No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers (1990)

Posted in Reviews by - May 21, 2012
No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers (1990)

Ng See-yuen’s third instalment is atrociously wooden but it’s a B-movie with character. The hard-hitting fight scenes are its saving grace, with impressive athletic performances from its gweilo cast who prove themselves to be more than adequate at handling the pace of Hong Kong action. The revenge story has nothing to do with the previous films, as the Alexander brothers (Loren Avedon and Keith Vitali) vow to track down the killers of their retired CIA father. Their quest takes them to Florida and more specifically Franco (Hunter), bleach-haired ringleader of a top brand of international terrorists. Expect macho buddy nonsense and a whole heap of very well-choreographed fighting, the best being a two-on-one finale in an aircraft hanger.

AKA: Karate Tiger 3; Blood Brothers.

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