Best of the Best 4: Without Warning
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|Best of the Best 4: Without Warning|
|Directed by||Phillip Rhee|
|Produced by||Phillip Rhee|
|Written by||Phillip Rhee|
|Music by||David Grant|
|Edited by||Bert Lovitt|
Picture Securities Ltd.
|Distributed by||Dimension Films|
Buena Vista International
Best of the Best 4: Without Warning is a 1998 direct-to-video martial arts-action film written and directed by the film's star, Phillip Rhee. It is the third sequel in the Best of the Best film series. The film co-stars Ernie Hudson, Tobin Bell, Paul Gleason, and Sven-Ole Thorsen.
A group of Russian mobsters have stolen a huge supply of paper for printing U.S. currency, and are now flooding the market with counterfeit bills. When one of the mobsters decides to turn herself in and hand over a data CD to the DA, she is shot and killed, but not before handing the disc to an unsuspecting Tommy Lee. Despite working with the police as a martial arts instructor, Lee doesn't go to the cops with the disc, but instead goes on the run, giving the mafia time to kidnap his daughter to hold as a hostage in exchange for the disc. When Lee catches the mobsters fleeing in a C130, he raises himself on a fire engine and casts the mobster's own bomb into the plane as landing gear doors close.
- Phillip Rhee as Tommy Lee
- Ernie Hudson as Detective Gresko
- Tobin Bell as Lukasz Slava
- Paul Gleason as Father Gil
- Art LaFleur as 'Big Joolie'
- Jessica Collins as Karina
- Chris Lemmon as Detective Jack Jarvis
- Sven-Ole Thorsen as Boris
- Jessica Huang as Stephanie Lee
- Thure Riefenstein as Yuri Slava
- Jill Ritchie as Mickey, Big Joolie's Daughter
- Ilia Volok as Ilia
- Garrett Warren as Viktor
- David Fralick as Oleg
- Monte Perlin as Sergi
- Shauna O'Brien as Yuri's Girl (uncredited)
- Amy Rhee as Tommy's Wife (uncredited)
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