1980s martial arts triple. Jean Claude Van-Damme plays the feared Kung Fu bully 'Ivan the Terrible' in 'No Retreat, No Surrender' (1985). Against all the odds, the central character Jason (Kurt McKinney) is inspired by the ghost of Bruce Lee to get himself in shape and prepare for victory in the fight of his life against the notorious Ivan the Terrible. Loren Avedon stars in the sequel, 'No Retreat, No Surrender 2: Raging Thunder' (1989) as Scott Wylde, a young kickboxer and martial arts pro living in Thailand with his Vietnamese heiress girlfriend. When she is kidnapped by a Russian gang, Scott enlists the help of his friends Mac (Max Thayer) and Terri (Cynthia Rodrock) to rescue her. Plenty of martial arts action (punctuated with explosions and shootouts) ensues as they confront the kidnappers in the aptly named Death Mountain region. 'No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers' (1989) is the second sequel to the original film. When mobsters led by a wanted international terrorist kill a retired agent, his two sons - one a policeman, the other a martial artist - come together after years of estrangement to avenge his death. The subsequent confrontation leads to all manner of martial arts mayhem as the brothers work alongside each other to bring the killers to justice.
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