This movie is supposed to be a sequel to the movie which starred Jean-Claude Van Damme. Only now the movie revolves around the brother of the character that Van Damme played. David Sloan is the brother Van Damme's Kurt Sloan. He runs a Karate gym. Now Mr. Sangha, the Thai government official who handles Tong Po, the brutal kickboxer whom Van Damme in the previous movie, wishes that Tong Po would have another shot at Kurt Sloan, so he could vindicate himself but Tong Po in a fit of rage shot and killed him thus depriving him of an opportunity to face him again. But when they hear of David, they decide that he will be the one whom Tong Po will face to regain his honor. But when David is injured, Xian David's teacher is brought over to help him with his recovery. And when he recovers, they set David up to fight Tong Po; who will survive?
The Ultimate Rematch. The Bloodiest Battle. The Final Revenge.
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14 June 1991 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $444,239,
16 June 1991
Gross USA: $1,250,712
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $1,250,712
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The bloody footprints seen on the canvas at the end was from the Property Assistant/Intern Mark Kern, whose large feet (size 14) were painted with fake blood repeatedly so he could stomp around leaving the marks. See more
When David delivers the final kick to Sanga, he raises his left leg to kick but in the next frame it is clearly his right leg which comes out and makes contact to Sanga's face. The right-leg is also a prop made of rubber as you can see the crews hand holding onto the thigh part and the rubber foot flopping/wobbling when contact is made. The following frame shows David bringing back his left leg after the right-legged kick. See more
David, I see no fat lady, I hear no singing... Its not over yet... The strongest weapon is the human mind... Now kick his ass, and lets go home!
In Australia, the theatrical prints were cut to obtain a commercial M rating. Much of the close ups of injuries and wounds were cut from the fight scenes. All previously removed footage was reinstated for an R rated video version a few months later. See more
Referenced in Clerks
It's All Up To You
Written and Produced by Tony Riparetti & James Saad
Performed by Daniel See more