Confessions of a Pit Fighter
"From the day I was born I had to fight to survive. I fought everyone and everything that came in front of me. On the streets, confessions are made in Blood. They say that when you confess your sins, only then can you be redeemed. This is my redemption. This is my confession." (Eddie Castillo 2005)
- Stars:Armand Assante, James Russo, Flavor Flav, John Savage, Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson, Gizelle D'Cole, Ricardo Medina Jr., Hector Echavarria, Robert Miano, Yvonne Arias, Aldo Gonzalez, Richard Herd, Elya Baskin, Manuel Sanchez, Rigan Machado,
- Director:Art Camacho,
- Writer:Art Camacho, R. Ellis Frazier
Confessions of a Pit fighter is a character driven action film about regret, consequences and the triumph of the human spirit. Eddie Castillo is a quiet man. He has survived seven years of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Confessions of a Pit Fighter torrent reviews
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(jp) wrote: It's formulaic but nevertheless Samuel L. Jackson leads an inspiring film.
(au) wrote: In pi o meno un ora e mezza il film riesce a costruire una trama intrigante piena di colpi di scena e ricca di personaggi interessanti. Nonostante questo, presenta molti problemi che vanno dal filo logico della trama fino ad un finale un po' troppo forzato. Resta comunque un thriller discreto che merita sicuramente di essere visto almeno una volta.
(mx) wrote: Quirky, funny, and ultimately, sweeping.
(ru) wrote: In my eyes, all three films are known for their fantastical practical effects. Sadly, with this third and final instalment in this trilogy, "Poltergeist III" offers nothing more than that. When the rest of the cast aside from Heather O"Rourke decide to bail on the film, you know the script was bad, and it really is. When the dialogue begins to run thin, the film turns into the characters shouting "Carol-Anne" in every sentence, to the point of tearing your hair out. This was such a lazy script, even in comparison to the first sequel. Heather O'Rourke tries her best once again, and the practical effects stand-out, but I could not seem to find another positive in this one-location film. With new one-dimensional characters and laughable side characters, this is the most ridiculous chapter in these films yet. By the end, I really did not care what the outcome was, I had checked out about halfway through. It was only 97-minutes which was nice, but it sucks when that is a positive from a film. Lazy all around, it sucks that this is the film that concluded it all.
(jp) wrote: Extremely tame American Football movie from the mid-30s, notable only for it being Judy Garland's film debut. Tenth on the bill, she appears halfway through as a teenage hick sellin' melons y'all, but hey - turns out she can sing! Not bad pipes for a fourteen year old.
(au) wrote: An above-average Western from that very under-rated director Andre de Toth, and that somewhat over-rated screenwriter Philip Yordan. A lot of the writing is cheesy, but the black-and-white Wyoming vistas are gorgeous, and the moral conundrums of the characters are riveting. Robert Ryan gets to do what he does best -- play a conflicted, corrupt kind of guy with a heart of toffee. His final redemption in the snowy mountains makes for one of the best endings I've ever seen in a Western -- it's almost an anti-action sequence that plays like Shakespearean tragedy. And the movie also reminded me that Burl Ives was a brilliant actor -- it's easy to forget, given his late career. All in all, despite its flaws, this one deserves to be called a classic Western.
(de) wrote: In a nutshell this movie was one of the stupidest movies ever that I regret seeing 100%