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  • Actors: Sasha Mitchell, Dennis Chan, Richard Comar, Noah Verduzco, Alethea Miranda
  • Directors: Rick King
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, Portuguese
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • VHS Release Date: September 21, 1994
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6302571839
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #305,764 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The action scenes aren't particularly strong.
Mike Sehorn
Though the action director doesn't showcase it, you can tell that cody has plenty of power.
morgoth
I think there needs to be more fights, and less gun shooting.
Kellie Patterson

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By morgoth on March 25, 2006
Format: DVD
These types of movie are SO difficult to watch. The characters are all acting ok, but the storyline is on par with any linear story that has ever been done. I wish that I could give this a good review cause I like cody from step by step, and he can't do anything great in terms of high quick legs or really fast fist forms, but he does make up a little but for that in his power. Though the action director doesn't showcase it, you can tell that cody has plenty of power. I would love to give you some long review and give you the whole storyline but , you know what, I guess I can, Cody is going to a tournament, a guy doesn't want him to fight in it so his guy can win, so this guy acts nice at first and then when cody won't accept an invitation to throw a fight for money, he gets mean and since he is also like a slave trader he decides to put cody through some hell training with 1 enjoyable moment out of like 8 scenes.

Alright so i reviewed the story only because it is no goddang simple.

Overall this movie is not suggested by me and you should only watch it if you have seen every good kungfu movie, and I haven't even come close, so this sucked.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Jim on November 11, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Switching up the story a little bit, this third entry in the "Kickboxer" series has Sloan and trainer Xian headed to Rio for an exhibition bout. While there, they discover that their opponent's manager is actually a rich "playboy" who has gained his massive fortune by selling kidnapped women to his customers for sexual purposes. When the sister of a young boy that they have befriended is kidnapped, Sloan aims to get her back by any means neccessary.
Not only are there a few nice martial arts sequences here but you get a couple of shoot-outs as bullets fly through mansions with Sloan and Xian declaring war on anyone in their way. The returning Mitchell and Denis Chan are what keeps this sequel afloat. Some may be turned off by the slight change in the plot but in my opinion, it keeps things interesting. "Kickboxer 3" is pretty much the best you're gonna get from a straight-to-video sequel to a genre flick.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sid the Elf on July 5, 2012
Format: VHS Tape
When one was pondering how to re-place Van Damme in the Kickboxer series there was only one person who could hold that jock...and that man is non other then Sasha Mitchell best known as dude extraordinaire Cody Lambert from Step By Step. Well being a product of the 90's, maybe we just know he best for that role, but that's nothing to scoff at. Our only hope would be that he roundhouse kicked that nerdy kid with the huge red specks at least once during the filming of that series. Whats so great about Sasha is the fact that not only is he a 90's tv icon, but he's an actual black belt and amateur kickboxing champion. Good work on that lead Southern Sid. So all this martial arts/kickboxing experience only made him 100x more incredible in his role as David Sloan. It's not that fruity Dutch wang chung stuff either, this is real roundhouse kicking 90's action. We certainly wouldn't have it any other way and nor should you. On top his great arse whooping skills, he had the same "Dude" voice that we all loved in Step by Step. This leads us to believe that it's not an act but actually his legitimate speaking voice. This makes him an even less assuming yet more lethal kickboxing machine.

We open Kickboxer 3 with a very attractive lady running for her life as she's chased by a machete yielding Brazilian nutbar. The scene is tense yet we must applaud the director for the slow motion running rack action. Not the most opportune time for that, but whose complaining? Once captured she's returned to home of our villain Lane, whose running a brothel against the girls will. He captures them then forces them to a life of Merry Xmiss re-enactments with the clients. Now enter David Sloan, well known kickboxing champ, showing up in Rio for a fight and some R&R with his trainer who looks like a Mr.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike Sehorn on March 12, 2011
Format: DVD
So, anybody out there who complained that Kickboxer 2 wasn't as good as the original? - your grumbling would've been better saved for this disappointing departure from the series' norm. Supporting the theory that filmmakers were planning to turn Sasha Mitchell into a Jean Claude Van Damme knockoff all along, "Kickboxer 3 - The Art of War" follows in the footsteps of Van Damme's Hollywood career in trying to separate the star from his "karate man" image and in favor of a more well-rounded action hero model. Did either succeed? - well, you can argue for Van Damme, but ol' Sasha here would've definitely done better to stay exclusive to the kickboxing ring.

The story: David Sloan (Mitchell) and his teacher Xian (Dennis Chan) travel to Rio de Janero to partake in a charity kickboxing event, but they end up in the middle of a dangerous adventure when they befriend a brother-sister pair of street children targeted by a sex slavery circuit. Both will have to adjust to a new environment to overcome the resources and cruelty of the ruthless ringleader (Richard Comar, Bordertown).

It becomes painfully clear that the both the writer (Dennis Pratt, Leprechaun 4) and the director (Rick King,
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