Ready To Rumble

Ready To Rumble

Two slacker wrestling fans are devastated by the ousting of their favorite character by an unscrupulous promoter.

The amateur arena cannot withstand the wrath of a scorned group of professional wrestling fans. Trash talk and revenge have no limits when rabid fans set out to redeem a wronged Jimmy King and to punish the perpetrator Diamond Dallas Page. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ready To Rumble torrent reviews

Ravan Florentin P (mx) wrote: the idea is ok, acting decent (although Bob sucks) image was ok, but the script and direction .. they dont seem to have too high of an IQ

Festus Q (ag) wrote: Anuvahood is the best funniest movie ever made

Steve H (gb) wrote: From the Director of 'The Road Home' - And filmed the same year. I was probably expecting too much. This is a Good film....but 'The Road Home' is a Great film.

Nathan F (au) wrote: Part of Michael Haneke's 'glaciation trilogy,' 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance is a painstakingly constructed film that moves at glacial pace. Showing brief interludes of seemingly unconnected lives, the film can prove irritating early on--many will find it slow and pointless. But by sticking with it, Haneke's study proves more about disconnectedness than interconnectedness--the stunning climax is a portrayal of the capriciousness of chance; the film alternates between periods of interminable slowness (from a man watching a TV to a man slowly bleeding out) and the abrupt, constellatory images that wind between them. A rewarding film that, by its close, suggests a world and life that is precious, voluminous and endangered; a film to start discussions.

Martha S (nl) wrote: I thought it was a neat movie to watch and had a good message. I liked all of the actors and even though there may be some stereotypes it still a decent for its time.

Jesse F (nl) wrote: The only thing this movie has going for it is that it has Sam Elliott in it.

JohnnyLee T (fr) wrote: Started out with a nice premise, a gentile in love with Jewish culture. But it goes off the rails and over the top, losing me along the way. Pity really.My DVD was titled Finding Ms Right.

Robert B (ru) wrote: A classic, gritty portrayal of combat and its effects and cost. Noteworthy for its three-dimensional depiction of the relationships between the men in the platoon.