Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992) - Action, Sport, Thriller

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David Sloan travels to Rio for a kick-box exhibition. There he saves two youngsters and stops a white slaver.

IMDB: 4.1
Director: Rick King
Stars: Sasha Mitchell, Dennis Chan
Length: 92 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 6 out of 26 found boring (23.07%)

One-line Reviews (9)

Well let's just say that this predictable sequel is a marginal improvement over # 2.

No, the real error lay in the incredibly bland presentation – why the hell would anyone watch a movie that even the most naïve audience member can guess, and the most artistically illiterate can imagine in a more interesting and aesthetically pleasing way?

At almost 90 minutes Kickboxer 3: The Art of War feels longer, a lot longer as it's a fairly slow going film that fails to be exciting or surprising or funny or good.

It's a lot more entertaining and fun than you might think.

Actually filmed in Rio de Janerio, this looks alright but has dull photography & forgettable production values.

How do all these people take such sensational raw material and make it actually a bore?

More like Art of Bore .

The action scenes in this movie are really boring, especially the actual kick-boxing the title promises is really poorly executed.

It's entertaining enough.