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Fight to the Finish (2016)

PG-13 | | Action, Romance, Sport | 2 February 2016 (USA)
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A young amateur fighter makes an enemy with a hardened thug when he gets in-between his next-door neighbor and her abusive ex- boyfriend. As his personal life becomes threatened, he ... See full summary »

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Glinda McGill
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Jake McGill
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Melissa Gaines (as Tamara Camille)
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Silas
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A young amateur fighter makes an enemy with a hardened thug when he gets in-between his next-door neighbor and her abusive ex- boyfriend. As his personal life becomes threatened, he realizes he must finish the fight that he started, but this time they'll settle it in the ring for the championship.

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Action | Romance | Sport

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Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence, brief language and thematic elements
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$3,150,000 (estimated)
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Thin plot
13 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

This film tells the story of the son of a boxing champion, who enters his father's footsteps despite objections from his mother. He gets into a fight with a neighbour's boyfriend, and he has to fight this guy to the finish.

Even for a boxing film, the plot is quite thin. There are really only three fights in the film between Sean and Gage, so the 90 minutes of screen time is filled with marginally related scenes such as extended portrayals of unknown characters practising in the gym, boxing and fighting. The fights are at times rather unbelievable, such as party guests filming the fight in the kitchen. No one tries to stop the fight, and the film footages are not mentioned again. There really could have been more elaboration on many aspects of the plot.


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