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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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Maria Sanchez
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Gene
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Harbin Rask
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Krang
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Johnny Sanchez
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Matt
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Natania Sanchez
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Tony Lyndelli
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Ring Announcer
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Newscaster
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Julia
Ernie Reyes Sr. ...
Diego Sanchez
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Garage Thug Leader
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Young General Krang
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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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Budget:

$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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An Honest Review
23 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I guess you have to be into MMA to like this and then, well, you sort of have to ONLY care about MMA.

I'll give it props for how it was funded. It is clear that it is a labor of love for those involved in the sport, which is why I gave it a try.

I mean, I love baseball movies and most of those are love letters to the sport. But those tend to be love letters written by actual writers.

This is more a love letter written by someone that loves the sport, but hates writing and knows nothing about crafting a story.

Like MMA, writing is a hard thing to do, making an enjoyable story is even harder.

Credit to the attempt, but cool fight scenes without a story behind it is kinda really boring.


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