American Streetfighter

American Streetfighter

A new wave of crime is sweeping America & a new Crime Lord is in charge. Ogawa.
A dadly mastermind, he as conceived a plan to smuggle illegal conterband through dead bodies.
Posing as a fight promoter, he recruits the toughest, most desperate fighters, most of them nameless with nothing to lose, who wont be missed.
Streetfighter: Jake Tanner, has disappeared from the US for over 10 years but now back to a country he does not recognize.
But when his brother faces the deadly force of Ogawa, Tanne

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3 thoughts on “American Streetfighter

  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Moderately interesting, June 3, 2004
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    Bryan C. Darling (New Port Richey, FL) –
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    This review is from: American Streetfighter (DVD)
    Hmmm, what to say about Gary Daniels epic film American Streetfighter? Well for one thing it was filmed on the cheap, Low budget? Nope. Shoestring budget? Nope. Filmed in some guys basement? Yup. Seriously most of the “sets” look like some guys basement with a few boxes piled about and some xmas lights strung up, and for a little variety they film some stuff in a parking lot or some guys house in the middle of the desert.

    Anyway, the film pretty much goes as follows, Gary as a young man is a bit of a punk, and after a firebombing gone bad he heads for the hills, or in this case Hong Kong. 10 years later he finds his brother is in some kind of trouble and heads back to the states. Seems his brother has involved himself in pitfighting for little extra cash (think bumfights but lower rent) Gary doesn’t want him to do this so he takes his place, and quickly gets beaten like a rented mule by the “champion” Viper. Awakening in a hospital of sorts he sees things are not up to snuff as it seems that the bodies of dead fighters are being used to transport drugs overseas. That pretty much sums it up, tho’ there are things about a long lost son, and love, old vendetas and a pretty cute chick named Reiko who meets a sad end 🙂

    So if you have 7$ burning a hole in your pocket you might pick this up if only for some moderately good martial arts and alot of unintentional laughs.

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  2. 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This Video is only $19.95, February 5, 1999
    By A Customer
    Action Star Gary Daniels kicks up a storm in this non stop martial arts film from Screen Pix Home Video. This film is NOT available in Canada from Screen Pix Home Video. If you have questions please call the films producer and distributor at 1-800-906-4749. ~Screen Pix Home Video

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  3. 0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Save your money, stay away from this clunker, July 4, 2009
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    This review is from: American Streetfighter (DVD)
    Fortunately I got this movie for free at the dvd store I visited.
    So I took it and watched it. I realized why they were giving this away for free. It was boring, acting was awful, fight scenes were bland and you were so put off, you didn’t care about the movie or how it ended.
    I don’t mind cheesy action flicks. This movie was cheesy in a BAD way.
    This will be a waste of your time. I am glad I didn’t waste a dime on this garbage.
    I threw my copy in the trash where it belonged.

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