Forced To Fight

Forced To Fight

Once a legend in the brutal world of illicit underground fighting, Shane Slavin (Daniels) decides to turn his life around, promising his wife and young son he's fought his last battle. But when his younger brother betrays a ruthless crime boss (Weller), Shane is forced back into the arena to pay his brother's debts and to protect his family.

Once a legend in the brutal world of illicit underground fighting, Shane Slavin (Daniels) tells his family he won't return the ring. However, he must break his words to save his younger brother from a vicious crime boss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Forced To Fight torrent reviews

Jason E (jp) wrote: a poetic, slow burner revealing love found, love lost, relationships formed, relationships ended and relationships that could have been. It's well made and well paced and avoids the usual cliches. A good choice for London Film Festival 2009.

Jiana W (gb) wrote: The acting is very, very good from the entire cast. Guy Pearce is amazingly aloof and snobbish as pop artist Andy Warhol. Hayden Christensen is a thinly-veiled Bob Dylan-esque character named Billy Quinn. The names the characters in the movie give him-- "prophet", "voice of a generation"-- are dead giveaways for who he's supposed to be. It's ultimately a tragedy. Edie essentially falls in with the wrong crowd, is seduced by the idea of fame, and it does her in. I was never impressed with Andy Warhol's art work. Now I think he was just a complete a-hole who should've been punched in the trachea more than once throughout his career.

IslandDreamer (fr) wrote: Another movie I love and can't explain why. Cinematography is amazing and Kiefer is badass!

Sarah P (us) wrote: Yeah, it's a dumb movie, however you can't help but laugh. It's Chris Farley for cryin' out loud!!

Diego T (au) wrote: It's disappointing that for a movie with so many possibilities for a heartfelt and inspiring, albeit "for kids," story, 'Balto' frequently misfires and becomes pretty devoid of emotional payoff. The jokes are awkward and way overplayed, and the characters are basic, paper-thin and without chemistry. Instead of giving time to develop the plot, time is wasted superimposing the "anti-prejudice, underdog suddenly becomes a big hero" theme onto scenes that already make it pretty clear what this movie is going to be about. The animation is also sketchily inconsistent for some characters. With the exception of the black bear, who I'm convinced is one of the most well animated characters in traditional film, in terms of both presence and style. One of the upsides I can see in this movie is pausing a few times to study do's and don'ts of character design. The only other upside I've found (and this is a long shot) are the fan fiction stories surrounding 'Balto' and its characters, many which I've found have dove into the themes and developments that the film overlooked. I'm interested in Balto as an expansive character; I really feel this movie was a missed opportunity that it only carried his namesake but not the prominence of his legend. I wish I could like this movie more, but I just can't. If you're especially interested in traditionally animated talking animal movies, then maybe you'll like it, but even the talking lacks purpose that it makes you question whether or not it was necessary to make them say anything in the first place.

stu c (us) wrote: Exceptionally funny with a well crafted plot. Michael Caine is wonderful.

Marilee A (us) wrote: One of the Freakiest Love Scenes EVER!!!! The Story behind Tarzan is Great

Helen H (kr) wrote: I don't recall this one, but I wouldn't mind watching it just for the sake of Bruce Lee.

Kurt B (ru) wrote: Everything about this film has aged terribly.

Tyrail C (es) wrote: very funny movie . its a movie for everyone, kids, adults , and even big kids too! lol very good movie plan on buying!