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Rigged (2008)

R | | Action, Adventure, Crime | 2008 (USA)
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In the seedy underground of illegal prizefighting, a corrupt boxing promoter is embroiled in a dangerous fight-fixing scheme with his female prizefighter.

Director:

Jonathan M. Dillon (as Jonathan Dillon)

Writer:

Ian Shorr
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Chad Ortis ... Michael Dublin
Rebecca Neuenswander Rebecca Neuenswander ... Katherine Parker
Will Fowler Will Fowler ... Ryan Carrick
Matt Schroll Matt Schroll ... 'Big Ben' McDaniel
Ari Bavel ... Hank the Barkeep
Alicia Cabrera Alicia Cabrera ... Lisa Wong (as Alicia Cabrara)
Shane Lowry Shane Lowry ... T-Bone Barber (as Shane Lowery)
Jonathan Laurans Jonathan Laurans ... Prasith Phengvong
Lahcen Anajjar ... Street Race MC (as Lahsen Anajjar)
Kurt Hanover Kurt Hanover ... Clark Richter
Adrian Barthalomew Adrian Barthalomew ... P.K. Jimmy (as Adrian Bartholomew)
Sam Brown Sam Brown ... Prison Guard
Jorge M. Roman Jorge M. Roman ... Carlos Mendoza (as Jorge Roman)
Elizabeth Ahrens Elizabeth Ahrens ... Nina (Girl with Kat)
Larry Peterson ... Speedy Lenny
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Michael Dublin is a full-time con man working the underground boxing circuit. A lonely drifter on the run from a past best forgotten, he moves from one scam to another, leaving a trail of enemies in his wake. Dublin invents his best scam yet when he meets Katherine Paker, a female fighter with the skills to take down a man twice her size. In a scheme Dublin calls "fight-rigging, in reverse", the two hit the road working fights in seedy basement bars, abandoned warehouses, and backwoods county fairs. But Dublin's shady past catches up with them and suddenly the stakes are higher - and more dangerous - than they'd ever imagined. Written by anonymous

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Counted down but never counted out. See more »


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Rated R for violence, language including sexual references and brief nudity | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Fight Night See more »

Filming Locations:

Kansas City, Kansas, USA See more »

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Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Outpost Pictures See more »
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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During the police raid scene, Rebecca Neuenswander accidentally injured an extra when she jumped out of the ring and kicked her in the back. See more »

Quotes

Katherine Parker: [Dublin tries to hotwire a car] "Hey Dub. They can make a movie of you, called gone in 60 minutes"
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An great emotionally triggering story.
14 December 2010 | by henrytarheelSee all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to stumble upon Fight Night or "Rigged" as I was going through the movie channels reading different summaries of all the movies coming on that night. I'm interested in drama and crime movies and this was perfect. A great story of two lost souls that find each other and team together and as the movie goes on, you find the true in depth characters they both are. Chad Ortis plays the role of an underground hustler who tries to run illegal sporting events where he always tries to fix the outcome. Rebecca Neuenswander is one of plays one of the best roles I have seen played in a few years. She is an incredible fighter who goes around and easily defeats all of her opponents in this underground fight circuit. Ortis is obviously pleased with the outcome due to her being a huge underdog in every fight. One great aspect of the movie is the mood Director Jonathan Dillon adds. It is quite a dark mood with great "Friday Night Lights" type music playing throughout the movie which contributes to the viewers emotional attachment to the the movie especially, but also the Ortis and Neunswander. Another great aspect of this movie was it seems as the movies comes to close to a close that it is a predictable ending. That is not at all the case in this film. The ending is without a doubt fabulous. If you are looking for a great movie with an incredible story of greed, love, and dreams, I highly suggest watching this film.


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