Best of the Best
Best of the Best (1989)

Learning the value of teamwork, the racially diverse U.S. karate team must work through their personal troubles to successfully participate in the upcoming international competition.

Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: November 10, 1989
DVD Release Date: September 28, 2004
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Michael A. Smith
Nolan's Pop Culture Review

I LOVE this movie. Bad sequels take away from the original.

Scott Weinberg

Surprisingly not-awful cable-flick action-fest!

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Dean King
A half decent martial arts flick as a USA team take on a well trained Korean team. A bit slow to get going but the fights are pretty good towards the end. A… More
Jason Spencer
I think this one was cool. This was an intro to the characters. They would later be thrown into action adventures as the series went on.
Wahida K
A team is not a team if you don't give a damn about each other.
danny d
really good action
Dean McKenna
Amazing karate competition of an underdog U.S. national karate team battles for the world title in this martial arts <i>Rocky</i>.
Joseph Eastmond
A Melo-Dramatic Action Flick, That Make's "Brandon Lee" look like "Bruce Lee."