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Movie Info & Cast


This breakneck thriller teams over half a dozen of the world’s biggest action stars for the martial arts film event of the year. When a hit contract is taken out on a billionaire’s daughter (Celina Jade) intent on bringing down a major crime syndicate, a team of wanted mercenaries (Tony Jaa, Tiger Chen) must take on a group of professional assassins (Scott Adkins, Michael Jai White, Michael Bisping) to stop them from hitting their target. Also featuring Iko Uwais and Jeeja Yanin.


  • Tony Jaa
  • Tiger Hu Chen
  • Iko Uwais
  • Scott Adkins
  • Celina Jade
  • Michael Jai White
  • Michael Bisping
  • JeeJa Yanin
  • Dominiquie Vandenberg
  • Ron Smoorenburg

Did You Know?


  • Scott Adkins and Michael Jai White Previously Starred opposite each other in Undisputed 2: Last Man Standing, and would later appear in Accident man Together, also Michael Jai White and Tony Jaa Both previously appeared together in Never Back Down: No surrender.
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  • When Xian was about to go to the Chinese embassy, She was stuck in traffic, then borrowed Payu's cellphone to call her female police guard. Strangely the police could immediately find out that Xian was the one who contacted her, even though Xian called with Payu's cellphone.
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    • Jaka: If you have a point to make, make it.
    • Devereaux: Oh, I will, when the time comes.
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Verified Review

Good action but bad acting lol still fun to watch !

Brian H
Verified Review

So bad that it's good.

Mary R


Apr 2, 2019

The film boasts a sizeable effects budget too for some nice explosions, blood squirts, and bullet ballet. Sit back, disconnect, and have fun. Even with the lack of an A-List star, Triple Threat finds a way to stand on its own.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
Mar 15, 2019

Like any obviously competent action director, Johnson establishes geography and spatial stakes with rigor, but then, like any incompetent action director—cough, Peter Berg, cough—he loses focus, the idea of the action overtaking its execution. It’s frustrating, because Johnson clearly understands what he’s doing.

Dom Sinacola
Paste Magazine