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Game Over (2005)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 4 April 2006 (USA)
Street fighter Victor Knox (Andre McCoy), just freed from prison, needs money to be re-united with his wife and child. When invited to join an underground fight tournament promising easy ... See full summary »

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Victor Knox (as Chyna)
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The Ref
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Violet (as Latrice Harper)
Heidi Marie Wanser ...
Lyse (as Heidi Marie)
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Hanisek
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Trace (as Dabir Snell)
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Acton
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Stone
David Lawrence Simmons ...
Geoff
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Job Interviewer
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Tallor / Boxer #3 / Garage Fighter #3 / Anonymous Fighter in Alley #1
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Businessman
Kerry Wong ...
Fighter on Roof
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AKO
Brett Caruso ...
FSU
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Street fighter Victor Knox (Andre McCoy), just freed from prison, needs money to be re-united with his wife and child. When invited to join an underground fight tournament promising easy cash, he quickly signs up. Under constant surveillance by virtual spectators, the matches becomes increasingly violent; Vic soon finds himself held captive in a game of endless fighting. To free himself, he must confront the game's creator, known only as The Ref (Daz Crawford, UK Gladiators' "Diesel"). Written by Anonymous

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the only way out is to win
5 April 2006 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

This film was interesting about a guy just out of prison and trying to score a job. Nobody will hire the guy cause he is black and has criminal convictions until a friend gives him a choice he now has enrolled him self into a street fighting anywhere anytime competition and the only way out is to win. Each time there is a fight it's like a live feed on some website where people are watching him battle each fighter.Acting was pretty bad in the movie but some of the martial arts were nice it's more of an early 90s martial arts style film. I personally think this movie should have been made round the time of bloodsport and other classic martial arts movies because it has no style for what people like today.


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