Fighting Fools

Fighting Fools

The boys are working at the local boxing arena where their friend, Jimmy Higgins, is boxing. During a crooked match Jimmy is killed. The boys seek out his older brother, Johnny, a former boxer who gave up the sport rather than go crooked, and help train him to get back in the ring. They try to get him a shot at the title, and when they do the same crooked gangsters that were behind Jimmy's death try to get Johnny to take a dive.

The gang teams up with a fighter to break up a fight-fixing racket. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fighting Fools torrent reviews

Jenny K (br) wrote: reminded me of Dil Chahta Hai. Ranbir redeemed himself with this movie after Saawariya and Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani. (Still prefer Imran Khan though) He really played the spoiled rich kid well and i like the chemistry between him and Konkona.

Victoria L (it) wrote: brilliant, brilliant. AMAZING PERFORMANCES!

Jenna M (au) wrote: SMART FUNNY ONE OF A KIND

Adam R (it) wrote: I can confirm that the movie with male cows with udders is really as bad as people say it is. This has to be one of the worst animated movies I've ever seen. (First and only viewing - 6/25/2013)

Lisa Michelle A (us) wrote: It was ok, made you think throughout, but not overly great, but a decent watch.

Noname (us) wrote: Actually a quite good comedy with Steve Martin and Eugene Levy and more.. Steve have made a few terrible unfunny ones but he manage well in this one. Story was okey aswell and worth seeing overall.

Mark M (kr) wrote: [font=Times New Roman][color=yellow][b][size=2]Newton Thomas Sigel -- acclaimed cinematographer of classics like [i]Usual Suspects [/i]and [i]Apt Pupil ? [/i]takes a stab at directing with this made-for-TV drama about arson investigators searching for the arsonist responsible for the most damage in Southern California?s history. His attempt is successful. With his use of nearly every camera trick in the book and awkward angles, he adds more suspense to this well written film [font=Times New Roman][size=2]which[/size] [size=2]takes an interesting plot twist that makes me question its use of the term ?based on a true story.? Ray Liotta and John Leguazamo contribute great performances that help make this a great film.[/size][/font][/size][/b][/color][/font] [font=Times New Roman][font=Times New Roman][size=2][color=yellow][b]***[/b][/color][/size][/font][/font]

Harold S (mx) wrote: Cast is awesome superior to desperado.

Vee P (br) wrote: I loved it! The actors were not small enough or squeaky enough to make realistic jockeys. But a very good movie!

Justin B (nl) wrote: Pulpy but masochistic. More disturbing than fun.

john R (us) wrote: i seen this film I just like the color of the film I like micky rourke as a young actor I like the story I haven't read the book yet I am planning on to but this movie is amazing francis ford is a amazing director

Allan C (nl) wrote: Not at brilliant film, but an AWESOME film and one of my favorites! Robert Mitchum plays a moonshine runner (think young Boss Hogg and Uncle Jesse) caught in the middle of moonshine war with the mob and some hard-nosed feds. Mitchum's son, Jim Mitchum, plays his brother and is a dead ringer for his real-life father. This is easily THE definitive moonshine picture and a must see for fans of this type of picture.

David G (mx) wrote: Okay thriller from the '70s. It starts out kind of interesting but for a 90 minute movie it really drags. The two main girls do good, but the script could have used a little work. Overall I can't say it impressed me too much because some of the plot points it uses have been done to death. That's not really the movies fault considering it was made before a lot of those plot points were cliches.

Thomas H (au) wrote: Ridiculous plot, but hilarious