Log in or Sign up. Can someone please shoop Askren laying there, with that Asian dude from bloodsport who stole that gold tooth off the mat, when dude got his ass whooped? I will forever owe you one, if you can. I hope what I said makes sense. Law Dog , Jul 7,
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This is great news, because—let's be honest—the more we have of the guy behind the most epic splits in cinema history , the better. JCVD has many other martial-arts films on his resume aside from Kickboxer and Timecop , but one stands above the rest: 's Bloodsport. In it, Van Damme plays Frank Dux, a highly trained fighter trying to honor his unlikely master, Senzo Tanaka, by winning the Kumite, a dangerous underground fighting tournament held annually in Hong Kong. One of the hallmarks of Bloodsport is the array of facial expressions Van Damme employs to make up for his legendarily atrocious acting. To be fair to JCVD, though, the rest of the cast was just as atrocious, save for a young Forest Whitaker, who played one of the government agents sent to stop Dux from fighting and bring him back to America actually, Whitaker was kind of bad in this, too. But part of why Van Damme went on to enjoy such a successful post- Bloodsport career is because the faces actually do make up for the bad acting. Yes, they're that good. So in honor of JCVD's forthcoming return to the big screen, allow us to revisit his classic by ranking his signature Bloodsport looks, in ascending awesomeness. Typical reaction following a decisive blow during competition. Characterized by a prolonged, monotone yell and distant but focused eyes.
Log in or Sign up. Jedi Council Forums. Welcome to the new boards! Details here! Registered: May 25, Let us discuss this great Jean Claude Van Damme film. Eeth-my-Koth , Jun 13,