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  • Actors: Sasha Mitchell, Kamel Krifa, Brad Thornton, Jill Pierce, Michele Krasnoo
  • Directors: Albert Pyun, Rick King
  • Writers: Albert Pyun, David Yorkin, Dennis A. Pratt
  • Producers: Alberto Graça, Jessica G. Budin, Kinga Kozoron
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 23, 2003
  • Run Time: 182 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000ALPFJ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,739 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Kickboxer 3: The Art of War Kickboxing's main man is back. He's in Rio where the action is hotter, the women sexier, and the competition deadlier than ever before. Sasha Mitchell (Kickboxer 2) puts his life on the line to save a young girl and stop an international terrorist's reign of terror. Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor Sasha Mitchell (Kickboxer 2 & 3) triumphantly returns to the ring as David Sloan, fighting not just for his survival, but for his beautiful wife, who has become the sexual captive of the despicable world champion, Tong Po. Framed, forgotten and furious, Sloan has been wasting away in prison, but the Feds agree to release him, if he will lead them inside Tong Po's impenetrable Mexican fortress protected by its deadly guards and adorned by its sexual slaves. Sloan reluctantly teams up with a female fighter to gain entry into Po's tournament of champions, a savage battle where winner takes all-and to Sloan-that means everything!

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I really like marital arts, wish I could do that, but I cannot, so I will watch it instead.
T. Regina Sterling
This is one of those low-budget, martial arts films designed to capitalise on the success of earlier glories.
FrKurt Messick
What I don't like is the final fight, Tang Po looks as if he never had a karate lesson in his life!
"datrukillab"

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By dominion_ruler on August 18, 2006
Format: DVD
KICKBOXER 3

3 STARS - DISAPPOINTINGLY NO TONG PO

Kickboxer 3 goes away from the first two movies with the absenece of the impressive villain, Tong Po. David Sloan and Xian return though, and fly to Brazil where David is to fight the Argentina fighter, Eric Martine, for the lightweight world kickboxing championship. While in Brazil, David and Xian meet and become friends to a homeless boy and his older sister. David also meets Eric Martine's promoter, Frank Lane, who is inviting to David and Xian but secretly steals the boy's older sister to sell into prostitution. Lane captures David and puts him through excrutiating training, hoping David will be too weak for the fight against Martine.

The story in Kickboxer 3 is pretty decent, but its harder to appreciate it with the absence of Tong Po. There aren't many fights in the movie, and only two that are decent. The first is an exhibition match between Martine and another fighter. The best fight in the movie is between David and Martine. Its about a 5 minute fight that begins in the ring but ends on the arena floor with the surrounding crowd cheering on. I really like this fight and I wished it were longer (especially when they fight outside the ring on the floor). Also worth mentioning, there is a small scene of Caporeia fighters in the beginning of the movie that is beautiful to watch.

Kickboxer 3 overall turns out to be nothing more than an average martial arts flick. After Kickboxer 5, it is the worst in the franchise. Its not a bad movie, but Kickboxer 1, 2, and 4 have a lot more to offer, especially action and fighting.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "datrukillab" on August 18, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Ok, I have never actually seen Kickboxers 1 & 2, but after seeing clips from them at the beginning of this movie, I can tell you they are better. Kickboxer 4 is good though in some areas, yet bad in others. The action and fighting - very good. You won't get bored if you like fighting scenes. What I don't like is the final fight, Tang Po looks as if he never had a karate lesson in his life! As for the storyline, not so great. But overall I like it anyway just to see the nice action.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "dieselbreeze" on March 13, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
If you have seen all the other Kickboxer films, you may be a bit dismayed at the tone of this one. It is as different from the first 3 as night is from day. This installment is very dark in tone, having jettisoned the Teacher figure from previous films, and the humor that interaction with him provided. Our hero is now a loner out for revenge upon his nemesis Tong Po. In the first few expository minutes, a voice-over explains that David(I think that's his name) has married, and his wife was kidnapped and is being held by Tong Po. The rest of the story involves a to-the-death competion hosted by T. P. which our hero infiltrates in order to find and free his wife.
This movie would have made a much better stand-alone picture. Mitchell's character has changed so much he might as well be a different man, although it would not have solved the problem of the tacked-on backstory. Besides, a different actor is playing Tong Po! Sure he looks similar, but that is really pushing it!
Sasha Mitchell does well in the fight scenes, showing some grace and variety in his movement. The camera manages to shoot him so you can even see some of what he is doing. Several time Women's Champion Michelle Krasnoo also appears as a bratty girl who wants to fight with the big boys. Her martial arts are much better than her acting. You almost want her to get her butt kicked.
There is not much depth in the story but not much is required. The wounded hero has a just cause, the villain does dastardly deeds with a smile and there are many round-knees and devastating kicks. This movie really just wants to look good and it manages pretty well. There is eye candy for men and women and lots of martial arts.
This is not bad for b-movie fight flicks. The director left room for a sequel should the studio want to try for one more but 4 is enough already! Go find something else to do!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Ives on August 5, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
If you like good fight scenes, then this movie is a good one. Sasha Mitchell apears to have changed his style from traditional kickboxing to more of a muay thai style, and the kumite style tournament is done well. However, Tong Po is played by a different character, and he is by no means as good as the one that played Tong Po in the first two kickboxers. The final fight between Sloan and Tong Po is not even competitive!!!! This movie is worth bying, but dont expect the same quality as the first two kickboxers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Regina Sterling on November 28, 2013
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I really like marital arts, wish I could do that, but I cannot, so I will watch it instead. The actors convinced me they could really kick butt. I really do not like bullies and when someone has the opportunity to help someone go all the way. I like that. Regina.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike Sehorn on March 14, 2011
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The fourth installment in the "Kickboxer" franchise isn't a great movie by any means, especially when compared to the original Van Damme classic and the better-than-average first sequel. However, after the sheer disappointment that was Kickboxer 3: The Art of War, I see fit to cut this one some slack for just being a carefree karate B-movie. It has some disappointing parts that nearly earn it a lower rating, but considering that you ought to watch a film like this in a none-too-serious mindset to begin with, I can't complain too much.

The story: when he is framed, sent to prison, and his wife is kidnapped by a returning Tong Po (Kamel Kriffa, Thunder in Paradise 3), the happy-go-lucky David Sloan (Sasha Mitchell, Step by Step) transforms into a dark soul, hell-bent on revenge. He's released by the DEA to infiltrate a tournament set up by the fighter-turned-kingpin to bring him to justice - a task he must accomplish alongside rescuing his wife and keeping Po from discovering his identity.

Though not completely humorless, you realize early on that this film isn't going to be quite as (intentionally) silly in temperament as its predecessors. Sloan is presented as more of a Charles Bronson-type character than his usual goofy self, and this actually aids his acting performance, which is easily the best of the three movies he's done for this series.
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