Life on the wild side sometimes has its own way in regulating or instigating consciousness awakening on its most devoted disciple. Bobby Delgado, undefeated MMA World Champion (of an ...
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Life on the wild side sometimes has its own way in regulating or instigating consciousness awakening on its most devoted disciple. Bobby Delgado, undefeated MMA World Champion (of an elusive and clandestine underworld tournament of Mixed Martial Arts) is incarcerated for eight years after accidentally killing his opponent. During this period of purgatory, Bobby experiences a paranormal 'life changing' event that will dictate his future path to redemption. Infuriated by the financial loss and the death of his master fighter, Jarvis Sweet swears vengeance on Delgado and finds himself a new hitter in the form of Wade Bull, a vicious ex underworld enforcer with killing skills few men can match. Sweet and Mafia boss kingpin Sal Civelo, formulate a ruthless and provocative campaign aimed at putting Delgado back into the pit. As pressure builds and danger closes in, Bobby has to concoct a subtle mind game to confront his nemesis in an environment that he can control. What follows is a brutal... Written by
James Richards and Avelino Lescot
During the nine months period of the making of the film, Avelino 'El Rico' Lescot kept is body weight under control by ingesting a special diet from the island of Tahiti mainly composed from 'Poison Cru' (raw fish), taro and rice. Coming straight from El pistolero del diablo (2007) where he was 112 kilos he actually lost 18 kilos for the part of 'Bobby Delgado' on Among Dead Men. He also went back to train is flexibility and strength doing extreme stretching, yoga and weight lifting beside is daily 3 hours marathon session of Outrigger Canoe in Open sea. See more »
At first I was excited to see this! As the first fight popped up, I was pumped. Then I watched it and it was truly a fail. I kept on watching and realize how the acting felt like a YouTube video... The camera moves more than it should, it closes up so much. It gets you dizzy and makes you take medicine. The fighting scenes were a big disappointment, even children of Asia could do better. It is truly the worst fighter movies I have seen. Hate all you want, but on the range of movies I watched. None can get worse than this. Even martial art videos chereograped on YouTube are way more entertaining than this. Fights on this are so slow and truly a laugh. I am big fan of fights and this one made me lose that pride. Also, the ladies on this movie have butter faces and they can't even make me happy because their acting is literally worser than a middle schoolers drama class. This is truly your fail movie.
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