Circle of Pain
Following a fighting accident, Dalton Hunt retired from the world of MMA at the top. Unable to outrun his guilt, he lost his family, his title, and his way. But when a crooked promoter lures him back into a fight against the current undefeated champ, Dalton must enlist the aid of an enigmatic trainer to turn him bck into a warrior so he can stand tall and do battle once again.
- Category:Drama, Action
- Stars:Tony Schiena, Dean Cain, Louis Herthum, Talise Zirilli, Bai Ling, Frank Mir, Heath Herring, Roger Huerta, Kevin 'Kimbo Slice' Ferguson, Yves Edwards, Brandon M. Blake, Jonathan Carbonaro, Darlen Escobar, Ron Hernandez, Jace Jeanes,
- Director:Daniel Zirilli,
- Writer:Bobby Mort (screenplay), Daniel Zirilli (story), Sean Patrick O'Reilly (story)
Retired MMA fighter Dalton Hunt is lured back into the ring by a shady promoter seeking a big ticket brawl. And in the world of fighting, Dalton strides to become the warrior he once was. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Circle of Pain torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Enjoyable but basically standard, Hong Kong-style drug-busting spectacle.
(ru) wrote: I loved the movie it was truly exceptional work.
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(fr) wrote: Known route, but didn't wear me off.
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(it) wrote: I didn't like this story. Too many dialogue, not atmosphere, not a good story at all and not deep. Better review the Sixth Sense.
(br) wrote: A fun film with Sean taking the lead in this breath taking cat burglar caper. The film twists and turns and leads to a good twisting ending. The music enhances the script well and gives feeling to the robberies. Some great skyscraper shots so if you suffer from vertigo this might not be for you. Nibbles: Liqueur Chocolates.
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(jp) wrote: The worst Herbie film to date. Continuity-wise, it is very unclear why Herbie is where he is, with a throwaway line to explain things that just makes it even more confusing. Someone obviously thought since Herbie is a children's film, that his driver should be a child. This makes no sense, and so we get a reprobate child thief lead, who through his own fault of being a nasty little criminal, ends up being chased by some bigger (boring) criminals. And since it is so clearly geared at children, why is there so much talk of sex? There's a nasty and drawn out scene which promotes animal cruelty, where Herbie takes up bull fighting for no reason, and the camera lingers on an extremely ill-looking bull, just to add an upsetting twist to a bad film. All the characters are terrible, devoid of personality, annoying or bland, and there are far too many of them. Herbie's owners spend no time with him throughout the film and form no relationship. Here's the list of characters: The reprobate kid who gets Herbie in trouble. The three dull thugs after him who are apparently psychic as they magically keep finding him. The wannabe pirate-rapist captain who gets mixed up in this for no reason and has nothing to do with the plot. The aging nymphomaniac who fancies the captain. Her bland frumpy scientist niece who embarks on a tedious cliched romance with the dim-witted wooden would-be driver of Herbie. His comedy sidekick, who gets nothing to do throughout the entire plot. Although of course, there is no plot. It is painful to sit through as progression is strung on by coincidence. This is boring, no matter what the soundtrack thinks. Bottom line: This is a Herbie film in which no one calls him Herbie. A better title would have been Herbie gets in with the wrong crowd.
(ag) wrote: This was looooooong. Great singing and dancing, but it just drags on forever. The story wasn't substantial enough to support the length. Highlights include Kelly's dance with Jerry of "Tom and Jerry" fame, and Kelly and Sinatra bouncing on the beds.
(br) wrote: A bit of a Clint Eastwood classic. A good prison break film.
(jp) wrote: Spud's narrative tries too hard to be fancy to the point of sometimes looking like a try-hard, but despite that and the corn factor, the movie is so relateable and well performed that it's worth a watch.
(br) wrote: I can't think of anything more courageous, than to make a silent movie in the 21st century. "The Artist" is an excellent period piece and a stroke of cinematic genius.