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this was a decent fight movie. I think they got carried away with the make up on the main character after each fight thought. If she was as bruised after each fight she probably would have been dead, but still, I did enjoy this movie & may buy it some time. Jim
This movie was unexpectedly good for reasons that had nothing to do with the fight sequences!
The movie was a little disconnected at the beginning, but came together after about 10 minutes. When it finally *really* started you knew for certain.
As a 'Fight' movie the actual fight choreography was lame, but okay to watch. The camera work was done in such a way that it covered up the fact that the actors really weren't 'fighters'.
This movie shined in regards to the chemistry between the two main characters and their dialogue. I'm an avid fight movie person and I found myself looking forward to the next interaction between the characters of Kat and Dublin.
I wouldn't classify this movie as a 'Fight' Film. If anything I'd say it's more of a 'Buddy' flick with ass kickin mixed in for good measure!!
I got to see this movie before it was released since my son (Kurt Hanover) is in the movie. I thought the script was well written. The movie kept me interrested from the beginning to the end. There was no description of the movie at the time of this writing so here's one from another site:
While on the run from his enemies, Michael (Chad Ortis), a con artist who sets up underground boxing matches, meets Katherine (Rebecca Neuenswander), a fighter who can take on most any man. As Michael tries to cash in on Katherine's skills, his past starts to catch up with him. Kurt Hanover co-stars as Clark Richter (Michael's nemesis and ex-boss) in director Jonathan Dillon's feature-film debut, an exciting road movie filled with hard-hitting fight scenes.