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  • Actors: Michael Jai White
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002FU8JTW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,653 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Commentary with Director Ben Ramsey, Actors Michael Jai White, Dante Basco and Michelle Belegrin, and Cinematographer Roy Wagner
Breaking the Mold: Behind the Scenes of Blood and Bone

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Ex-con Isaiah Bone (Michael Jai White, Spawn, upcoming Black Dynamite) is the new force in LA's underground street fighting scene. When he takes down the reigning champ, the local mob boss wants to enter Bone in a series of high-stakes international matches. Bone's refusal sets off an explosive showdown between two powerful enemies with everything at stake. Also starring Julian Sands (Ocean's Thirteen, 24), Eamonn Walker (Cadillac Records, Oz), Ron Yuan (Fast & Furious, Prison Break) plus some of the fiercest mixed martial arts superstars including Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson, Bob "The Beast" Sapp, Tanoai Reed, Gina Carano and Ernest "The Cat" Miller.

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Ex-con Isaiah Bone (Michael Jai White, Spawn, upcoming Black Dynamite) is the new force in LA's underground street fighting scene. When he takes down the reigning champ, the local mob boss wants to enter Bone in a series of high-stakes international matches. Bone's refusal sets off an explosive showdown between two powerful enemies with everything at stake. Also starring Julian Sands (Ocean's Thirteen, "24"), Eamonn Walker (Cadillac Records, "Oz"), Ron Yuan (Fast ' Furious, "Prison Break") plus some of the fiercest mixed martial arts superstars including Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson, Bob "The Beast" Sapp, Tanoai Reed, Gina Carano and Ernest "The Cat" Miller.

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All I can say is WOW, love this movie it's so good.
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This movie is very enjoyable with excellent fight scenes, wonderful acting, and a great story behind it all.
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This is one of the best martial arts films that I have ever seen.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Ash on September 5, 2009
Format: DVD
This movie is by far one the best martial arts choreographed straight to dvd movies i've ever seen. Michael Jai White if you didn't know is a professional martial artist and in my opinion one of the best "natural" american action stars in the business and believe me he shows all his skills in this movie. (It's about time a directer revealed what Michael is capable of).

Not only does it have a great story line but it mixes action and charisma into such a well balanced storyline that you'll be asking for part two once it's over. Also if you're an MMA fan there are a few appearance by some of your favorite fighters. I gotta admit this movie hit me like one of Michael's round house kicks...straight outta no where, and you too will be very suprised by thinking this is a B movie when really it's a A+ action packed film, better than most in theaters right now.

Also, with work such as this film we need to see more black actors and writers in Hollywood, this movie should have been in theaters, and I believe you'll agree with me once you check it out. So once again, go out and purchase this movie, I guarantee you will not be disappointed.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By H. Pericles on September 7, 2009
Format: DVD
Leading character Michael Jai White, assuming the role as Isaiah Bone, delivers a stand-alone performance like none other. This film is no doubt one of the best martial arts films in years. It is not the typical fight movie, where the main character goes to various scenes to fight the best fighters and crowned the champion after he defeats the most-feared/best fighter at the end. BLOOD and BONE is much more; it has a story line (that is well written), a purpose, and a promise (that White fulfils at the end).

This kind of film is perfect for White because he is a professional martial artist who holds seven black belts in various disciplines; again, 7 black belts. More important, what he shows in this film is something that should not be missed by anyone with an eye.

White lights up the screen with his awe-inspiring fighting style from start to finish. The first scene (i.e., prison bathroom) of the movie depicts that when he takes out five plus antagonists in quick fashion, leaving them bloodied, mangled, shocked, and confused. As the storyline progresses, White continues his damage in every fight scene. Not only does he destroy his contenders, but he obliterates them and leaves spectators dumbstruck and looking at one another with the "who-what-when-where-how" questions: who is this guy; what is he made of; when did he learn these killer moves; where did he come from; and how in the world did he do that with his hands and feet? In no way is this an exaggeration; viewers who watch this film will perhaps have the same sentiments and ask the same questions and more.

Besides his prowess in martial arts, White's acting should not be overlooked, for he delivers his role flawlessly.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mantis on October 10, 2009
Format: DVD
It's nice to see that producers are occasionally taking their time and trying to make a movie that actually appeals to its intended audience. Even though this is direct-to-video it's much more entertaining than most of the crap that gets released theatrically, martial arts or otherwise. Competently directed and acted, with some sweet fights and a story that I can't say is terrific but definitely good, especially for this demographic.

Michael Jai White ("The Dark Knight", "Undisputed 2") tears it up as Bone, an ex-con on a mission to become the king of L.A. street fights... and take care of some personal business along the way. After convincing a small time promoter (Dante Basco, Rufio from "Hook") to get him a money fight, Bone wastes dude after dude, until he has to fight Hammerman, the undefeated monster who fights for the ambitious and philosophical hustler, James (Eamonn Walker, who's fantastic). James may have some serious investment plans for Bone should he win.

I know it doesn't sound original but I loved how the movie has you pulled in for a long time before you understand Bone's motives. I figured as long as he kept kickin' tail, who cares why he's doing it?

The fights credit numerous choreographers but the stunt coordinator is listed as J.J. "Loco" Perry, who mastered Michael Jai White and Scott Adkins in the awesomeness that is "Undisputed 2", one of the best direct-to-video martial arts flicks that I've ever seen. I don't think the fights are quite as good here, but definitely worthy of comparison. In that film White plays a boxer who adopts some MMA techniques, so his leg movements are necessarily limited. This, however, is the first film where White really gets to show off his stuff as a martial artist and it's about time.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By fmwaalex VINE VOICE on October 3, 2009
Format: DVD
BLOOD & BONE

I have been waiting for a martial arts film or what most call a "fighting" movie that actually had a real storyline and interesting characters. After all the searching I finally came across this wonderful piece of filmmaking called "Blood & Bone". This movie is very enjoyable with excellent fight scenes, wonderful acting, and a great story behind it all. The great thing is that a review I recently posted I thought the director did not do the greatest job ever [Dragonball Evolution], but he did a great job on this. I may have really got this for Gina Carano who is way to fine and some Mixed Martial Artists this film turned out to be great.

Isaiah Bone [Michael Jai White] is a recently released con who is looking to move on with his life. There is only one thing standing in his way of doing that, a jail house promise he made to a now deceased friend behind the walls. James [Eamonn Walker] is a big time hustler on the streets who basically runs every thing for some higher ups; the thing is he has something that is not his. Bone's friend was set up by James in order for James to steal his girl; he is also the guy who had the guy killed in jail. So the only way that Bone knows how to get close to the guy is to enter the street fights in which James manages the champ on the streets, Hammerman [Bob Sapp]. With the help of Pinball [Dante Basco] Bone makes a name for himself leading to a showdown with the man who killed his friend.

Michael Jai White who is actually a real martial artist and you may remember from a little film called "Spawn" is excellent in this movie. First off his fighting is excellent and is completely realistic even mixing in some jiu-jitsu [love it]. Also and this may surprise some who have not seen him in other things his acting is superb.
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