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Dragon Fire (1993)

Los Angeles 2050 A.D. Crime. Drugs. Violence. Rape. The City of Angels has descended into chaos. Street fighter Dominic La Banca seeks to avenge his brother's death in this lawless city. To... See full summary »

Director:

Rick Jacobson

Writers:

Robert King (story), Beverly Gray (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dominick LaBanca Dominick LaBanca ... Laker Powers (as Dominic La Banca)
Pamela Pond Pamela Pond ... Marta (as Pamela Runo)
Kisu Kisu ... Slick
Harold Hazeldine Harold Hazeldine ... Eddie
Charles Philip Moore Charles Philip Moore ... Low-Ball
Michael Blanks Michael Blanks ... Ahmed Mustafa
Dennis Keiffer ... Johnny Powers
Roy Boesch Roy Boesch ... Official
Manuel Luben Manuel Luben ... Manolo
Randall Shiro Ideishi ... Li (as Randy Ideishi)
Richard Fuller Richard Fuller ... Hulk
John Arthur ... Black Ice
Val Mijailovic Val Mijailovic ... Morales
Rae Manzon Rae Manzon ... Kemal
Laura Neustedter ... Woman Fighter
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Los Angeles 2050 A.D. Crime. Drugs. Violence. Rape. The City of Angels has descended into chaos. Street fighter Dominic La Banca seeks to avenge his brother's death in this lawless city. To find the killer, he must enter the deadly underworld of the Alley Fights a savage kickboxing match of the future! Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Action | Drama | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 October 1993 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dragão do Futuro See more »

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Production Co:

Concorde-New Horizons See more »
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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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Remake of Bloodfist (1989) See more »

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Unimpressive
17 December 2005 | by gridoonSee all my reviews

With so many real-life kickboxing champions in various categories listed on the cover of this film, I expected more - the fight scenes are only average (at least they saved the best one for last). Too many of them are what in pro wrestling is often called "squash matches" - one of the opponents dominates the other completely. The leading man can't act at all, but he does have some funny facial expressions; a few of the other fighters are fun in a comic-book way ("the Hulk"). The movie is pointlessly set in the future, which for the director apparently means that he has to shoot everything through a blue filter (or maybe my VHS copy was just bad). It also wants to be a whodunit, as we don't see the face of the man who kills the hero's brother in the beginning. However, you'll easily guess who it was halfway through. (**)


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