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Circle of Fury -- An Iraq War veteran goes to work at an inner-city gym owned by his lifelong best friend, and prepares for the fight of a lifetime after learning that the business is actually a front for a massive drug operation.


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14 September 2010 (USA) See more »
Back from Iraq, Johnny Brown discovers that a new war is taking place in the streets of New York. In... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Randy Spence ... Johnny
Adonis Williams ... Tariq

Natalie Grigoriadou ... Wanda (as Anatoli Grek)

Rob Alicea ... Jacob
Malik Shippy ... Will
Michael Iakovou ... Juan
Chris Drury ... Leonard

Khalil Maasi ... Owen

William Lex Ham ... Steve

Christina Rose ... Augustina

Lazzarus Powell ... Willie (as Lazzarus)
David Escobar ... Tom

Adrian Matilla ... Kyle
Robert Sherman ... Donnie
Laura Woyasz ... Daniella
Kristin Brown ... Raven

Kerri Taylor ... Sylvia
Sophia Polanco ... Lorna
Casey Grant ... Bud

Michael Price ... Barry
Brandon Wardell ... Phil
Sara Wardell ... Joan
Shawn Mahoney ... Thomas

Erica Trumpet ... Rhianna
Barbara Jean Scipio ... Patron
Todd Catalano ... Patron
Sean Morton ... Gambler
Heather Makely ... Patron
Laverne Soderstein ... Patron
Samuel A. Nieves ... Patron / Gambler
Tom Caldora ... Patron
Chris Makely ... Patron

Directed by
John Bacchus  (as Z. Winston Brown)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Bacchus  written by (as Z. Winston Brown)

Produced by
John Bacchus .... producer (as Z. Winston Brown)
Yael Meisler .... associate producer
Doug Schwab .... executive producer
Amy Steuer .... executive producer
Sharon Turlis .... associate producer
Pamela White .... associate producer (as Pam White)
Sound Department
Vinny Randozzo .... sound
Khalil Maasi .... actor/performed own stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Vinny Randazzo .... assistant camera
Location Management
Gino Caruso .... locations provided by
Selina Chin .... locations provided by
Randy Spence .... locations provided by
Other crew
Samuel A. Nieves .... production assistant
Gino Caruso .... special thanks
Sean Haley .... special thanks
Michael Raso .... special thanks
Spencer Snygg .... special thanks
Randy Spence .... special thanks
Adonis Williams .... special thanks

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91 min
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A review because there aren't any, 3 June 2013
Author: Killa42 from United States

So I was watching some random videos on youtube and ran across a fight scene between Christina Rose's character "Augustina" and the main character played by Randy Spence named "Johnny." Augustina kicks Johnny's butt and it's done in a comical way. If that fight was done well, I figured the rest of the film would have good fights and be funny too. Only, it wasn't like that.

The director or whoever even tries to fool the viewer into believing the movie was about something else by starting the movie with Augustina walking down the street and having to rush off somewhere unknown. Then after a fight having nothing to do with the characters that were just rushing off, the scene goes to Johnny who is having the worst portrayal of post traumatic stress disorder. By worst, I mean the way it was done. There's a guy screaming loudly off screen begging to not be left by the "coward" of a protagonist "Johnny."

Now Johnny is homeless and they make that clear in a very glib way showing him wash windows and beg for money. He runs into his old friend "T" played by Adonis Williams who gives him a job at his training gym / drug front and "T" or "Tariq" also tries to get Johnny into some underground fights and into more trouble.

Here is where the theme of Johnny being a coward repeats and the movie echos that throughout until he is forced to face his fears and not run in the end so to save a random girl thrown into the mix; (minor spoiler) and by the way there is a subplot with Johnny stealing a lot of money from her and it's never confronted in the movie...anyone else hate plot holes?

The only good acting in this movie was done by Rose, who had charisma and star quality. It should have been about her character. Instead she has one line at the beginning of the film and then a fight scene in the middle. I'd say the rest was a waste of time because the story was cliché and the plot dragged... but why beat a dead horse?

If you like movies that try to have decent fight scenes you could settle for this one. But don't expect anything else.

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