EXTREMELY slow.
“ This is the worst movie ever made.
“ Worst movie in history....
“ The whole thing is just so predictable it's silly.
“ Yup I agree with the review above on some counts Yes the director/writer could be a genius but in truth this is the worst film I have ever seen, Some work buddies (Paul Mitchel Film) have seen this movie too and agree that as far as movies go this is a must see for anyone who thinks they have seen the worst movie ever think again.
“ But I'm glad I stopped because I witnessed one of the absolute worst movies I've ever seen in my life.
“ I find it mind boggling how some movies are able to make it to the big screen.
“ The storyline is cliche- two rival dojos go on a head-to-head competition in a survival of the fittest, with its star pupil in a brush with death accident and incapacitated.
“ We get treated to a mind numbmingly slow sword fight, in which the lady slices them both pretty good, after which they kind of just walk off.
“ About half way into it I got so bored, that I started wondering why this movie was ever made.
“ For starters, the grindingly predictable story about two rival kickboxing schools pitted against each other in a major martial arts competition offers zero surprises, with an ending that's signposted right from the start.
“ Seriously it was so obvious there where going slow because they had no idea what they where doing...