Beyond the Ring

Beyond the Ring

Martial arts champion Andre Lima's fighting days ended with his wife's death. The past nine years Andre has struggled to rebuild his world around his two children. When his daughter's health suddenly fails, his finances collapse.

Martial arts champion Andre Lima's fighting days ended with his wife's death. The past nine years Andre has struggled to rebuild his world around his two children. When his daughter's health suddenly fails, his finances collapse . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beyond the Ring torrent reviews

Jackie A (nl) wrote: This was an entertaining movie, and definitely worth watching. It had a good mix of humor and drama, and the cinematography was absolutely gorgeous. The location of the movie and the way they highlighted its natural beauty added something to the film, and fit along nicely with the monologues done by Joey (Johnny Sequoyah). Joey and Chad's (Will McCormack) friendship was probably the cutest -- and my favorite -- part of the movie. In general, all the characters in the movie were interesting and compelling, and they each had their own issues and story threads within the overall plot. it got a bit confusing at times, but it was still a very enjoyable film.

James K (ca) wrote: Insufferably boring and pointless

Peter L (au) wrote: A fantastically so-bad-it's-awesome homage-parody of everything you love (or love to hate) about '80s B-movies with some of the most ridiculous dialogue you'll ever hear and Clash of the Titans-level claymation skillz.

Robin D (au) wrote: A performer at a circus with great martial arts skills gets involved with an underground fight promoter who wishes to recruit him. Despite his initial refusal, he wishes to support his female friend (not really a girlfriend as such) but is too poor to do so and soon gets in too deep to back out. The martial arts sequences are great and there's a nice little twist near the end too. The character of Captain throws in the humour to balance out the action making this a great action film although sometimes the dialogue seems a bit off at times.

Adrienne L (mx) wrote: Uma Thurman was maddening playing a desperate 'white trash' character whose only ambition in life seems to be hunting for a relationship in sleazy bars. Juliette Lewis plasy her naive best frend and consummate punching bag while Gena Rowlands plays her lonely waitressing mother. Depressing movie but great performances by the three ladies.


Alistair L (es) wrote: It's got to be pure comedy ... when sheep go baaaa'd!

Jon A (ag) wrote: Classic case of an interesting premise that proves extremely hard to care about in practice.

Charlie G (nl) wrote: Thought this was well done. Adventurous and entertaining.

Samantha S (de) wrote: one of my fave movies shows linda blair in a reform school. also stars janit baldwin, nora heflin and tina andrews

Michael P (nl) wrote: Really fun movie to watch!

Bryan G (kr) wrote: After the success of Blacula (which I will review in the coming days), there were a couple other blaxploitation horror films that emerged inspired by classic monsters. While Blacula was a pretty good movie, the majority of the other black-themed monster films were obviously attempts to cash in on Blacula's success rather than attempts at good filmmaking. While William A. Levey's Blackenstein has a few memorable moments, it is a poorly constructed feature with very little redeeming qualities. The movie is about Dr. Stein (John Hart) and Dr. Winifred Walker (Ivory Stone) and their attempts to restore Vietnam veteran Eddie Turner's (Joe De Sue) limbs, which he lost in the war. Stein has created a formula that should do the trick. But after a jealous assistant grows bitter of Dr. Walker's love for Eddie, he tampers with the formula, resulting in Eddie transforming into a mindless monster with a love for brutally murdering people he comes across. I hate to say it, but Joe De Sue is a better actor when he was Blackenstein than when he was a regular human. Too bad his exploits as a monster aren't very interesting. He staggers around, slowly, and finds people (who are usually in some intimate situation) and spoils their fun. These deaths can get gory, but none of them are the least bit interesting or remotely fun to watch. Instead of trying to make an interesting character, it seemed like this film was more or less just a catchy title. Another problem with the film is its pacing issues. The movie flows very awkwardly, and at times it is kind of hard to follow. The finale of the film is probably the biggest letdown, since it seems to be all over the place instead of building up a good showdown with Blackenstein. The movie as a whole is very unfocused, and resorts mostly to relying on grisly deaths to make up for the film's lacking plot. But by the end of the film, that wasn't enough to win me over. I did like the laboratory scenes in the film, which apparently used set pieces from the James Whale Frankenstein film from 1931. And the film's score was actually pretty good, but at times it could be a little too heavy-handed for what was happening on screen. To an extent Blackenstein is worth a curious viewing, but the viewer really has to be in the mood for a terrible b-grade movie experience.

Steve R (es) wrote: Sequel to King Kong vs. Godzilla - this time the over-sized simian takes on Mechani-kong - a robot equivalent. Silly, but good fun.

Deadly V (fr) wrote: Atmospheric thriller set in breathtaking surroundings.

Yolo R (fr) wrote: Great story, CGI, and characters, but the mediocre acting form the leads and uninteresting death of Uncle Ben makes it hard for ardent fans of Marvel's Spider-man to stay engaged in this movie

Nick B (ru) wrote: This was actually pretty funny and kind of fun, even for a movie where they don't speak and proper words for 90 mins. Funny to see Ringo Starr in a movie even one as dumb as this. Ill never watch it again but it was fun for what it was.