Critic Review - 7M Pictures

a hodge-podge of inspirational sports movie cliches mashed with pseudo-intellectual bullpucky trying to rise above its stand as a blatant advertisement for mixed martial arts

September 16, 2011 Full Review Source: 7M Pictures | Comments (8)
7M Pictures

Comments

Zach Naes

Zach Naes

Get a real job. And quit filling your writing with unneccesary words.. You lost me halfway through your thesis.

Sep 17 - 09:04 AM

Colin Stebelski

Colin Stebelski

I fully agree with Zach.

Sep 19 - 03:05 PM

Stephano Ise

Stephano Ise

I also agree with Zach. this guy is a trout!

Sep 20 - 04:46 AM

Facebook User

Facebook User

So he doesn't like the movie and you guys are all over him? That's the shame about rottentomatoes, the majority of the visitors are nerdy, anti-social little twits who get butt hurt anytime someone doesn't like the same move they do. Get lost homos.

Sep 20 - 09:36 AM

Gus Camaraza

Gus Camaraza

Couldn't be more accurate

Sep 21 - 08:43 PM

Brian Tyree

Brian Tyree

Saying this movie is an advertisement for mixed martial arts is like saying Moneyball is an advertisement for baseball.

Sep 24 - 10:44 PM

Greg Leonard

Greg Leonard

Gotta disagree respectfully as a fighter, I do agree that its irritating how big a role Tapout plays in the film (i.e. always calling
submissions tapouts instead of submissions and such, as well as a fairly predictable plot), but ultimately it feels like your opinion of "pseudo-intellectual bullpucky" comes from someone who has never felt the kind of determination and passion that this brand of people live with daily. Also Brian T is pretty much right on, being a blatantly mixed martial arts themed film isn't grounds to call it an advertisement.

Sep 25 - 05:41 PM

Gregg Rappaport

Gregg Rappaport

You don't have to LOVE this movie, but giving it a rotten rating loses someone any credibility

Jan 16 - 10:11 AM

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