Below the Belt

Below the Belt

A boxer's manager pays a prostitute to make his boxer's nights hot, and endless. Not so strange, considering all the dirty deals the manager has with the local mafia. The strong champion has to contend with the sexy girl, before he gets to the ring with the title contender. But there are other interests at play, and more girls to play.

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Drew M (au) wrote: Congrats Joe Swanberg! You made me not be able to stand Anna Kendrick!That's a hard feat to do. But also congrats on this being one of your most well made films to date. I think 'Drinking Buddies' and 'Nights and Weekends' are much better films, but I definitely think he's in his zone with working with actors, the camera, and mood. The film itself didn't do much for me, but I respect the craftsmanship of it from what he's come from. Quite considerably better than he used to be.

Loyal D (es) wrote: Better than expected , friendships are more important than relationships.

Craig H (jp) wrote: Another one filed in the ever growing PISH pile

Rick M (mx) wrote: waste of time in pure form

Perfecto B (ag) wrote: If you enjoyed "Bridesmaids", you'll enjoy "Spring Breakdown"

Jennifer P (ag) wrote: [font=Book Antiqua][size=5][color=#000033][font='Book Antiqua']Hey All,[/font][/color][color=#000033][font='Book Antiqua'] [/font][/color][color=#000033][font='Book Antiqua'] Hello again! This is my second entry. I'll explain in the next entry why I'm having issues with Netflex. Right now I want to tell about "Cold & Dark". This movie was supposed to be a mystery slash horror flick but I wasn't scared or intrigued. I had to watch this movie a couple of times before I understood every thing that was happening. Maybe I'm slow or this movie just didn't explain a whole lot. My guess is that I'm possible slow. LOL! I thought that the actors did some what of a good job at bringing this film to life which included Luke Goss and Matt Lucas. Luke Goss did a good job but there were parts that were a little over the top. "Cold & Dark" is about these two vice cops Dark and Shade. They are investigating a human smuggling ring when murders start happening. Dark finds out that Shade is some kind of vampire. When Dark attempts to tell his superiors about his suspicion about Shade being is some kind of a vampire they look the other way. I would suggest this movie to people. It was pretty good film but I wouldn?t say that I loved it. There isn't any bonus features on the DVD. Please see what you think. [/font][/color][color=#000033][font='Book Antiqua']Fritz ;) [/font][/color][color=#000033][font='Book Antiqua'][/font][/color][/size][/font] [font=Book Antiqua][size=5][/size][/font]

Benedikt S (es) wrote: The move was actually going to be a 2 part episode, wich later translated into the movie that came out in the theaters. An I think it should have stayed there.However I have to say I really like to movie more than most of the episodes ofthe TV Show, even though Arnold is a bit to bland for my taste most of the time.A good movie? No, but if you don't see it as a big budged motion picture itsdefinitely on of the better nickelodeon cartoons out there. (Compared to the shit they bring out now, especially every fifth rerun of Spongebob Squarepants)

Jason B (es) wrote: We all know the legend of the tooth fairy, but for one small town the legend is all to real!!!!

AANIMaL R (ag) wrote: If this happened that would suck!

Doug Z (ag) wrote: Another Tom Selleck train wreck.. Why, Magnum? Why?? I'm trying hard to recall the GOOD Selleck movies.. "Three Men and a Baby".. That was pretty good.. After that........... I got nothin'..

Jaime L (ru) wrote: Does what sequels have a tendency to do unfortunately, goes bigger and louder and thinks that makes a better film. If done right possibly but this was not done right at all. I suppose if you want something in the background that you can pretty much ignore it will be fine but my brain simply couldn't tolerate unending action sequences that simply got boring after awhile. Explosions and gunfire simply isn't enough. First Blood Part II was where this franchise should have stopped.

Chris C (gb) wrote: Arguably the best horror sequel in the history of horror sequels. This picks up right where the original left off without missing a beat. The entire storyline takes place during the same Halloween evening, with killer Michael Myers continuing on with his murderous rampage. Even though this was made three years after the original, the actors and actresses from the first, who reprise their roles here, look exactly the same. One possible exception being Jamie Lee Curtis, who had cut her hair short in the interim between the two films and had to wear a wig to match her hairstyle from the original. The robot-like Myers gets creative with his methods of murder, from stabbing, and throat slicing, to exsanguination and deep-frying in a hydrotherapy tub (which should earn Pamela Susan Shoop the "best breasts' award for the entire Halloween franchise). Of course, they also had to get "creative" with Halloween III and take some liberties with subsequent entries into this franchise, but those are for other reviews. If you're looking for the definitive horror films to watch on Halloween night, watch this one back-to-back with the original and you can't go wrong. (My review is also at Amazon)

Thomas K (it) wrote: It's not really very good but there are those three exceptional sequences and they make this a definite must see.

Becca A (mx) wrote: She loved mysteries so much, that she became one.

Michael B (ca) wrote: Consume. Buy. Obey. Do not question authority. No independent thought. Marry and reproduce.

Prattay S (kr) wrote: best viking movie so far

Ryan M (kr) wrote: It's got to do better than medellin.... (the movie made in the entourage show)just kidding Del Toro is the man!