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Money Fight (2012)

Art of Submission (original title)
PG-13 | | Action, Drama | September 2015 (USA)
This full-contact action drama, loaded with authentic mixed martial arts, is a transcending inspirational story of redemption.
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Cast

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Gene
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Maria Sanchez
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Krang
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Harbin Rask
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Johnny Sanchez
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Natania Sanchez
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Tony Lyndelli
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Matt
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Julia
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Newscaster
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Ring Announcer
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Pedro / Prison Guards (as Mariano Mendoza)
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Lung
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Natania's Friend (as Leslie Garza Rivera)
Ernie Reyes Sr. ...
Diego Sanchez
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Storyline

Inspired by actual events, Money Fight describes the plight of a young fighter who learns the hard way that the driving force behind a worthwhile victory is a valiant purpose. Written by Kenneth Chamitoff

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Heroes Fight with Weapons Forged in the Heart

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Action | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for violence, pervasive martial arts action, substance abuse, some sensuality and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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September 2015 (USA)  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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Money Fight was shot and completed using the RED One 4K Digital Cinema Camera, which captures motion pictures as digital images, as opposed to using film. Digital cinema cameras have introduced new creative possibilities for how motion is captured and edited. See more »

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Fantastic
17 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just a great "feel good" movie full of great MMA fight scenes. I'm so tired of the illegal underground fight movies that send out a negative message and giving MMA a bad rap. This movie has Rocky, and the Karate kid wrapped together providing the viewers with a pleasant experience. I enjoyed watching REAL MMA fighters like Frank Shamrock and Grey Maynard instead of actors act like fighters. Also good to see the training scenes filmed at the TAPOUT gym in Las Vegas. Ving Rhames, is classic as the gym owner and trainer and George Takei is alway fun to watch as he plays the villain running a corrupt made for TV fight show. John Savage was also a nice surprise as he plays the prison warden. Ernie Reyes is the movies hero who has to take on life's hurdles as he struggles with life, love and family. Great Job fellas, in my opinion this is a must see!


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