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Bloodsport


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  • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Donald Gibb, Leah Ayres, Norman Burton, Forest Whitaker
  • Directors: Newt Arnold
  • Writers: Christopher Cosby, Mel Friedman, Sheldon Lettich
  • Producers: Mark DiSalle, Menahem Golan, Yoram Globus
  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Warner
  • VHS Release Date: Nov. 1 2001
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6301163796
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,070 in Video (See Top 100 in Video)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By csm on Jan. 3 2012
Format: DVD
I bought this DVD as a gift for a martial-arts-fanatic friend. He seemed to be very pleased to receive the movie as apparently Bloodsport is one of his fave martial arts films.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Jones on Sept. 8 2011
Format: DVD
Van Damme may be the "star" of the film, but it is Bolo Yeung (Chong Li) that really makes the movie great! He is by far the best martial artist I have ever seen on film! Paulo Tocha is amazing as well!
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By Peter irqumia on March 19 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
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Format: DVD
Bloodsport marks Jean-Claude van Damme first starring role.it is
possibly his best movie to date,as far as martial arts action goes.the
fights in this scene are spectacular and very violent.Van Damme stars
as Frank Dux,who (for reasons i won't give away here)decides to enter a
secret and brutal full contact fighting competition held in Hong Kong
only once every 5 years.the best of the best from all around the world
come to the event in hopes of becoming champion.Dux hopes to become the
1st westerner to win it all.but before the tournament even begins,Dux
has a complication to contend with.i won't say what that complication
is,but let's just say it provides some comic relief in the film.if you
haven't seen the movie i won't give any more of the plot away.this
movie is very entertaining,fast paced and even has some comedy(see
above)the violence as i mentioned is very graphic and there one
particularly gruesome scene,so be warned.this movie is not about the
acting,although it is actually not bad.it is all about the action.for a
martial arts movie,this is easily in the top 10.a very strong 4/5
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Format: VHS Tape
During the martial-arts craze of the mid-90's, there were few bigger stars than Jean-Claude Van Damme. Though it wasn't a box-office hit during its enitial theatrical run, "Bloodsport", Van Damme's first starring vehicle certainly found its audience on cable and video. "Bloodsport" follows American fighter Frank Dux (Van Damme) as he enters a brutal full-contact tournament known as the Kumatai. Looking back at the movie that I once watched religously with all my friends almost a decade ago, it's probably to safe to say that if you didn't pick up on this one during its time then you probably won't understand it now. It had all the great things you'd expect from a Van Damme movie: Minimal story, cheesy overacting, and tons of random splits. The musical score from Stan Bush and a rather silly perfomance from Donald Gibb are the icing on the cake. Anytime I'm looking to take a trip down memory lane, I toss in this and "Kickboxer" and have my own little JCVD double-feature. Now, if only they could put together a special edition DVD.
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By A Customer on May 6 2004
Format: DVD
That was proven amongst the martial arts community years ago. Being a martial artist myself, I always get a laugh when I read the description of this movie on websites. However, I am giving this movie 4 stars only because of Van Damme and the great fight scenes in this movie. This is Van Damme at a young age and doing all the kicks and moves that he seems to have lost with age. Bloodsport is basically an imitation of "Enter The Dragon" (the greatest martial arts movie ever made) where a lone guy enters a tournament. The theme has been repeated countless times but Bloodsport is one of the better clones. Also be sure to check out Kickboxer, which is even better than Bloodsport!
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Format: DVD
pretty good movie old though, but its alright the acting was kind of cheap ,but what do you expect from an old movie right? its a van damme classic .
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Format: DVD
This is an excellent martial arts movie, even by the standards of a long-time Asian kung fu cinema fan like myself. The premise is simple and hardly new: an international no-holds-barred martial arts invitational featuring the various fighting styles of the world. What makes this movie special is the excellent choreography, such as Van Damme's trademark flying roundhouse face-slap.
A movie like this makes you want to jump up, pump your fist in the air and shout. It is exhilarating.
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