Watch Bloodfist III: Forced to Fight
- 1 hr 28 min
Bloodfist III: Forced to Fight is a 1992 martial arts action film starring Don Wilson, Richard Roundtree, and Gregory McKinney. The film is a sequel to the 1989 film Bloodfist II and the third installment in the Bloodfist film series. The story follows Jimmy Boland (Don Wilson), a former kickboxing champion who retired after accidentally killing an opponent in the ring. Jimmy is now working as a mechanic and living a quiet life with his wife Julie (Felice Orlandi), who is pregnant with their first child. However, Jimmy's life takes a violent turn when he is kidnapped by a group of thugs and forced to fight in a secret underground martial arts tournament. The tournament is run by Tung (James W. Gavin), a wealthy businessman who is involved in illegal activities such as gambling and arms dealing. Tung's top fighter is the brutal Master Neil Vargas (Gregory McKinney), who has never been defeated in the tournament. Jimmy is forced to fight his way through a series of opponents, including a skilled martial artist named Bonehead (Howard Jackson), in order to reach the final match against Vargas. Along the way, Jimmy befriends a fellow fighter named Jake (Richard Roundtree), who is also being held captive and forced to fight in the tournament. Together, Jimmy and Jake devise a plan to escape the tournament and bring down Tung and Vargas. Their plan is complicated by the fact that Tung has hired a group of mercenaries to hunt them down and kill them. The action in Bloodfist III: Forced to Fight is fast-paced and intense, with a heavy emphasis on brutal fight scenes and impressive martial arts choreography. Don Wilson, who is known for his mastery of the kickboxing style of martial arts, delivers a solid performance as Jimmy Boland. Richard Roundtree also shines as Jake, bringing his trademark coolness and charisma to the role. The film's villains are appropriately menacing, with Gregory McKinney giving a standout performance as the sadistic Master Neil Vargas. James W. Gavin is also effective as the slimy Tung, whose greed and amorality drive the plot. Overall, Bloodfist III: Forced to Fight is a satisfying entry in the Bloodfist series, delivering plenty of action and thrills for fans of martial arts movies. While the film may not be groundbreaking or original, it is a solid example of the genre and a fun way to spend 90 minutes.