Sunday, July 10, 2011

Best of the Best 4 is now on Netflix Instant.

For those that don't know, Best of the Best was one of America's finest films. It features the events that transpired when America took down Korea as a world power.

Real men train in the snow, shirtless.


See, back in the 70's and 80's, wars were fought through martial arts competitions. If your country had the five greatest martial artists, you were the new Super Power of the world. But back in the late 70's, the Koreans cheated in these games by making one of the sons of a legend drop his ice cream in dramatic fashion. Due to this, the Americans lost, and Korea reigned supreme over the world.

Everyday man from Detroit.


To counter this, drastic measures were taken, they fired their coach, brought in the best coach, then began recruiting. They scoured the nation to find the best of the best. See what I did there? They found a cowboy from Miami, a nerd from Nebraska, and an every day man from Detroit. Together, those three would combine their powers and become the anchor for their team and attempt to put America back on the map. Oh yea, the son who dropped the ice cream, he's back with a vengeance too. He plans on killing the man who on that fateful day, forced his ice cream to fall.

Boy vs Man, who cleans up the ice cream that's surely been spilled?


As they battled it out, the odds became insurmountable, Korea was surely to win, but what's this, Tommy (the boy) got into a position to kill his nemesis.



I won't spoil the rest for you, but I'm sure you've seen this cinema classic. After the end of the first movie, with the fighters being treated like Vietnam Vets, they were forced to do illegal streetfighting, some even lost their lives, as shown in the semi documentary Best of the Best 2: Still The Best. After their foray in underground MMA, Tommy decides to settle down only to find himself amongst a war of Indians and Bikers in Best of the Best 3: Still Bestin'. He does his best to remedy the situation which brings us to the 4th and final installment of the classic saga Best of the Best 4: Without Warning. Now I personally have yet to see it, but I'll assume it has something to do with copious amounts of ass being kicked.

So add it to your queue now, Best of the Best 4: Without Warning.

27 comments:

  1. sounds very epic. especially the bit about the ice cream

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  2. Sure I've seen this classic, huh. Hm.

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  3. Ni idea de esta saga, creo que en mi país no la distribuyeron :).

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  4. awesome. i'm going to have to watch this soon

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  5. I remember watching this movie as a kid. Good times!

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  6. best of the best must be so money!

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  7. i love the Best of the Best series, I have to watch Best of the Best 4!!!!

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  8. The shirtless part sounds good. lol.

    AND I LOVE HIMYM.

    Best show ever.

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  9. The first one features some top notch acting from eric roberts. TOMMY NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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  10. Looks like a no brainer to me hahaha Best of the Best 3 sounds like the best of the saga though

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  11. Yeah, I remember this movie. It was good.

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  12. Never seen that, I'll give it a look.

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  13. movie does not look too good : <

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  14. Yes! I've been waiting for this to go on Netflix or Hulu, haven't seen it in awhile.

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  15. it turns out James Earl Jones plays Frank Couzo, the coach for the Americans; AWESOME

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  16. great summary! i watched the movie and you are right on sir!

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  17. "Real men train in the snow, shirtless." LOL
    Yeah, being a real man is not easy!

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  18. This sounds so horrible I have to see it

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  19. This is great!
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  20. This sounds like such a strange movie, reminds me of the dolphin whale episode of south park.

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  21. i love the background story of this film, nice review, thanks for the share!

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  22. I need to watch this film! Looks cool.

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