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Jaguar Lives! Reviews

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January 8, 2016
This is a really fun film, and while it's not all that great of a movie, it's a helluva lot of action and excitement, changing locales virtually every 10 minutes or so and featuring some great martial arts bits.

Donald Pleasence chews a ton of scenery, what's not to love?

Rental, if you can find it.
½ March 19, 2012
Martial artist Joe Lewis's first movie in a very short lived career. He doesn't bring anything special to the table but all in all Jaguar Lives was pretty good. Not for Joe Lewis but for a good supporting cast. Donald Pleasence almost steals the entire movie for the 5 minutes that he is on screen. Woody Strode is cool ass who I am enjoying more & more w/ every movie that Im seeing of his. Christopher Lee (although his screen time is limited & it takes close to an hour for him to show up) is great. A fantastic scene where he brings a small box to Lewis w/ something good & not so good in each compartment. Christopher Lee goes to answer the phone & Lewis beats the shit out the guard only to be captured again. Lee smirks & says it's for the better anyways that you didn't see what was in the boxes because you couldn't win..WTF! I wanted to see what was in those fucking boxes. Lee can be a sinister son of a bitch sometimes & I was really looking forward to it
½ January 7, 2012
Den här filmen slår på stort, tänk er Bond möter Enter the Dragon i superlyxiga miljöer i flera olika världsdelar.Man har dessutom klämt in en massa kända namn som Christopher Lee, Donald Pleasence och Barbara Bach ( + John Huston som får sitta i en rullstol i tre minuter).Filmen är extremt trist, tama karatefighter och Dallassoundtrack.Funderar på hur jävla mycket pengar dom gick back på den här.Man kanske ska försöka klämma Gymkata och Bloodsport när man ändå håller på.
½ June 21, 2011
Hilarious film. So much bad fight choreography really sets the tone for this b-production with Joe Lewis in the lead role. Some fight scenes was good but the rest looked like kids play fighting, which made the film an entertaining treat for fans of old school martial arts movies. Also big names like Christopher Lee, Donald Pleasence and John Huston appear in amusing but small parts.
January 18, 2010
I watched anything with martial arts in it as a kid. This was not one that I watched more than once.
½ September 1, 2009
Impressive cast, amazing number of locations, good 70ies funky score. This film had everything to be an entertaining copy of James Bond. Even Joe Lewis is doing a decent job as an actor. But the story fall flat and there is not enough action to really keep the viewer interested. Too bad, the potential was there.
March 5, 2009
Action all the way the end was one of the best in a martial arts film i seen in a long time
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