Kellstein gives viewers more or less the same show that the fans and gamblers get.
| Original Score: B-
The audience has been delighted to spend some time with a couple of remarkable young ladies.
| Original Score: 8/10
Todd Kellstein doesn't allow you to entirely indulge convenient (though understandable and perhaps irresistible) armchair outrage.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
It's difficult to say if Kellstein's approach to these difficult cultural dilemmas is meant to leave the audience to decide for themselves or if he can't figure it out either.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
A surprising and sad glimpse into an unusual and heretofore largely unknown subculture, but one that feels frustratingly aimless.
| Original Score: C
Stam, Pet and their families don't seem to think much about what they're doing. Neither does Buffalo Girls.
Tthe burning question of child safety and long-term physical effects of fists-and-feet Muay Thai boxing is all but absent.
Buffalo Girls hews close to the experience at hand, which sometimes feels a little too much like a normal leading-up-to-the-big-game Undefeated-style sports doc.
A story that, though sickly fascinating, is as crudely rendered as its images.