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While torturing myself with that awful movie for an entire 1:31:59 I couldn't stop asking what if the girls start making out every time when they put together on that pit for fight? On this nonsense movie somehow an organization captured troublesome ladies and forcing them to fight with each other claiming that their relatives are in danger. But no one actually noticing that the videos of their beloved ones are mostly on loop and they are actually not getting any real news from their "beloved ones"
Violence level of the fighting scenes are over-rated because same amount of violence is already on MMA Women out there in real life and its "legal" and everyone watch the same amount of violence on public TV on that so called "sport" So the "illegal activity" that is going on the story of that movie is utterly pointless. Because MMA Women is actually doing the same thing.
There's no acting or camera work or anything artistic in this movie. If you approach to the movie on these topics; there are better student movies with no budget.
I'd say skip it but who doesn't enjoy a good cat fight? If people don't like awfully violent fighting scenes there wouldn't be a MMA at first place.
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