Director Ben Ramsey and writer Michael Andrews team for this martial arts action thriller concerning a mysterious drifter (Michael Jai White) who becomes ensnared in the seedy world of underground street fighting. In the back alleys of Los Angeles, life is cheap and to go against the grain is to take on the most powerful criminal organization on the West Coast. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I wonder if this one went straight to dvd tho it shouldn't have. Very well put together film especially how the fight scenes were filmed.. Michael jai was amazing! and it had a plot that developed well. Seemed like this character was walking away at the ending toward a sequel? I wanted to know more about "Mr. Bone?!"
I didn't expect much from this movie- just ran across it as a "no namer" fighting movie. Turns out, it's actually very good considering the genre. The plot actually existed and unfolded over time without being boring and the acting and fighting were pretty well done!
At the suggestion of a Blockbuster em pl. & the great reviews I took a chance @ what looked like a cheesy movie,and was satisfied as well as surprised. Every review here is accurate & true so no need for me to repeat the same thing. Good solid ass kicking where the main character is never vulnerable and IS believable from the opening scene, right through the credits. Loved him in Spawn,& Michael has another winner.
Very good bare knuckle fight movie.
Michael Jai White is a master of woshu.
No double hits on the opponent, which I
like see, you hit the guy and that's it. He
fights the best street fighters in this movie. Very Good, and I will buy it.
I rented this movie twice, then had to buy it. Best direct to DVD fight movie I ever seen. Michael Jai White is the ultimate Dark Hero, with superb fight scenes, and memorable characters. Highly suggested, it will have you cheering.