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Straight Right (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama | 2000 (USA)
Kalib is ready for one of the fights of his life, he's going up for boxings Lightweight Championship Title of the world, but when trouble erupts-his life takes an awkward turn. Kalib who ... See full summary »

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Brent Smith ... Caleb Johnson
Lynn Evans ... Pam Johnson
... Jason Walton
Bob White ... Merrick
... Diego (as Benny Hernandez)
Andy Daley ... Detective Humphries
Matt North ... Detective Saenz
... Ron
... Dr. Wright
... Ring Announcer
... Bob Keet
... Mrs. Parker
... Kevin Parker
... Mrs. Geddes
... Walter Geddes
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Kalib is ready for one of the fights of his life, he's going up for boxings Lightweight Championship Title of the world, but when trouble erupts-his life takes an awkward turn. Kalib who was a child from an abusive home, decides to dedicate his life to saving abused children. This decision changes his life, his wife's life, and the people around him. Written by Omar Mouallem <poppasmurf@buffbody.com>

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Caleb burns a picture of him and his father. The camera angle changes a number of times. From the front of the photograph we see that Caleb is holding the photo so that the right side burns up. When seen from the back, Caleb is holding the photo on an angle and the burning is diagonal. See more »

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This Movie Makes the Baby Jesus Cry
3 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

Someone PLEASE take away Brent Smith's typewriter. This tripe is the worst waste of celluloid since "Rollerball." I can NOT believe someone actually greenlit this. Smith must have some fabulous pitching skills (some kind of skills, anyway). The acting, pacing and DEAR GOD the music just grate. The accents are atrocious, and the constant use of the phrase, "Whatever it takes" is a pitiful attempt at a movie poster blurb. I'm embarrassed for Sundance that they would show this, and want that hour and a half of my life back!


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