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Shadow Glories (2001)

R | | 28 September 2001 (USA)
A middle-aged, down-and-out kickboxer, once contender for the heavyweight title, struggles to rebuild his shattered life as he makes his way back home to his lost love and his one last ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Simon Penn
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CJ Keyes
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Eddie 'Killer' Kuzinski
Jason Moscartolo ...
Matty Shea
Linda Amendola ...
Jenny Penn
Vinny De Vingo ...
Lou, Kuzinski's Manager
Alex Martinez Wallace ...
Benny
Ed Peed ...
Detective Fraeter
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Dr. Susan Willem
Dan Marois ...
Dr. Dan
Josh Norton ...
Tall Boy
Edwin W. Thurston ...
Joe
Norman Bunin ...
Mir
Steve Bortagis ...
Fat Greg
Bert Brown ...
Ring Announcer (CJ / Kuzinski)
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A middle-aged, down-and-out kickboxer, once contender for the heavyweight title, struggles to rebuild his shattered life as he makes his way back home to his lost love and his one last chance at redeeming his tortured soul. Written by MBSandler

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Rated R for strong brutal violence and language
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Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$15,040 (USA) (28 September 2001)

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$22,915 (USA) (5 October 2001)
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1.85 : 1
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The executives sent out an open call for some 3,000 extras for scenes to be filmed in Maine. Only about 1,200 showed up, so the same faces can be seen in multiple places during the same scenes. See more »

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Action with brains.
11 August 2004 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

A very interesting look at kick boxing world. The film follows a broken hearted old boxer journey to reunite with his true love that he once sacrificed foolishly. On his road he encounters and befriends a female kick-boxer with high ambitions to become the world champion. Again, he follows the wrong path when he accepts her invitation to become her trainer.

A very well made film. Some the images are first class. The fighting scenes are brilliant. The one thing I would have revised were some long scenes that seemed to go on a little longer than necessary but otherwise this is a very mature film don with passion and intelligence.


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