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A great UFC movie with a story line the whole family can enjoy.
Art of Submission is not only a great movie for UFC fans but contains many family relationships which the whole family can enjoy and relate too. The relationship between Johnny and his father unfolds, develops and grows through out the movie until the final scenes. An excellent performance by Mario Alonso (Johnny's mother). With the back drop of Las Vegas, under the superb directing of Ken Chamitoff and Adam Boster actors Ernie Reyes Junior, Sarah Downing, Ving Rhames and John Savage come together to make a heart warming story come to life. The struggle between failure and redemption through the venue of UFC is truly inspiring for parents and children of all ages. The excellent choreography of legendary martial arts Ernie Reyes makes for exciting fight scenes. A great film for the whole family. Thoroughly recommend.
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