Best of the Best II
Best of the Best II is a 1993 martial arts film directed by Robert Radler, and starring Eric Roberts and Phillip Rhee. It is the first sequel to the 1989 film Best of the Best. The plot follows four of the characters from the original film, and was released on DVD on February 6, 2007.
After returning home from South Korea, three members of the U.S. National Team set up a martial arts studio in Las Vegas. Travis has been secretly competing at "The Coliseum", a brutal underground fighting arena managed by Weldon, whose protégé Brakus is the venue's owner and undefeated champion. Ordinarily a challenger must defeat three of its "Gladiators" in order to face Brakus, but Travis challenges Brakus outright. Amused by Travis's arrogance, Weldon grants his wish.
|author||John Allen Nelson|
|editor||Bert Lovitt Florent Retz|
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|musicBy||David Michael Frank|
|producer||Peter Strauss Phillip Rhee|
|productionCompany||Picture Securities Ltd. The Movie Group|
|publisher||20th Century Fox|
|recordedAt||Arizona Las Vegas Valley|
|theme||kung fu martial arts|