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Grudge Match
Genre: Comedy / Sport
Director(s): Peter Segal
Release Date: 25 December 2013
Movie rating: 6.4
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What is the movie Grudge Match about?
We all love seeing amazing Sylvester Stallone or marvelous Robert De Niro in movies, but seeing them in the same movie just has to be a promise of a great film. These two guys are aging boxing rivals who are still in the mood to fight, but this time in a slightly different way than just in a form of a boxing match. Henry "Razor" Sharp finds out that his boxing rival, Billy "The Kid" McDonnen has made his girlfriend pregnant and could not forgive it. He decides to retire without any explanation, before an important match, causing many people to lose their money. After many years he went broke and had to start fighting again. Sylvester Stallone gave the right looks to Henry "Razor" Sharp with his acting skills, and Billy "The Kid" McDonnen was perfectly played by Robert De Niro. The movie was directed by Peter Segal, and Tim Kelleher and Rodney Rothman were assigned with the screenplay. Well known Kim Basinger joined the crew as Sally Rose, the Razor's girlfriend who got pregnant with Billy's child. Sally Rose wanted a forgiveness for herself, but "Razor" had his struggles that made him have different opinion. A mix of personal conflicts, interest, money and business deals is what gives the main flavor to this comedy. So... will Sally Rose get her forgiveness and what happened with the child she had? That is where another interesting part of the story is waiting...
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Natalia Bruner @ 02-Aug-2014 13:47 Report a spam

This film is clearly designed as a comedy as opposed to a drama. A few jokes will put a smile on your face but there's not enough to warrant a "must see" recommendation.

Adela Spotts @ 02-Aug-2014 13:45 Report a spam

The true price of this Rocky/Raging Bull sendup is whatever fond memories one might have of those two boxing movie juggernauts, ruthlessly beatdown to eck out a few more moments of fame for its stars. There's plenty of game face as some hoary cliches are re-ironed. The film's real stars are the supporting players, including Alan Arkin ably stepping into the Burgess Meredith role. I enjoyed most Kim Basinger's contortions as she worked to smooth over the terribly written why-I-cheated-on-you-years-ago-with-your-best friend/worst enemy cliche = screen magic.

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