The plot is literally exactly the same. While there is no shortage of either, the movie has a strong underlying theme and a decent plot. Before seeing this, I looked up the movie and read the plot, and that was the first thought that ran through my head; seeing it only proved it. Get back on track after what happen last time Case Walker played by the talented Michael Jai White find himself in Thailand face off with a gruesome fighter named Braga. If you weren't old enough to see movies and understand them back in 1984, this may seem like a pretty good movie. Will the good kid defeat the bad kid in a no holes barred fight? The only difference is that when it came to the soundtrack they replaced Peter Cetera with nu metal in the vein of Linkin Park and the most pivotal characters in this film were cell phones.
Issues of pride, of bullying, of prejudice, of commitment and above all respect. By the time the movie was over, I counted over 15 similarities between the two films, and yet nowhere did I see any credit given to the original writers. I'm just glad this was a sneak preview so I didn't have to pay to see this. Kid starts some heavy duty Karate training so he can get revenge by kicking the bad boys ass while simultaneously winning the heart of the hottest girl in town. The other plot hole which also made me scratch my head was the death of the lead character's father. D 2 is a fun movie but thank god they get rid of those pretty boys in this one cause Michael Jai White is the only reason why i watch this series and he get to flexing his muscles a lot this time.
It gets a bit mediocre, as I have said, and some stuff just falls flat, but they handle everything they lack so well with other interesting and appealing scenes and substance, excluding the featherweight dialogue, haha. Bad things about it: a bit cheesy, mostly predictable, lack of character development apart from Jake the main character and Jean Roqua, the occasional bad technique from my point of view and a clear plastic feel to it due to the beautiful people. He got drunk at a bar, got behind the wheel and wrapped his car around the tree. You do know that villains never think they'll back down. Kid starts some heavy duty Mixed Martial Arts training so he can get revenge by kicking the bad boys ass while simultaneously winning the heart of the hottest girl in town.
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Evidement tout est cousu de fil blanc, on a des petits ressorts scénaristiques tout simplistes et que l'on voit venir à dix bornes! Good things about it: fantastic soundtrack, good acting, great locations, professional fighting and pretty good story, albeit being a bit simple and predictable. There are two very strange cameos by Tony Jaa and Rampage Jackson which I am still trying to figure out. The movie is light-hearted with some cheesy moment about friendship but that what these kind of movie about so i enjoy every minute of it and hope one day to see Case Walker vs Yuri Boyka And that is just friendly advice. I find it awfully hard to believe that a high school kid could achieve something like that. Why is it rated so low? Usually a film with a script of this caliber has a heap of tits.
Until they do, then they not only think it, they actually do it. Instead of watching this film just watch the Karate Kid and have a computer handy. Shouldn't they be suing for plagiarism? It means well, but that doesn't always go down that well. Never Back Down was still a really great movie that I had a lot of fun watching, and I was surprised with how much I actually ended up liking it. If anything else, there is Cam Gigandet and Sean Faris shirtless. I was surprised at the lack of tits in this film.
The advertisements portray the film as being merely a vehicle for shirtless boys to beat on each other and hot girls to wear bikinis. The fight scenes of course and they are pretty well staged. This was obviously an oversight from the producers and I'm sure that will be fixed if they make a sequel. But just in a cameo role! I suggest you see it if you can appreciate it for what it is. Though that shouldn't be surprising if you have seen Michael Jai Whites previous work before. Isn't there some kind of law against that? The one good thing I did like about the movie was the villain. So while I haven't seen the previous Never Back Down, this is based on, you can watch it and still enjoy it too.
I do respect the fact that they were able to jam every 80's film cliche ever into the little over 90 minutes. But still, that isn't nearly enough to make up for this rip-off. It's not an empty action flick or a taped brawl. But apart from the obvious and the predictability what else is there? It contains and deals with many issues that are in our every lives. But just in a cameo role! Kid gets the living crap beaten out of him by the town bad boy. Ditto for another walk-on by a female Thai martial artist who looked like she weighs 75 pounds soaking wet. .