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Best Of The Best Box Set (2 Discs)

Released on 15 October 2007

Featuring: James Earl Jones, Eric Roberts & Sally Kirkland

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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The complete collection of the Best of the Best series of martial art films.

Best Of The Best: Eric Roberts, Phillip Rhee, Christopher Penn. John Dye and David Agresta play five young men who are selected as members of the U.S. National Karate Team. Each teammate has his own reasons for competing. However, they soon discover that in order to function as a team, they must put aside their difference and learn to depend upon each other.

Best Of The Best 2:U.S. World Karate champions Alex Grady (Eric Roberts) and Tommy Lee (Phillip Rhee) unite to shut down the Coliseum, a Las Vegas underground fight club, after their teammate Travis Brickley (Christopher Penn) is killed in a gladiator-style fight. But first they must defeat the club's owner and star fighter Brakus (Ralph Moeller) who sets the only rule of the house - there are no rules!

Best Of The Best 3: No Turning Back: While visiting his sister, Tommy Lee discovers that a band of ruthless thugs plan to shatter the peace of a small rural community!

Best Of The Best: Without Warning: When a girl fleeing Russian mobsters plants a stolen computer disk on Tommy Lee, the martial arts expert finds himself unwittingly thrust into his most harrowing adventure ever!
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 Best Of The Best Boxset

| | See all JGatefield2007's reviews (2)

OMG what a boxset to get. u wont b disappointed. i bought it, and ive seen the first 2 b4. but havent seen the 3rd and 4th until last week. u wont get a betta action film. i really enjoyed them. and so will you. buy it. u will never be disappointed. great for them people who love martial arts films


| | See all BONKYDOLLOCKS's reviews (1)

Best of the Best has got to be one of the best series of martial arts films i have ever watched on DVD. Number 1 is the film that gets you to know the charactors inside out, number 3 is the film that makes you wish you were there so you could give Travis a slap and make him see sense. Tommy Lee rocks my boat but only in the Martial arts way. If you have never seen Best of the Best then then you dont know what a TV screen is meant for. Buy it, Watch it, You will enjoy it. Promise

 Martial Art Ultimatum!!!!!

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I recently got this boxset, i have to say that the four movies are absolutely spectacular!!! thia is a definate buy if you are into martial arts action thriller movies..brilliant


| | See all gemzy86's reviews (2)

what a box set i loved the first two and had no idea there was a 3 and 4 cant stop watching it!!

 martial arts feast

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best of the best 1 to 4 is probaly one of the best martial arts films in the last 20yrs.1 and 2 are the best for me because of roberts/rhee/penn who are absolutely brilliant and the story in both films are top notch.director robert radler gets the best out of the main leads.there are some well choreograhed fight scenes especially in the first between phillip rhee and simon rhee who are brothers by the way.and in the second philiip rhees fights scenes are extremely violent and well staged.number 2 is cut by 1 sec.now here is the problem although 3 and 4 are ok but they fail to make any impact and the loss of roberts and penn made the films just ok.it was left to phillip rhee who directed 3 and 4 and not very well and the story in no 3 was better than 4.there are some decent action and fight sequences but not enough to save both films also 3 and 4 are cut even though they should of been uncut.overall very good but only because of the first 2 films

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ActorsJames Earl Jones, Eric Roberts, Sally Kirkland, Louise Fletcher, Chris Penn, John Dye, John P. Ryan, Phillip Rhee, Tom Everett, Ernie Hudson, Christopher McDonald, Gina Gershon, Jessica Collins, Dee Wallace, Tobin Bell & Paul Gleason
DirectorRobert Radler & Phillip Rhee
Certificate18 years and over
ScreenFullscreen 4:3
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo
Duration6 hours and 11 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.