The movie follows the path of the usual underdog story. The green screen effects seem very off often. The movie does not not make any new innovations in "the underdog plot" causing it to become very stale and predictable. The only person in this movie who is entertaining is Jonathan Good who acts with a lot of conviction. The fight scenes however are also a big plus as they are very well choreographed. Overall, an inoffensive film with a pro-wrestler as it's best actor (no wonder).
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