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Fight Valley (2016)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 22 July 2016 (USA)
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A young woman is found dead after getting involved in an underground fighting ring. Her sister Windsor begins training under a respected ex-fighter as she searches for the killer.


Rob Hawk


Rob Hawk





Cast overview, first billed only:
Susie Celek Susie Celek ... Windsor
Miesha Tate ... Jabs
Erin O'Brien ... Duke
Kari J. Kramer Kari J. Kramer ... Yanni
Cabrina Collesides ... Jamie
Chelsea Durkalec ... Tori Coro
Jefferson Sanders Jefferson Sanders ... Stakes
Ivy Lashawn Coleman Ivy Lashawn Coleman ... Gracey (as Ivy Coleman)
Steve Downing Steve Downing ... Gamble
Salvatore Franciosa Salvatore Franciosa ... Gino
Bonnie Bruderer Bonnie Bruderer ... Madison Coro
Ariel Gramazio Ariel Gramazio ... Margo
Rashaad Jackson Rashaad Jackson ... Jay Jay (as Rashad Jackson)
Cris Cyborg Cris Cyborg ... Church
Alexandria Williams Alexandria Williams ... Mia


Twenty-two year old Tori Coro gets involved in an underground fighting ring in a rough section of Camden, NJ. When her bruised and beaten body is found abandoned in the woods, rumors begin to swirl that Tori died in Fight Valley, an unofficial neighborhood where fighters go to make money. Tori's sister Windsor moves to town to start her own investigation. Jab's, a respected fighter turned gym owner, agrees to train Windsor as she prepares to come face to face with Tori's killer and fight for justice. Written by Breaking Glass Pictures

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One way in. No way out.


Action | Drama


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Release Date:

22 July 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Vale da Luta See more »


Box Office


$27,000,000 (estimated)
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Cinestyle Media Group See more »
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Did You Know?


The end credits have two "In loving memory" items, written in the first person by the director Rob Hawk - "Mom, dad and my brother Marcus. I will miss you all," - and one of the producers, Salvatore Franciosa - "My brother Rio, you are truly missed and never forgotten." See more »


References Fight Club (1999) See more »


Written by Panagiotakis Sassaris
Performed by Eve to Adam
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Surprisingly... not bad !!
18 August 2016 | by destroyerwodSee all my reviews

So being a Miesha Tate fan, i had to watch this movie. The trailer kinda gave me the vibe of a very cheap indy flick, which it is partly but somehow not bad at all for such thing.

The story is actually interesting, i did get emotionally involved in it, and if you want to see Miesha Tate movie debut, well she does have a real role in this. Holly Holm? Just a cameo, i guess they put her as the focus of the cover box because of her title win, cause really she is just a cameo. Cyborg is not too much in it either, and her acting is not good, i guess this is to expect as English ain't her first language from the start but thankfully since her role is small, it pass fine. Miesha really surprised me, i wouldn't say she put a "great performance" but she wasn't bad at all in her acting part. The other actress goes from decent to not too good, but they are not bad enough to put the movie in danger of looking awful either.

The fights? Well i have read lots of reactions to them and i would say this... They are "passable" if i can say. There not very long, there basics, they do there job OK to advance the plot, but clearly it show the director and fight choreographer are both very inexperienced in filming such things.

Movies like Never Back Down for example had much much better fights despite involving actors who are not really fighters. But as weird as it may sound, i had a feeling the fights where not the primary aspect of this movie, it was the plot and how it unfold, and the emotions involved, which surprisingly i got into.

So ... maybe its because i had very low expectation but i was pleased with my VOD rental... I would say if you treat this movie as an indy low budget film, it does a decent job. Forget about the 27 million budget on IMDb page, whoever put this is bogus... If the budget was 1 million i would be surprised... There is nothing costly in this movie beside maybe Miesha Tates pay check lol.

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