During the 80s there was an abundance of b-grade martial arts & fighter movies and amongst them was one called 'Cage'. It stars Lou Ferringo (The Hulk) as a brain damaged Vietnam vet who has the mentality of a child. When the underworld abruptly enters his life he is kidnapped and forced into underground cage fights. When I was 10 years old I was hooked on this movie. I had a copy taped off the tv on VHS and I can remember watching it over and over and fast forwarding through the commercials. Even at that age I remember the opening Vietnam & rehab sequences being tacky... well, over 20 years later having just watched it again, those sequences were (are) most definitely tacky. But everything that follows is actually as good as I remember it.... perhaps I am being nostalgic but I once again found myself completely engrossed in this movie. Lou Ferringo gives a sympathetic and genuine performance and the tone of the movie has that Bloodsport type of feel to it. I was chuffed to see Danny Trejo playing a young henchman and there are other familiar faces from the 80s such as James Shigeta and Al Leong which made this movie a really cool flashback for me. I felt like I was 10 all over and now I can't wait to watch part 2 again.