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JOSEPH REX is a common businessman who lives life quietly, risk free and overly out of shape. When a rival business associate dares him to enter an amateur boxing contest, JOSEPH REX decides to change his life. With a help of a few friends, FRANK, a heartbroken writer, and JAKE, a trainer who knows zero about boxing, the quest to change a man once and for all begins. Getting in shape has never been this ludicrous and heartwarming. This hilarious situational comedy leaves you hanging on the ropes with sweaty excitement, sexy adventures, and life lessons to tell your grandkids about. Written by
One More Round, LLC
I enjoyed the realism of the characters in this film. I laughed pretty hard at some of the punchlines. pretty cleverly done. I loved "Blue" from Old School and the unknown leads pulled off a nice job. A very interesting ending. when my friend told me that this guy lost thirty pounds in the film it struck my curiosity. The movie touched on many social issues with a comical perspective. Udo Kier was pretty funny too as a drunken boxing announcer. I felt pretty good after the film. I think these guys will do OK with this. even though the weight loss was not emphasized in the film, but it was interesting to see the before and after and the difference. amazing! overall, i would recommend this film to those who are looking for a real, feel good type of film!
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