Brandon, a respected street fighter, is forced to flee the city after his brother is murdered and the money that was supposed to be paid back to a local gangster is stolen. While lying low at his father's house in a small Southern town, Brandon soon gets involved in the local underground cage-fighting circuit. With the help of Drake Colby, a former MMA champion, Brandon devises a scheme to bring a massive payday, if they are able to survive.Written by
I'd rather have a root canal than watch this movie again.
The only reason I saw this movie is because my sister-in-law was an extra and she had a ton of fun while filming. She said that twelve hours of work for three seconds of screen time is not worth sitting and watching this piece of wasted film. If you want to brave this movie, you're going to need a case or two of beer or some really hard liquor. I had more fun trying to figure out what parts of Austin, TX they filmed in. My sister-in-law said she had a ton of fun on a very cold November night (yes, the wet T-shirt girls near the beginning of the film endured freezing temperatures!!!) and we caught a glimpse of her in the film and in the special features--that was worth the time and the three cases of beer. The script was awful, my dead-grandmother could have written better dialogue. I had more fun watching Borat, and I really hated that movie too (and I was wasted during Borat as well). Cheers mates!
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