A hitchhiker named Martel Gordone gets in a fight with two bikers over a prostitute, and one of the bikers is killed. Gordone is arrested and sent to prison, where he joins the prison's boxing team in an effort to secure an early parole and to establish his dominance over the prison's toughest gang.
- Stars:Wilbur 'Hi-Fi' White, Leon Isaac Kennedy, Thommy Pollard, Hazel Spears, Donovan Womack, Floyd 'Wildcat' Chatman, Gloria Delaney, Badja Djola, Chuck Mitchell, Cepheus Jaxon, Dwaine Fobbs, Ernest Wilson, Will Richardson, Elijah Mitchell, Tony Andrea,
- Director:Jamaa Fanaka,
- Writer:Jamaa Fanaka
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(de) wrote: Despite the title there's not much actual fighting in this movie which would be fine if there was anything substantial enough outside of the fight scenes to make up for it. There wasn't. The fight scenes were impressive though, but what bothered me was that Tatum went from getting his ass kicked to beating a quality fighter with nothing more than a couple of scenes with him airboxing and doing pushups inbetween. Overall not a terrible movie, but could have been much better if it either had better writing, or had made it's fight scenes more of the focus rather than it's lackluster story.
(nl) wrote: A little slow, but a refreshing and simplicistic portrait of three generations struggling to live, love, and learn from one another.
(gb) wrote: Jamie Bell!!! I wanna see it!!!!! argh!!
(es) wrote: That was a movie? It was trashy and cheap. Kristen Stewart looked and played the role of a drug attic. It's not like we haven't seen her do that before.
(us) wrote: great fucking ride! music, cinematography, story, human life, all top topnotch.
(gb) wrote: Another 103 minutes of my life that was dedicated to Disney fluff...
(au) wrote: The background scenery was beautiful, but Rupert Everett and Colin Firth were too old to be playing boys of 16-18. The film gave me no sense of why Guy B had gone on to spy against his country, it seemed that the film had a very large axe to grind, which it did without any subtlety. Very disappointing.
(it) wrote: A must-see for B-movie fans! (even though quite amusing at times)