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predictable boxing film with a latino female twist
Fifteen years after the death of her mother, Belle (Hernandez) sets out to continue the dream her father began and never finished: to become a champion boxer. Warned as a child by her dying mother not to give up her passions for her loved ones, Belle dukes it out in the tough, male-dominated world of professional boxing, where it seems no one wants her to win.
With the exception of the female boxing twist, this film is no different than any other stereotypical boxing movie I've ever seen. The dialogue is weak, and the story development uses tensions that have been used in all 5 of the Rocky series. Not to mention, the themes are way overstated.
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