Rigged (Fight Night) (2008)
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as P.K. Jimmy
as Ryan Carrick
as 'Big Ben' McDaniel
as Hank the Barkeep
as Lisa Wong
as T-Bone Barber
Critic Reviews for Rigged (Fight Night)
'Fight Night' (AKA Rigged) is no classic but it works the fight movie formula well enough to make it a winner.
A wildly improbable but often diverting effort that mixes ring action with a relationship movie.
Audience Reviews for Rigged (Fight Night)
A good movie if you don't value your time. It's not that bad but it is one of those average flicks that you'd probably catch on TV in the afternoons. It was nice though for a change to see girls kick but and be the hero.
I could tell though when watching the movie that the main star was debuting just by the way she performed, I mean it's not bad but it was obvious. Well, I hope it's her debut because that would be shocking if it wasn't.
A very ordinary flick that I watched because the cover looked cool. I really need to stop doing that, it's such a bad habit.
Wow! All you twats out there, Rebecca is in town. Watch out... And learn to pronounce her name: it's Rebecca Neuenswander, and she kicks ass. Literally! This amateurish film is a perfect dyke vehicle. Forget the Million Dollar Baby. There is no ring here, no gloves, just the street, a couple of hard fists tied up with tape and a lot of blood. Unfortunately there isn't a director, too. Not of the caliber of Eastwood, of course. Considering that this is Dillon's first film, the outcome is impressive, though. The script itself is not so bad, it's actually quite smart- but the photography is uneven. Good at times, and very bad when you don't expect it to be. Chad Ortis delivers just fine. I wish the ending was different too- and not happy-go-straight, so that I could rate this with a 5.
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