The film centers on a fight promoter (Mark Feuerstein) deeply in debt to his crooked rival. Desperate for a new fighter that will help him win back everything he owes, the promoter catches a break when a 450-pound church handyman (Paul "Big Show" Wight) who has spent his entire life in an orphanage agrees to wrestle on behalf of his fellow orphans.

After con artist Eddie Sullivan (Feuerstein) incurs a large debt with a local criminal ringleader, he creates a get-rich-quick scheme and enlists a sweet gentle giant named Walter (Wight) ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Aleks H (br) wrote: hahahaha No puedo creerlo Taiga Aisaka, tu tambien la buscastes aqui

Vincent L (fr) wrote: An interesting idea but the end result is not very good.

Karsh D (it) wrote: Another Saw inspired movie, and yet another let down of a saw inspired movie.

Aaron B (us) wrote: I didn't expect much out of this one. The last few times I trusted something with Nick Nolte in it I was severly dissapointed. (Stay away from Breakfast Of Champions). I found this movie to be quite intriguing. The story meandered about but still it was something I could not look away from. No matter how confused I felt I had to watch it to the end to find out what was going on. The bleached out look, more famously done in Tom Cruises "Minority Reprt, does better here. Giving us a feeling were watching things through a fog. The movie wont be for everyone. If you like your entertainment simple and light. This may not be the movie for you. If you aren't afraid to invest yourself, check it out. It's worth it.

Haffi H (kr) wrote: Aronofsky best movie, an intriguing story about the mind and the line between genius and madness

Ennis Brokeback L (kr) wrote: Definitely not Andy Sidaris at his best but it has its moments. The snake and the rocket launcher are hilarious.

Meg G (fr) wrote: Giving some of the best directors their chance to act out their screen fantasies to beautiful arias? The resulting works are phenomenal - and frightening, in some cases, truly dark.

Scream Q (nl) wrote: An excellent 80's comedy at it's best in this sequel!

George B (gb) wrote: Despite a shit ending, its awesome.

Darrin C (jp) wrote: This movie mind-fucked me for days afterward. It's got decent acting (Denzel playing the personality he always plays) and a plot that becomes very intricate. Starts getting faster-paced half way through and stays exciting until it's over.

Stuart K (fr) wrote: "Sunset Song" - Scotland's PR replacement for Trump.Sunday morning at The Barbican Members' screening of the new Terence Davies offering "Sunset Song" - which may as well have been paid for by the Scottish Tourist Board since Nicola Sturgeon unceremoniously removed Donald Trump from his dubious role as a Scottish Business Ambassador.The trailer promises much and it has some of the most ravishingly beautiful cinematography of any film I've seen this year (Michael McDonough behind the lens), but at 135 minutes long, boy oh boy, was I pleased when the movie finally drew to a close.Adapted from the Lewis Grassic Gibbon's novel, it tells the story of a wholly dysfunctional Scottish farming family who reference the sophistication and other worldliness of Aberdeen (gives you an indication of the remoteness of their geography) at the turn of the 20th Century and the advent of the First World War.Agyness Deyn is Chris Guthrie, a teenage girl who like the rest of the family suffer under the god-fearing repression and brutality of their violent patriarch, played by the always-excellent Peter Mullan. She dreams of being a school teacher but circumstance conspire to change her plans.Too many weepy moments and not enough hardy Scottish spunk in my opinion, and the last hour truly becomes a self-indulgent dirge. Deyn's character has the dubious honour of playing both the lead and also poetic narrator of her own feelings, voicing-over passages directly lifted from the novel. I found this device somewhat incongruous at moments and jarringly narcissistic, which was not helped by Deyn's dull vocal resonance. The best and strongest moments are early on, and especially those involving her tyrannical father.Ultimately, the biggest scene stealer, is the stunning Scottish landscape itself, and the seasonal changes which McDonough has captured in breathtaking fashion with his camerawork. Lewis Grassic Gibbon himself, like many young men of that era, died early at the age of 33. In his case however, it wasn't as a result of war travails, but rather from peritonitis brought on by a perforated ulcer. He had escaped the highlands for the wild bright lights of Welwyn Garden City!